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  1. Almonds(Badam) 100g

    Almonds are the seeds of the fruits cultivated from the almond tree.Sweet almonds are edible, while bitter ones are used for making oil, a common oil that is used to add flavor to the food.
  2. Cashew Nut 100g

    Cashews are super nuts belonging to the family of Anacardiaceae, which includes mangoes and pistachios.Cashews are very nutritious and are a powerhouse of proteins and essential minerals including copper, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, and zinc. Sodium is also present in very small quantities.
  3. Dates 100g

    Dates are a good source of various vitamins and minerals. It’s also a good source of energy, sugar, and fiber. Essential minerals such as calcium, iron, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, magnesium, and zinc can be found in them. They also contain vitamins such as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, vitamin A, and vitamin K.
  4. Dried Apricots 100g

    As the name implies, dried apricots are a dried form of the apricot fruit, once they are dehydrated. Fresh apricots are great sources of nutrients
  5. Dried Kiwi 100g

    Although it is small, one kiwi contains more vitamin C than three oranges. The exact amount in a serving of dried kiwi depends of the variety of the fruit used, according to The Natural Food Hub, but because the nutritional properties of dried kiwi are concentrated, dried kiwi always has more vitamin C per gram than it had before it was dehydrated.
  6. Dried Mango 100g

    One-third of a cup of dried mango contains 40 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams from dietary fiber and 32 grams from sugar. The sugar in mango fuels your day-to-day functioning and serves as a preferred source of energy for your brain, while its fiber content supports your digestive tract. Avoid brands that coat the mango in additional sugar, which adds even more calories. If you are a diabetic or have trouble controlling your blood sugar, dried mango is not a healthy choice because of the high sugar content.
  7. Dried Orange 100g

    Dried Oranges Are Simply Wonderful To Snack On Or To Add To Beverages Such As Tea. They Have A Unique And Pleasing Citrus Taste. Glazed diced orange peel is ideal for baking fruitcake and other treats. Try these moist and sugary glazed orange peels in muffins, scones, cakes, biscuits, and other baked goods.
  8. Dried Papaya 100g

    Papaya is a tropical fruit. It belongs to the group of melons. Usually, papaya can be eaten both-raw and ripe. When it is raw, it is green in colour. You can make curries and various sweet dishes with raw papaya. The ripe papaya is yellowish orange in colour. You can eat it as it is. When the fruit is ripe it becomes fleshier, juicy and tastes sweet. If you are thinking to make a fruit salad or a papaya smoothie, ripe papaya can serve you wonderful taste.
  9. Dried Pineapple 100g

    Water-soluble vitamins, such as vitamin C, deteriorate rapidly, as do minerals like potassium and calcium, which tend to drop by at least 50 percent. Dried pineapple holds onto its sugar content, however, and is two to three times higher in calories than raw pineapple.
  10. Dried Plum 100g

    Dried plums contain quite a bit of fiber – 12.4 grams per 1-cup serving. Eating them has long been a home remedy for constipation because of the fiber content. Some people opt to use psyllium to relieve constipation instead because dosages can be carefully controlled. However, research published in a 2011 issue of “Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics” indicates that dried plums are more effective than psyllium fiber. Patients with chronic constipation experienced better constipation relief from a 1/2-cup of dried plums daily than from psyllium over an 8-week period.
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