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Almonds and Skin Health Webinar


What:  A pilot study by the University of California-Davis (US) investigated the impact of daily almond snacking on facial wrinkles in healthy, postmenopausal women. The promising findings have already inspired additional research to learn more about almonds and healthy skin.1  

Why Almonds? For consumers seeking a natural approach to health and well-being, almonds are appealing due to their overall healthy nutrient package, including essential fatty acids, polyphenols and antioxidant vitamin E. The vitamin E in almonds is alpha-tocopherol, which is the only form that is recognized to meet human requirements2.

To learn more about this promising new study, click here.


For a more in-depth review of the methodology and results of this pilot study, listen to a webinar here.

1 Foolad N, Vaughn AR, Rybak I, Burney WA, Chodur GM, Newman JW, Steinberg FM, Sivamani RK. Prospective randomized controlled pilot study on the effects of almond consumption on skin lipids and wrinkles. Phytotherapy Research. 2019;1–6.

2 US Department of Health & Human Services, Vitamin E Fact Sheet for Health Professionals: