With the onset of winter, the spring of dried fruits begins to appear in the shops. In the cold season, dried fruits are an invaluable gift of nature and have many health benefits as well as good taste. Pistachios, almonds, walnuts, cashews, peanuts, and raisins make your mouth water, but when you hear about their prices, you make a shocking surprise.
Dried fruits eaten in winter contain all the essential nutrients needed for energy and fresh blood in the body, but due to high prices, dried fruits are out of reach of citizens. According to doctors, what is eaten in winter affects the body because the digestive system speeds up in this season and the heart wants to work harder than summer, but if the days are short and the nights are long then these long nights Dried fruits are a great companion for living. Dried fruits can act as a strong shield against various diseases. Dried fruits also play an important role in raising the body temperature and protecting against the harmful effects of winter.
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Dried fruits used in moderation make the human body strong and energetic
Due to their nutritional value, physicians also call them “natural capsules” and often refer to them as nuts. One hundred grams of walnut kernels contains 2.1 milligrams of steel and 656 calories, according to health experts. Its roasted greens are very useful for relieving winter cough. It is considered to be very beneficial for mental strength. Its use strengthens the brain. Eating walnuts in moderation and using walnuts with raisins can cause blisters in the mouth and sore throat. The use of this oil helps in reducing stress and fatigue. The use of walnuts and their oil proves to be very useful for the peace of mind of those who work hard. According to experts, the use of walnuts is also very useful in controlling blood pressure and preventing heart disease.
Almonds are very popular among dried fruits. Almonds have been known for centuries to be very useful for memory, brain, and eyesight. In addition to vitamin A and vitamin B, it also contains fats and starches. It strengthens the nerves and relieves constipation. Its use is considered essential for those who work mentally. According to nutritionists, 100 grams of almonds contain 254 mg of calcium, 2.4 mg of steel, 475 mg of phosphorus, and 597 calories.
Almonds are generally thought to be high in fat, which is harmful to human health, especially for people with heart disease. However, several studies have shown that almonds lower blood cholesterol levels. Thus, its use can be beneficial in heart ailments and also reduce the chances of suffering from heart disease. It is rich in protein and other minerals like fiber, calcium, magnesium, potassium, vitamin E, and other antioxidants.
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Sesame is also one of the special gifts of winter
Adults or children who have frequent urinary incontinence and the elderly are annoyed by its excess in winter, or children who wet the bed in their sleep should be fed sesame seeds. In winter, the bladder of old people and children becomes weak. Sesame seeds are the best food and medicine to get rid of this complaint. It eliminates the complaint of frequent urination.
In addition, they generate heat in the body. Very useful for the elderly who feel very cold. Chickpeas also strengthen the kidneys, bladder, and liver. Eating it in winter fills the body with heat. Chickpeas should be eaten after meals. If they are eaten before meals, then the appetite disappears. Eating chickpeas increases “memory cells” ie improves memory.
In addition, raisins, which are dried grapes, are made from small grapes, raisins, and large grapes. Raisins and mangoes are the best remedies for constipation. These fluids are good for coughs and are a great source of energy. According to nutritionists, one hundred grams of raisins contains 275 mg of potassium and 1.3 mg of steel. Raisins are very useful in the treatment of bone loss.
Peanuts are the cheapest fruit in the hurdle and dried fruits
One of the characteristics of this fruit is that it contains a lot of oil, but interestingly, the oil or fat present in peanuts does not raise the body’s cholesterol. In addition to vitamin B1, it also contains calcium and phosphorus. Peanuts are on par with walnuts in nutrition. Eating peanuts in winter has its taste.
Peanuts naturally contain antioxidants that are even more nutritious than apples, carrots, and beets, which are very useful for bodybuilders, including underweight people. Not only this, with the help of this medicine you can get rid of many diseases. Vitamin E found in peanuts has a strong ability to fight cancer, while the natural steel in it also plays an important role in the formation of new blood cells.
Pistachios are also counted in the nuts, they also generate heat in the body while it is also useful for memory, heart, stomach, and brain. With regular use, the body becomes solid and heavy. Pistachio kernels are also useful in winter cough and keep mucus out of the lungs. Pistachios also contain significant amounts of calcium, potassium, and vitamins. Pistachios reduce the amount of cholesterol in the blood by entering the blood. In addition, the harmful elements in the blood also help to eliminate lutein. A recent study found that eating all kinds of pistachios daily reduced the risk of lung and other cancers.
Cashews have a very pleasant taste in dried fruits. It contains a lot of zinc, due to which its use increases the ability to produce children. Cashew nuts can play an important role in the treatment of diabetes.
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Experts say that cashew nuts contain natural ingredients that are capable of absorbing insulin from the blood into muscle cells. According to experts, cashews contain “active compounds” that play a vital role in preventing the development of diabetes. Regular consumption of cashew nuts is very beneficial for diabetics, since the taste of dried fruits in the dry season is an invaluable blessing of divine power, we should use these blessings in moderation.
The writer is currently doing the job as an Administrator in the Federal Board of Revenue, Islamabad. The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect the editorial policy of Global Village Space.