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Say Hello To Good Health With Dry Fruits And Saffron By Sublime House Of Tea

Say Hello To Good Health With Dry Fruits And Saffron By Sublime House Of Tea

Apr 27, 2022

Sublime House of Tea

Dry fruits and saffron have always been advised to be eaten before breakfast or anytime during the day to maintain a healthy body & mind. And, all of these claims are true as they are a powerhouse of nutrients and are called superfoods. They are loaded with vitamins, minerals, fiber and protein and are a great source of antioxidants. They are a healthier snack alternative and keeps you full even with a handful. Check out the six dry fruits that you need to add to your dirt today and the reasons why.

A tip: Mix these dry-fruits together and store them in a jar or container for consumption as a midday snack. 

Almonds


 Almonds are something that we all have at some point been forced to eat, every morning, before breakfast. Little did we know the immense benefits this little nut contains and now is classified as a superfood. Almonds are a great source of fiber and aids in improving digestion. It is said that eating a handful of almonds everyday can keep your gastrointestinal tract active and prevent constipation. Almonds also can help promote healthy bacteria in your gut which helps you digest your food and even ward off illness. Almonds also support glowing skin by giving your body a punch of vitamins A and E. It not only helps the skin but also keeps the heart healthy & strong. These super nuts are power packed with not just healthy fats and protein, but they’re also rich in antioxidants. So, remember to have a handful of almonds everyday for a healthy body & mind!

Walnuts

Walnuts, a dry fruit that we all enjoy in our brownies and other desserts, have immense health benefits and are great for your hair and skin. Walnuts are often referred to as “brain food” owing not only to its shape but also due to its ability to improve brain function. They are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and other antioxidants which helps in keeping the body strong and even helps fight cancer. They also are high in fiber which makes it a great mid-day snack to keep those unhealthy cravings at bay. They are very rich in protein and help in healthy weight loss. Walnuts help with the increased absorption of calcium in the body.  This nut has immense health benefits & will help you build your metabolism too!

Cashews

Cashews, the most versatile dry fruit that find its place in curries, desserts, stir fry & as a snack in itself. They are even transformed into vegan curd, milk and ice cream. Cashews may be generally high in calories but they are also power packed nutrients, vitamins and minerals that are vital for general health. Cashews contain heart-healthy monounsaturated fats that are essential in maintaining healthy levels of cholesterol. Cashews are an excellent vegetarian source of copper, providing more of the mineral than most other non-meat sources. Cashews provide an excellent source of protein and always stand out due to their balanced nutritional value. Cashews contain both vitamin E & vitamin K that helps your body fight off oxidative damage and is also rich in antioxidants. Adding cashews in your diet is a start to a healthier life, right?

Pistachios

 

The nut that elevates any dessert’s flavor & is loved in India and abroad like – Pistachios are a crowd favorite. No one stops at once and it’s amazing as it is power packed with health benefits. It is a great alternative to unhealthy snacks as it is rich in fiber & keeps your stomach full with a handful. As they are rich in fiber and protein, eating pistachios keeps one satiated, reducing the overall calorie intake and controlling unwanted hunger pangs. They are a great source of antioxidants such as lutein, zeaxanthin that protect eyes from damage caused by age-related macular degeneration and promote vision. They also help in supplying  a daily dose of vital nutrients that are essential for women during pregnancy. Packed with vitamins such as B6, A, C and K that helps in maintaining healthy blood levels, and promoting healthy growth and development of the fetus. They also serve as a filling and wholesome snack for breastfeeding mothers and keeps them energetic and healthy.

Figs

 

Popularly known as nature’s candy, figs are naturally sweet. They are often used in desserts and as a natural sweetener too. Figs are a powerhouse of antioxidant flavonoids which helps build your immune system and keeps radicals at bay. Dried figs are super-rich in minerals like calcium, iron, magnesium, copper, potassium, selenium and zinc. While Potassium aids in balancing the body fluids that regulate blood pressure and heart rate, iron is a vital mineral essential for the formation of red blood cells and overall health. As it is loaded with potassium, dried figs help in regulating high blood pressure. Dried Figs are widely known for its ability to replenish and soothe the intestines. It acts as a natural laxative as it is loaded with a good amount of soluble fiber. So, adding figs to your diet keeps your gut and body happy!

Raisins

 Raisins, the most loved dry fruit, among both adults and kids alike, are loaded with health benefits. Raisins are an exceptional source of naturally occurring chemicals called phytonutrients, such as phenols and polyphenols. Raisins contain substantial amounts of beneficial minerals, such as iron, copper, magnesium, and potassium and help balance acidity levels in your gut. They are an excellent source of prebiotics, which improve overall gut health.The high fiber levels also makes it a natural laxative. So, adding raisins to your daily diet helps you stay healthy and keeps unhealthy cravings away!

Saffron

 Saffron is rich in plant compounds that act as antioxidants, such as crocin, crocetin, safranal, and kaempferol. Saffron is nicknamed the “sunshine spice.” That’s not just due to its distinct color, but also because it may help brighten your mood. Studies suggest that saffron supplements were significantly more effective than placebos at treating symptoms of mild-to-moderate depression.  Both the saffron petals and thread-like stigma appear to be effective against mild-to-moderate depression. Saffron is high in antioxidants, which help neutralize harmful free radicals. Free radical damage has been linked to chronic diseases, such as cancer. Both eating and smelling saffron appears to help treat PMS symptoms, such as irritability, headaches, cravings, pain, and anxiety. Saffron has been shown to reduce snacking and curb your appetite as theories suggest that it elevates your mood, which in turn reduces your desire to snack. Saffron has been linked to several other potential health benefits, such as improved heart disease risk, blood sugar levels, eyesight, and memory.

Dates

Dates are basically tropical fruits that are grown on date palm trees. It’s scientifically known as Phoenix Dactylifera and is one of the healthiest fruits in the world. Dates are categorized as dry fruits and have been an important part of West Asian heritage. Dates have high natural sugar content. The dry fruit version of dates is richer in calories than the fresh fruit. The high-calorie content in dates has led to their popularity as they provide energy throughout the day.  The high nutrient content of the fruit contributes to its highly beneficial properties. The need for a comprehensive fruit diet cannot be fulfilled without the inclusion of dates. They are packed with a lot of essential vitamins and other nutrients that can be extremely helpful to your overall health. Dates are also rich in fiber and carbs which without a doubt makes it one of the healthiest dry fruits. The fiber content in dates is extremely high, this can be highly beneficial to people who are suffering from health issues caused due to irregular bowel movements. Dates are known for their high concentration of antioxidants. When compared to other dried fruits in the same category, dates tops the chart with the highest concentration of antioxidants. Compounds in dates known as phenolics and flavonoids are effective in reducing inflammation within the body. The nutrients present in dates are also helpful in preventing faster aging and helps you look young for a longer period of time. Dates are also useful in maintaining a healthy balance of melanin in your skin by reducing the chances of it being deposited in various locations. In some studies, consuming dates regularly as compared with taking iron supplements as a treatment for anemia.

Get a wide range of naturally processed and organic dry fruits and Kashmiri saffron on Sublime House Of Tea’s website or any of the stores in the city – Bangalore. Say hello to good health with Sublime.