Many people out there have several myths regarding Dry fruits. Many of them think dry fruits are not healthy due to their long preservation process as salt and sugar required for the process which is not healthy on the other side many think it lead to weight gain and associated diseases.

“As it’s a common saying everything should be done in limit, limit has no disadvantages.”

Today by this blog many surprising facts regarding dry fruits will be out and intake of dry fruits will be no more a confusion.

Dry fruits are great source of proteins, vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber and an ideal substitute for high-calorie snacks.

Dried fruits include almonds, cashew, raisins, walnuts, apricots, date palms, pistachios etc.

Dry fruits like apricots, raisins, prunes and figs contain high amounts of beta carotene, vitamin E, niacin, iron, magnesium, potassium and calcium.

Dry fruits have various health benefits right from skin, hair, bones, hemoglobin, weight loss, weight gain benefits to medicinal benefits so it gives you every reason to include them in your diet as it supports overall health and body of human being.

Key benefits:

Keep Heart Diseases at Bay

Prevent Anemia

Maintain Cholesterol

Improve Hemoglobin Levels

Beneficial for Crucial Body Organs

Let’s study some common Dry fruits.

  1. Almonds:

Almonds are great source of anti-oxidant and have zero cholesterol level. It’s a healthy snack and has great benefits for skin, teeth and hairs. It provides relieve from constipation and heart associated diseases.

  1. Walnuts:

Walnuts are extremely nutritious. They are rich source of omega 3 fatty acids and loaded with vitamins, minerals, proteins, dietary fibers, etc. They are great source for weight loss.

  1. Cashew:

They are rich in vitamin E & B6. It can be used in dishes such as in pulao or as curry paste to enhance the flavor. Authentically, used in desserts such as halwa, kheer and other traditional sweets.

  1. Raisins:

Raisins have health benefits in digestion and reducing acidity. It is used both sweet and savory food preparations.

  1. Pistachio:

    

Pistachios are good for the heart as they help in lowering bad cholesterol level. They also help prevent diabetes and boost immunity.

  1. Dates:

The dry fruit is rich in vitamins, proteins, minerals and natural sugar and is believed to provide relief from constipation, apart from treating anemia.

  1. Apricots

Provide for 47% of your daily vitamin A needs in a single serving and are a good source of potassium, vitamin E and copper. Dried apricots are good for the skin, eyes and the immune system.

Hope you find this information useful for maintaining your routine life into healthy and active.

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