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Nutrition facts of Dry Fruits

Almonds
Almonds
Consumers have new reasons to enjoy almonds as researchers have recently announced that nuts not only taste good, but they're also good for you. Almonds are low in saturated fat and contain many other protective nutrients - calcium and magnesium - for strong bones, vitamin E and compounds called phytochemicals, which may help protect against cardiovascular disease and even cancer.


Walnuts
Walnuts
Walnut is oil-rich food, which is a great source of all important omega-3 fatty acids. Walnut is an excellent source of manganese and copper. They also contain very good levels of magnesium and phosphorous. Good levels of zinc, iron, calcium and selenium can also be found in walnut. They also contain traces of iodine. Walnuts are low in sodium.


Pista
Pista
Pistachios are rich in potassium (helps regulate the body's fluid balance), phosphorus (helps build bones and teeth) and magnesium (important element in the conversion of the body's energy), and are also a good source of vitamin B6 (aids protein metabolism and absorption) and thiamine (enhances energy and promotes normal appetite).


Cashewnuts
Cashewnuts
It is having a balanced nutritive profile. The nutritive values present in Cashew Kernels are Protein, fats, Carbohydrates & vitamins. It is a source of minerals like Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Potassium, Sodium, Iron and other minerals, which helps prevent anaemic and nervous ailments. So, with the right knowledge it is easy to figure out that the Cashew Kernel does wonders to the human constitution.


FIGS
FIGS
Figs are high in natural and simple sugars, minerals and fibre. They contain good levels of potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, copper and manganese. They are one of the highest plant sources of calcium and fiber. Dried figs are richest in fiber, copper, manganese, magnesium, potassium, calcium, and vitamin K, relative to human needs.


PRUNES
PRUNES
The high levels of fibre in prunes and the resulting laxative effects are well documented but the humble prune is also packed full of essential minerals andantioxidants. Prunes are particularly beneficial to the skin both in terms of preventing aging and general healthiness. Prunes are actually the dried version of European plums and recently had its name officially changed to dried plum.


Apricots
Apricots
Regarded as a nutritious and a tonic food, apricot is one of the most important fruits which enjoys world-wide popularity. Apricot is somewhat acid in its raw state but its acidity decreases and sugar content increases as it starts ripening. They are an excellent source of beta-carotene which is useful in treating skin related problems and dried apricots are a good source of iron and potassium.


Cranberries
Cranberries
Health Benefits of Cranberries:
Improve the body's circulatory system.
A daily glass of cranberry juice will treat diseases like cystitis.
Asthma Attack
To overcome an asthma attack, cranberries can be used. Crush the berries, boil it in distilled water and skin.


Pine Nuts
Pine Nuts
Pine Nut - Picked off the pinecone
Pine nut is actually a seed produced by a certain variety of pine tree. They are tiny, but do not underestimate its goodness. Pine nuts are an excellent source of iron, manganese, copper, magnesium & high monounsaturated fat, which keeps the cardiovascular system healthy. The oil extracted from pine nuts is precious and useful for health benefits.


Raisins
Raisins
Give relax in fatigue.Useful in burning faint, sensation, asthma, constipation, cough, T.B., urine problem.
Health Benefits
Raisins are nature's original candy - and one of the world's most nutritious dried fruits.


Amla
Amla
Amla is the most potent natural source of Vitamin C. In fact, this tiny fruit has as much Vitamin C as two oranges. Vitamin C, when taken in the form of supplements, is not always easily absorbed. But when you eat an amla berry, the Vitamin C present is easily assimilated by body. So the next time you think of reaching for a supplement, think again and reach for an amla berry instead.

Saffron
Saffron
Saffron is a spice obtained from the stigmas of the flower of Crocus sativus Linnaeus, commonly known as Rose of Saffron.
A therapeutic plant, saffron is considered as an antispasmodic, which helps in digestion & increases appetite. In the past saffron has been used as a drug to cure infections like flu, depression and as a sedative.


Dates
Dates
Dates are cholesterol free as well as fat free and are a very important source of energy and food. Dates, when soaked in water and eaten can be useful to build up the heart. Chuara is also used in combination with betel nets in popular supari brands.


Monacca / Raisins Health Benefits
Monacca / Raisins Health Benefits
Constipation: When ingested, raisins swell as the fiber present in them in dried form absorbs water. This helps giving relief in constipation.

Weight Gain: Red Raisins / Monacca , like all dry fruits, are very good for gaining weight, as they are full of fructose and glucose and give a lot of energy.


Hazelnuts
Hazelnuts

Although small in size, hazelnuts pack a large amount of valuable nutrients. The small snack nut provides multiple health benefits and disease reducing incentives with every serving that you consume.



Blueberry
Blueberry

Blue Berries, being very rich in anti oxidants like Anthocyanin, vitamin C, B complex, vitamin E, vitamin A, copper

 




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