How much quantity of dry fruits
is preferable to eat daily?
1. RAISINS (40-60 Pieces Daily)
Raisins are actually dried grapes. Grapes are dried through various processes like sun drying or using food dehydrators. They can be used as an ingredient in cookies, yogurt, salad topping, granola or can be consumed by soaking them in water and eating them directly. Raisins are rich in fiber, iron, and calcium, and 40-60 raisins are good to add to your daily diet to provide you with an energy booster, and it keeps your hair and skin glowing too.
2. Pistachios (25-30 Pieces Daily)
Pistachios basically belong to the cashew family, and sometimes it’s tough to eat them as they have a tender shell. Anaha Pistachios are handpicked and have a crack in their shell which opens easily to take out the kernels. Pistachios are loaded with nutrients and high in antioxidants. 25-30 pistachios daily can be eaten as a snack, which will help weight loss and promote overall health.
3. Walnuts (3-4 Pieces Daily)
Walnuts have enormous health benefits. They are a good source of omega 3 fat, which prevents heart diseases. Soaking 3-4 walnut kernels overnight and eating them in the morning reduces bad cholesterol levels in the body and provides maximum health benefits as walnuts also support weight control, manages type-2 diabetes and blood pressure.
4. Cashews (4-5 Pieces Daily)
Cashews are rich in protein, fiber, and healthy fats. They are used in various recipes, desserts, can be sprinkled on fruit salad, can be eaten raw or roasted. Cashews are low in sugar and work as an energy booster, promotes immunity, brain health, and bone health.
5. Almonds (4-7 Pieces Daily)
Almonds are not nuts. They are seeds; they can be used as flakes, slivers, butter, milk, oil, flour, etc. 4-7 Almonds should be consumed daily after soaking overnight for best health benefits. They provide massive health benefits as they have high antioxidants, vitamin E, magnesium, fiber, protein, and omega 3. They promote weight management, controls blood sugar levels, etc. Soaked almonds are always a better option than raw almonds because Once you soak almonds, the peel comes off easily and allows the nut to easily release all nutrients.