Home Made Dried Fruits | Unparalleled Grace

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"Do you like to have a snack whenever you free? But too much of snack is not good for health.


Now with Unparalleled Grace Home Made Dried Fruits, I can have the healthy snack anytime without worried putting extra weights on me!"



I believe many of us do not know The Health Benefits of Dried Fruits. We think that dried fruits are dried and it's no/ fewer vitamins, but I was wrong. Dried fruits offer some advantages over fresh fruits, a longer shelf life, and portability. If you are watching your weight, dried fruits should be eaten in moderation as they contain significantly more calories per serving than fresh fruits. Some dried fruits contain sugars added in processing which increase its calorie content. However, dried fruits without additives offer numerous health benefits.




High Fiber
Dried fruits generally contain more fiber than the same-sized serving of their fresh counterparts. Fiber helps keep your digestive system running smoothly. According to the Harvard School of Public Health, it helps prevent obesity, heart disease and some forms of cancer.

Antioxidants
Some dried fruits are a good source of certain antioxidants, according to a 2005 study in the "Journal of the American College of Nutrition." Phenols, a type of antioxidant, are more abundant in fruits like dates and figs than in some fresh fruits, leading researchers to advise that more dried fruits be included in the American diet. Plant polyphenols have been found to fight heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, diabetes, cancer and degenerative diseases of the brain, according to the November-December 2009 issue of "Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity."

Nutrient Density
Because most of the water is extracted from dried fruits, their nutrients are condensed into a small package. Dried fruits like apricots, raisins, prunes and figs contain high amounts of beta-carotene, vitamin E, niacin, iron, magnesium, potassium, and calcium, reports the European Food Information Council.

Fat and Calories
Dried fruits contain little to no fat. They also contain significant calories per serving, making them a natural source of energy for athletes. They are also a good supplement for people seeking to gain weight healthfully. If you are watching your weight, you may want to limit your intake of dried fruit due to the calorie content.


Red Apples (50gm)
RM12



Green Apples (50gm)

RM12


 Banana (80gm)


RM12




 Star fruits (50gm)
RM12




 Lemon (50gm)
RM12


 Oranges (50gm)

RM12


 Grape Fruits (50gm)

RM12


 Pineapples (80gm)

RM15

 Golden pear (80gm)
RM15




Dragon Fruit (100gm)

RM22


Kiwi (80gm)

RM22


Tomatoes (50gm)

RM15



Mushroom (30gm)

RM15



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6 comments

  1. This is good and easy for snacking and infused drink.

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  2. These looks good, would try it out since I'm on a diet now.

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  3. I'm confused, dried fruits look good but the calorie content is questionable. I guess snacking moderately on these will do.

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  4. Its easy to carry around inside the bag and no staining. :)

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  5. i love dried fruits... will definitely check it out

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  6. Look yummy and healthy! I want to try the lemon one!

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