Raisin and its unique properties
Dried grapes that all known as raisins, have been created centuries ago. Raisins were produced in Iran and Egypt in 2000 BC, and has many properties that we mention here some of them:
- Raisin is a dried and nutritious fruit and are found throughout the year, like other dried fruits.
- Raisin is a high-energy, low-fat and low-sodium diet and is very useful for people who have low-sodium diet.
- Raisins play an important role in bone health and in preventing osteoporosis, which is why it is very useful for women before menopause.
- Raisin has antioxidant properties and prevents cellular degradation.
- Although raisins are sweet and sticky, do not have a damaging effect on the teeth and do not damage the teeth, even this dry fruit can prevent the tooth decay. Raisins are very useful for the health of teeth and gums.
- Raisins are a good source of vitamins and nutrients element in the body. Elements and vitamins such as iron, potassium, calcium and vitamin B are available in raisins.
- Raisin has a lot of iron. 600 grams of raisins provide 90 percent of the body’s daily iron content. One hundred grams of raisin contains about 1.88 mg of iron, while 100 grams of beef contains between 4.2 mg of iron.
- Raisins are a good source of fiber, antioxidants, and a good source of energy. Fiber prevents colon cancer, helps prevent unusual cell growth, disease and help blood glucose control.
- This dry fruit causes the body’s organs function properly.
- Add raisins to meat to reduce the amount of fat in the diet and increase the amount of fiber and iron and reduce the amount of sodium.
- Raisin prevents cancer.
- Raisin lowers LDL or bad cholesterol levels in the blood and reduces heart disease.
- If you eat raisins every day for 4 weeks, the antioxidant in the blood increases and bad cholesterol (LDL) decreases.
- Raisin reduces stress.
- Raisin strengthens the nerves.
And so more unique features.
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