₹80 – ₹210
Raisins are created by drying grapes, either in the sun or in driers, which turns the grapes into golden, green, or black dried fruit. They are naturally sweet in flavour and are widely used in cuisines around the world, especially in desserts. They can be eaten raw or used in cooking, baking and brewing. Raisins may be tiny in size, but they pack a nutritional punch! They are a valuable source of energy and are used in health tonics and high energy food supplements.
100 grams serving provides-
Energy- 299 Kcal
Carbohydrates 79.18 g
Protein- 3.07 g
Total fat- 0.46 g
Cholesterol- 0 mg
Dietary Fiber- 3.7 g
Vitamin C- 23 mg
Vitamin E- 012 mg
Calcium- 50 mg
Copper- 0.318 mg
Iron- 1.88 mg
Phosphorous- 101 mg
Digestion – Raisins are loaded with fibres, which swell when they absorb water and effectively provide relief from constipation.
Anemia – Raisins are a rich source of iron and copper as well as B complex vitamins which are vital for the formation of red blood cells.
Fever – Raisins are abundant in phenolic phytochemicals, which are known for their germicidal, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties. They can help cure fever by fighting viral and bacterial infections.
Acidity – Raisins contain potassium and magnesium, which help reduce acidity.
Eye Health – The polyphenol and phytonutrients contained in raisins are good for ocular health as they protect your eyes from damage by free radicals
Energy Booster – Being loaded with carbs, particularly natural sugars like fructose and glucose, raisins are a good source of energy.
● Rich in potassium, consuming them regularly prevents the formation as well as recurrence of kidney stones.
● Raisins, when eaten in proportion and combined with physical exercise, can aid in weight loss.
● Raisins contain calcium, which is the main element of our bones. It helps strengthen bones and promotes bone growth
● Iron in raisins is beneficial in treating insomnia as it improves the quality of sleep in an individual.
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