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🥜 Why Soaked Almonds & Nuts, Are Much Healthier Than Raw Ones

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Help Me, Help YOU… Get Healthier, Faster! 👉👉 http://drsam.co/yt/Fill-The-Survey Or watch The Shocking Difference Between White & Brown Eggs: 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJiqYbHU5Ks #health ==================================== 🥜Why Soaked Almonds & Nuts, Are Much Healthier Than Raw Ones ==================================== Growing up, when I would visit my grandparents home, I would always see soaked almonds in water. I asked them why do they soak them and they said, “so you can peel the skin”. I then asked, “why do you want to peel the skin?” and their response was “because it’s healthier for you, it’s easier to digest”. It didn’t make sense to me at the time. But they were right, the digestion was easier. However, I would still consume raw almonds that were not soaked because it was just easier and faster. But, I was “young and dumb” and later research clearly shows that soaked almonds and nuts, are healthier for you. This is because the brown peel of almonds contains tannin which inhibits nutrient absorption. Once you soak almonds the peel comes off easily and allows the nut to release all nutrients easily. Additionally, nuts in general have phytic acid, which is also found in grains and legumes. Just as with grains and legumes, soaking nuts is essential for proper digestions. When eating nuts that haven’t been soaked, the phytic acid binds to minerals in the gastrointestinal tract and can not be absorbed in the intestine, which can lead to mineral deficiencies. By soaking, you are breaking down the phytic acid so it can be absorbed properly. In fact, many of the older cultures - Middle Eastern, Greek and Asians will regularly soak grains, nuts and legumes in water, overnight. They figured this out thousands of years ago and modern science has confirmed the benefits. Nuts also have high amounts of enzymes inhibitors. This is another reason why un soaked nuts are hard to digest. Soaking nuts can neutralize the enzymes allowing for proper digestion. How To Soak Nuts It’s really very simple. Just put your raw almonds in a bowel. Pour water on them till the almonds are covered. And you can add in some salt to the water, which will help neutralize the enzymes. Do this overnight or at least 8 hours. Then just peel the skin with your fingernails and enjoy. And you can do this with other nuts -- pecans, walnuts and hazelnuts. You can just leave the nuts in the water for a couple of days. Then just replace the old salt water with a fresh one every 2-3 days. The end results is better absorption of all nutrients, and improved digestion as well. ========================================­ Thank you for watching. Please feel free to comment, like or share with your friends. Subscribe to Dr.Sam Robbins's official Youtube channel http://drsam.co/yt/subscribe Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrSamRobbins ======================================== Thanks DrSamRobbins
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Great info about the salt. Thanks👍
Dr Sam Robbins (6 days ago)
you're welcome.. and please share it with a friend!
Azmarie Akhter (3 days ago)
Dear sir, It's useful to see this video!
Solomon Laine (4 days ago)
Thank you! for the amazing! video Dr. Sam. 👍.
Vikram Aditya (5 days ago)
As always again a great video.
Dr Sam Robbins (5 days ago)
thanks Vikram
Coal Younger (5 days ago)
I will definitely implement this in my food routine! Thanks!
Mick Markwick (5 days ago)
Thank you! for the amazing! video Dr Sam..
same name (5 days ago)
I'll share this and thsnkyou♡
Great info thanks doc!
Snips (6 days ago)
face reveal?
Dr Sam Robbins (5 days ago)
in a week or two, it will be here
Dimitrelos300 (6 days ago)
Will the face reveal be uploaded to this channel?
Dr Sam Robbins (5 days ago)
yes, it's in progress
Rodney Joseph (6 days ago)
Thank you for the information Dr. Sam I'm going to put some to soak shortly
Victor Ortega (6 days ago)
Cool advice. Im going to try it ou
Raghav Kapoor (6 days ago)
Thanks for the great information sir...would like to know the best carbohydrate foods in the coming video
Dr Sam Robbins (6 days ago)
I'll see when I can do a video about that.

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