Dry fruits contain many nutritional and medicinal values for human health. It also contains a number of digestive enzymes, minerals and vitamins. Most common dry fruits are Nuts, Almonds, Cashew nuts, Walnuts, Raisins, Dried apricots, Pistachios, Prunes, Peanuts, Dates and Coconut. They consist of vitamins like A, B1, B2, B5, B6, B9, C and E. Dry fruits are like a norm in winters. The skin tends to dry out more in winters and the oils in dry fruits prevent skin from drying.
Almond is one of the dry fruit. Almond milk has a great nutritional value for both children and infants. Its milk is great for your skin as it dims pigmentation and enhances fairness. Almonds improve the function of heart and brain and making muscles strong and hair grow fast.
Dates contain a great medicinal value for growing children, young girls and pregnant women. Dates are rick in iron and fiber, boost your immunity and keep the hormonal balance in check. Girls with irregular menstrual cycles can boil two dates in milk with a spoon of honey and drink it warm every day.
Walnuts are good for diabetic and hypertensive patients. It’s include omega-3-fatty acids which reduce the pressure on your heart by supplying regular flow of blood. Mainly it is used for losing weight.
Raisins contain iron. It is dried grapes and used for avoid anemia and underweight. If you or your child is underweight, give him a fistful of raisins every day. People with digestive problems should consume raisins too. Raisins help in constipation.
Cashew nuts hide a rich amount of vitamin B, magnesium, potassium, copper, fiber and protein; cashew nuts protect you from a number of heart problems.