Dried fruits are the best source of fiber. Almonds and chickpeas are the most notable examples. In addition to wheat, rice, corn, and millet, all kinds of pulses, vegetables, fruits, and peanuts are also high in fiber. These dried fruits provide energy to the body. The health of red blood cells in human organs depends on mental health and nervous energy.
The benefits of dried fruits are listed below so that readers can benefit from them.
It is an excellent nutritious fruit. It is eaten in any form in any season. In Eastern cuisine, it is especially included in sweet dishes (kheer, halwa jat) along with korma.
The nutritional value of almonds is that it lowers cholesterol and contains a special ingredient called lecithin.
According to a study conducted in Japan, its regular use enhances human memory and mental health, and intelligence. It is extremely useful in Parkinson’s disease. Such a porridge can be prepared for breakfast. Eat a couple of almonds in between meals.
It is a fruit that contains unsaturated fatty acids.
It is also the best friend of the heart. It keeps the blood flowing. It prevents heart diseases. Smooths blood pressure levels. Maintains reproductive health. Its use also lowers bad cholesterol levels in the blood. 100 grams of pistachios contain 50 milligrams of dietary fat. Lysine is an important ingredient in this fruit. Protects against the virus that can cause blisters and chapped lips.
In addition, it provides energy to the limbs.
The structure of the walnut, like the inner image of the human brain, makes one think of its undoubted nutritional value. It contains omega-6 fatty acids and polyphenolic compounds. They act as antioxidants for brain cells. Great breakfast for lazy kids.
Health-conscious people around the world choose instant pulses that are made from dried fruits. These pulses, which include wheat, corn, and corn, are available in the canned form with fruits. Make fresh porridge and you can still mix fruits.
Like grapes, this fruit contains Resveratrol. It is also known for its antioxidant effect and protects the body from various heart diseases and cancer.
It contains protein, fatty acids, vitamin E, various minerals like magnesium, selenium, potassium, folic acid, and dietary fiber. Peanuts are also rich in saturated fatty acids which have beneficial effects on the body. According to the daily consumption of 28 grams of peanuts reduces the risk of heart and heart-related diseases by 35 to 40 percent.
It is a low priced fruit compared to other fruits. This is one of the reasons why it is used more in poor and low-income families.
Fresh grapes have the same benefits as other fruits when they are dry. They are green and purple. Raisins are also used in sweet foods. It is useful to use it in various breakfasts.
Resveratrol in it protects the body against heart ailments, depression, and bowel cancer. It is also useful in case of constipation. It is also a suitable choice for depression and depression.
Although it is the most expensive fruit and sells for up to three thousand rupees a kg when our country is cultivated and a full crop is ready, we are deprived of it, otherwise, it is exported and earns a lot of foreign exchange. They show their spring in the hilly areas, especially in Chitral, Gilgit, and nearby places.
They are in a shell-like a coconut which, if opened or broken, comes out in the form of petals like flowers. They are kept in a certain way for ten days. Then they are taught for a month. Then there is the form that is available in the markets. It is roasted and delivered to traders. The importance of chickpeas increases in severely cold weather. Its effect is hot. Good fruit for the muscles and heart of the body. It naturally increases female hormones. One ounce of chickpeas contains 3 milligrams of iron. It is an important component of red particles. Which provides oxygen to the body.