All nuts are winners, period. That’s because they’re low in carbs, which can help manage blood sugar levels. They’re also rich in heart-healthy fats, which can help cut LDL (bad) cholesterol while increasing HDL (good) cholesterol. And they provide vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant. And when it comes to women’s health, almonds have another notch in their belt: They contain some calcium to help strengthen bones and teeth. Grab a handful of almonds to snack on (pair it with a piece of fresh fruit), or cover them with dark chocolate for a sweet treat (as in this recipe). You can also add sliced almonds to green salads, chicken salad or mix them into yogurt or oatmeal.