Benefits of "dried fruit" and how to make dried fruit with "

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Dried fruit is another slot popular snack among Japanese people for beauty and health. Let's know the benefits of dried fruit and how to make dried fruit easily. using a microwave
benefits of dried fruit
Helps to adjust the intestinal environment and relieve constipation
Dried fruits are rich in whole fiber, soluble fiber, which is a good food for the good bacteria in the gut. and insoluble fiber, which improves the intestinal environment and relieves constipation. Eating dry fruits high in fiber for about 2 weeks can change the digestive system that has problems back to normal.
Dried fruits high in fiber, such as blueberries (17.6 g fiber per 100 g), dried persimmons (14 g fiber per 100 g), jujube (12.5 g fiber per 100 g), prunes (7.2 dietary fiber). g per 100 g) and banana (7 g fiber per 100 g), etc.
It is a good aid in weight loss.
In addition to being high in dietary fiber Dried fruit is considered a low GI (Glycemic Index) food, which means that when eaten, the sugar is absorbed into the bloodstream more slowly. It makes you feel full for a long time and doesn't feel like eating fuss between meals. Therefore suitable for people who are losing weight. Because in addition to being satisfied with eating sweets, it also makes you feel full for a long time.
Good for the beauty and health of women.
Dried fruits contain important nutrients that are essential for beauty and health, such as raisins and dried figs are high in iron. which helps prevent anemia in women and pregnant women. Apricots, mangos and dried persimmons are high in beta-carotene, which is converted into vitamin A in the body. Vitamin A helps to strengthen skin cells. And help prevent acne in adults as well. Blueberries are rich in manganese, a mineral that helps your metabolism to function properly. and anthocyanins, which are antioxidants that help slow down aging and help nourish the eyes. Dates are rich in polyphenols, which are powerful antioxidants that help slow down aging. and bananas, which are rich in polyphenols. Magnesium and Potassium, etc.
Posted 07 Jul 2021

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