Almonds are one of the most popular tree nuts.
They are highly nutritious and offer numerous health benefits.
But can you eat almonds in piles as well? 🤔
In this article, I will explain this to you with scientific evidence.
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Almonds in Piles: Good or Bad?
Almonds are good in piles or hemorrhoids.
Because they contain fiber and polyphenol.  
The fiber content helps normalize your bowel movement and maintain gut health. 
The polyphenol present in the almond skin is a powerful antioxidant.
It helps protect against oxidative stress, which can damage molecules in your cells and contribute to inflammation, aging, and diseases like cancer. 
However, chew your almonds thoroughly for better digestion. 🙂
Can I eat almonds in piles?
Yes. You can eat almonds in piles. Because almonds contain fiber and polyphenols, which is good in piles. But chew your foods thoroughly and keep the portion size in control.
Do almonds cause piles?
No. If you eat almonds in moderation, it doesn’t cause piles. However, chew your almonds thoroughly for better digestion.
The Final Word
You may feel discomfort and sharp pain while sitting in piles.
Choose your foods carefully while you’re suffering from piles to help the healing process. And yes, you can eat almonds in piles. 😃
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Following are the references of this article.
- FoodData Central (USDA): Nuts, almonds. Accessed 15 January 2022[↩]
- PubMed: Polyphenols and antioxidant properties of almond skins: influence of industrial processing. Accessed 15 January 2022[↩]
- PubMed: Health benefits of dietary fiber. Accessed 15 January 2022[↩]
- PubMed: Oxidative Stress and Inflammation: What Polyphenols Can Do for Us? Accessed 15 January 2022[↩]