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Dry Fruits

In my childhood, my mother used to give us soaked almonds. She said they had a high nutritional value, which is good for our health.

Today, dried fruit consumption. is widespread. Nearly half of the dry fruits sold are raisins, followed by dates, prunes, figs, apricots,  peaches, apples, and pears. Usually, these are considered conventional dried fruits—fruits that have been dried in the sun or heated in the heated wind tunnel dryers.They retain most of the nutritional value of fresh fruits.

These fruits are rich in vitamins and proteins. They also boost immunity and prevent lifestyle diseases like diabetes and high cholesterol. They are delicious too. They are an excellent and healthy substitute for daily snacks.

Let’s consider the health benefits of dry fruits.

  • Rich in minerals, proteins fiber, and vitamins 
  • Excellent and healthy substitute for daily snacks.
  • It enhances energy and stamina.
  • Great source of protein and iron especially if you are vegetarian.
  • A diet rich in fibre means better digestion.
  • They are a rich source of calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, etc.
  • will have healthy bones, muscles nerves, teeth, and skin
  • It acts as a safeguard against anemia, heart diseases, and high cholesterol, building up a strong immune system.

Conclusion:

Not all dried fruits are superfoods, and neither is uncontrolled consumption of them good for health. To meet one’s daily needs, a handful of dry fruits per day is more than enough.To avoid nonorganic dry fruits ensure that one only purchases natural and organic produce of dry fruits.