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Black Raisins

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Black Raisins

Black Raisins are also known as dried black grapes. The black raisins are generally used for many Indian desserts and Rice dishes and Kormas. Many Indian cooks prefer to use golden raisins for some Indian sweets. They make a great low-calorie snack and 2 tablespoons of black raisins can be used as one fruit serving. Black raisin, the most popular variety of dried grapes, is widely known for its sugary taste and juicy flavor. But the truth is that this tiny fruit has much more to offer to us. From reducing hair loss, eliminating impurities from the blood, reducing high blood pressure to keeping anemia at bay, black raisins are a wonderful addition to your diet as they contain natural antioxidants and are rich in iron. Include a handful of black raisins in your everyday breakfast for faster results.

Black Raisins Nutrition Facts

One-half cup of raisins has about 217 calories and 47 grams of sugar. Raisins aren’t exactly a low-calorie or low-sugar treat. It’s no wonder they are sometimes referred to as “nature’s candy.” High amounts of sugar and calories are pretty typical of dried fruit, which is why keeping an eye on how many raisins you are eating in one sitting is key. One-half cup of raisins will give you 3.3 grams of fiber, or roughly 10 to 24 percent of your daily needs, depending on your age and gender. Fiber helps aid your digestion by softening and increasing the weight and size of your stool. Bulkier stools are easier to pass and can help prevent constipation. Fiber also helps keep you full for longer because it slows down the emptying of your stomach. If you’re trying to lose weight, eating fibrous foods may help. Raisins are a good source of iron. One-half cup of raisins contains 1.3 milligrams of iron. That’s about 7 percent of the recommended daily amount for most adult females, and 16 percent for adult men. Iron is important for making red blood cells and helping them carry oxygen to the cells of your body. Raisins have about 45 milligrams of calcium per 1/2-cup serving. This translates to about 4 percent of your daily needs. Calcium is essential for healthy and strong bones and teeth. Raisins are an exceptional source of naturally occurring chemicals called phytonutrients, such as phenols and polyphenols. These types of nutrients are considered antioxidants. Antioxidants help remove free radicals from your blood and may prevent damage to your cells and DNA. This can lead to diseases like cancer, heart disease, and stroke.

Black Raisins Benefits

Impurities in the blood result in dry and acne-prone skin. Eating black raisins daily helps in getting rid of toxins, waste materials, and any other impurities from the blood. Furthermore, it contains natural antioxidants, which help in detoxifying the body completely. Black raisins help in blood circulation in the scalp, which in turn stimulates hair follicles and prevents hair loss. Its high vitamin C content provides nourishment to the hair, thus preventing premature greying of hair. Other than potassium, Black raisins also consist of high amounts of calcium, which is good for our bones. Black raisins help keep Low-Density Lipoproteins (LDL) or bad cholesterol in check. Polyphenols present in black raisins help in lowering the levels of cholesterol. Rich in potassium, these fruits help reduce hypertension or high blood pressure. Potassium helps lower the content of sodium in our body, which is one of the main causes of an increased level of high blood pressure. They are also good for the teeth. Because of the presence of phytochemicals it prevents tooth decay and helps fight germs and cavities. It also prevents the growth of a number of bacteria, which results in tooth decay. The high content of iron in these organic fruits also helps keep anemia at bay. Iron raises the content of hemoglobin in the blood, which in turn cures anemia. Benefits of black raisin water like increased blood flow to the uterus and ovaries and a higher rate of intercourse can increase the chances of conceiving in cases of infertility.

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