Why should you add these 4 dried fruits in your diet?

WEB DESK: Dried fruits can be an excellent part of your daily diet. Whether you’re spending the day outside or in the office, you can get some essential nutrients from them.

Here are 4 dried fruits that you should add to your diet.



Dates are nature’s candy. They contain super sweetness. A single date has 1.6 grams of fiber, which is about 6% of your daily value. It’s best to consume them in moderation. Moreover, you can also get relief from intestinal disorders, heart problems, anemia, diarrhea, abdominal cancer, and many other conditions if you are eating dates on daily basis. If you want to gain weight then dates are the best choices.



Almonds are jam packed with essential fatty acids as well as fibres and proteins. If you want to get rid of acne then almond is the best solution. You can make an excellent face pack through almonds. Moreover, almonds improve your blood circulation as well and prevent you from lungs and breast cancer.


Raisins have high amounts of iron, they are beneficial for your healthier growth. These little fruits are also super high in potassium. They also promote blood circulation.

Moreover, if you want to protect your beautiful eyes and they you should eat a handful of raisins daily. They prevent tooth decay as well. Raisins also work in keeping your skin healthy.



Walnuts are called brain food. Walnuts contain Omega 3 fatty acids which are beneficial for human brain.

A small amount of Walnuts a day can slow the growth of tumours by reducing blood supply to the tumour, noticeably slowing down its growth.

Doctor Christos Mantzoros of Harvard Medical School carried out a first of its kind study to observe the impact of walnuts on micro-ribonucleic acids (miRNA), which control how genes mold to environmental factors.

‘Our research demonstrates that a walnut diet causes significant changes in the expression profile of miRNAs in colorectal cancer tissue.’ Daily mail quoted the statement of Doctor Mantzoros.

Source: care2.com/ dailymail.com.uk