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Calms the nervous system and increases hemoglobin: why you should eat raisins regularly

Maria Tsikhotska

Calms the nervous system and increases hemoglobin: why you should eat raisins regularly

There are many varieties of raisins: black, red, golden, sultanas. They are used in cooking, baking, and also as a snack. This dried fruit is also popular among people who adhere to certain diets.

This is reported by nutritionist Marina Yanzo.

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Value of raisins:

  • 100 g of raisins contain 256 calories, 0.46 g of fat, 3.39 g of proteins, 79.5 g of carbohydrates.
  • Rich in natural sugars, fiber, vitamins and minerals.
  • According to nutritionist Marina Janzo, raisins contain almost all the vitamins needed by the human body: A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, C, E, K, H.
  • An excellent source of potassium, copper, manganese, boron, vitamin C.

Benefits of raisins:

  • Body cleansing:
    • Help eliminate toxins due to the diuretic effect of potassium.
    • Have a positive effect on kidney function and skin condition.
  • Restoration of water-salt balance:
    • Raisin decoction is rich in minerals, which helps to restore electrolyte balance.
  • Protection against free radicals:
    • Have antioxidant properties due to phenols and polyphenols.
  • Cardiovascular benefits:
    • Magnesium and potassium help with heart disease.
  • Hemoglobin Enhancement:
    • Iron in the composition of raisins stimulates the production of hemoglobin.
  • Calming the nervous system:
    • Have sedative properties due to nicotinic acid and B vitamins.
    • Help to reduce anxiety and make sleep.
  • Improving gastrointestinal function:
    • Rich in fiber, which is good for digestion.
  • Strengthening of hair and skin:
    • Cleanse the skin, stimulate hair growth, protect against UV radiation.
    • Used in cosmetology as a component of masks.

Raisin harm:

  • Rinse thoroughly before consumption:
    • Avoid food poisoning and ingestion of toxins.
    • Dried fruits are often treated with sulfur dioxide.
  • Contraindications:
    • Obesity
    • Diabetes mellitus
    • Peptic ulcer disease and enterocolitis
    • Oral ulcers
    • Children under 4 years of age
    • Allergies (with caution)

Daily allowance:

  • 2 tablespoons for an adult in the absence of contraindications.
  • It is recommended to add to porridge, cottage cheese, desserts, or use as an independent snack.

Recall, we have already written what nut is the most useful for the body.

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