Yes. Almonds will help your digestive system because of its high magnesium (about 76.5 mg per ounce) and fiber content (about 3 grams per ounce).
Almonds also have prebiotic effects and significantly increase Bifidobacteria and Lactobacillus in the gut after eating them for around 6 weeks.
High in fiber
This amount of fiber is about %12 of the daily need (for a 2000 calorie diet) and will make your digestive system happy, which means that it will be able to absorb more of the nutrients in the rest of the food you eat and in turn, your body will use this food more efficiently.
In fact, almond's high fiber content makes almond nuts a great food for diabetics. If you have diabetes and your body doesn’t use carbs well, you may be prone to digestive problems, like constipation. Eating high-fiber foods like almonds will help your body better process the carbs you eat and keep your blood sugar levels under control.
High in magnesium
This amount of magnesium (76.5 mg) in an ounce of almond is about %20 of the daily need, which will help your digestive system because magnesium is needed for both the contraction and relaxation of muscles, the contraction of your intestinal tract, regulation other important chemicals in your body (such as calcium, copper, potassium, zinc, vitamin D) and the proper breakdown of food.