Dietician Priyatama Srivastava and Purba Kalita, co-founder of an online shopping portal, suggest you include the following dry fruits in your diet.
Almonds: A healthy substitute for conventional snacking options, generally high in sugar, almonds can be enjoyed anytime. Almonds are rich in anti-oxidants and have zero cholesterol. They are known to provide relief from constipation, respiratory issues and heart disorders, besides being great for hair, skin and teeth.
Cashews:These nuts are loaded with health benefits and are a rich source of vitamins E and B6. What’s more? They can also be used to bring a rich texture and flavour to various dishes.
Raisins:Raisins are made from dehydrated grapes and are used in both sweet and savoury food preparations. They are good for health and have been known to reduce acidity and help in digestion.
Walnuts:This shelled nutty delight is extremely nutritious. It is loaded with vital Omega-3 fatty acids, dietary fibres, proteins, anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals.