Yellow raisins or Golden raisins also referred to as Sultana raisins known to be nutritious and calorie dense originated in the Middle East. Raisin comes from the Latin word ‘racemus’ known as ‘kishmish’ in India. It is a great source of potassium, antioxidants, including polyphenols. Sultanas are typically coated in an oil-based solution prior to speed up the drying process. Some are made without the drying solution. These grapes take up to three weeks to get dried. They are often referred to as “natural” sultanas. Ski wings are packed without any preservatives and artificial colouring. We provide you with its original pure, natural form to retain its fresh nutrients, despite their small size,
Sultanas are typically smaller than raisins and are sweeter, juicer and lighter in colour. It can be incorporated with savoury dishes, salads, oatmeal, muffins, baked foods and so on as it acts as a natural sweetener.
Antioxidant helps to protect cells from the harmful damage caused by free radicals, and oxidative stress. It prevents spontaneous growth of cancer cells. Besides increment in antioxidant levels, addition of raisins to the diet also lowers cellular damage and ward off cancer. It may also act to reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. The high phenol colic phytonutrients and catechins components aids in inflammation and many other diseases. Raisin ensures your body getting enough potassium that can lower your risk of heart disease by reducing blood pressure, blood sugar and lowers the chances of stroke. Potassium is a crucial mineral for proper functioning of tissues, cells and organs in the human body. The fibre in raisin lowers your LDL (bad) cholesterol.
Raisins encompass calcium which is essential for bone health. It is the main source of boron required by the body in small amount. This mineral helps maintain good bone and joint health. It aids in formation of bones and calcium absorption. It strengthens bones and lower the chances of osteoporosis caused due to menopause helps in healing wounds.
Raisin aids in gum health by reversing cavities and heals tooth decay. It is beneficial in maintaining oral health. It possesses antimicrobial phytochemicals suppressing the growth of oral bacteria. Calcium content in raisin strength the enamel and also fights against brittleness and cavities. The germicidal properties and high content of vitamin C promotes skin health. It purifies the blood and assists in maintaining youthful, glowing and clear skin by preventing conditions like acne and psoriasis as well. It rejuvenates the skin and prevents damage. The best way to consume these delicious dry fruit is by soaking them in water and eating them directly. Raisins are regarded to be rich in both soluble and insoluble fibre that aids in digestive health and prevents stomach issues such as diarrhoea and constipation. It also contains tartaric acid. This Protein in raisin improves intestinal function. It helps to regulate the balance of bacteria in your gut.
Arginine, an amino acid in raisin acts as a natural aphrodisiac that promote levels of sperm motility. Raisins help to stimulate libido and promote arousal due to L-arginine lowering the symptoms of reduced sperm motility and helps men suffering from erectile dysfunction. That it enhances the chances of conception when engaged in intercourse and promotes fertility.
Consumption of raisins before sleep helps in the reduction of frequent night time urination that helps to avoid suffering from sleepless nights. To have sound sleeps have some raisins before bedtime and avoid troubles of insomnia and inadequate sleep.
Note: Although they can be a healthy choice, dried fruit is high in sugar and calories it can be easy snack that leads to overeating. For this reason, dried fruit should only be taken in small amounts, preferably along with other nutritious foods such as nuts, seeds or yogurt. As some manufactures use sulphur dioxide as a preservative it may lead to symptoms such as stomach cramps, skin rashes and asthma attacks for some individuals who are sensitive to sulphur dioxide.(check the label for the preservative)
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