Navratri is being celebrated all over the country. During this period many people keep fast for 9 days. During this fast he eats only fruits and dry fruits. During this fast of 9 days, he avoids eating any kind of grains like wheat, rice and oats, non-veg food, legumes, fast food, junk food, refined sugar. Some people eat water chestnut flour pudding, fruits, nuts and seeds. According to research, dry fruits are no less than super foods. It is eaten during Navratri. It is rich in many bioactives like vitamins, phytochemicals, carotenoids and antioxidants.
Dry fruits are rich in nutrition
Ayurveda is an ancient medicinal system. When it comes to understanding the benefits of dry fruits from an Ayurvedic perspective. Dry fruits are considered a powerhouse of nutrients. After eating which one remains energetic the whole day. Increases stamina and helps deal with fatigue. It is also believed that consuming dry fruits helps in maintaining the balance of doshas (vata, pitta and kapha). Dry fruits have more fiber. Which aids digestion and improves gastrointestinal health.
According to Ayurveda, dry fruits reduce the risk of heart disease.
According to a research published in the journal Nutrients, the amount of glucose in dry fruits is very high. Due to which the digestive system remains good. It may reduce the risk of heart disease and osteoporosis. Dry fruits like figs and dates are rich in calcium and other minerals which are important for bone health.
Which dry fruits are good for health?
Eating dry fruits provides physical peace. This also improves digestion. Dry fruits like walnuts and almonds are good for the body. It produces heat in the body.
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