Benefits of Raisins

A raisin (Kishmish) is a dried grape. Raisins are produced in many regions of the world and may be eaten raw or used in cooking, baking, and brewing. Raisins are made from dehydrated grapes; hence the nutrients become more concentrated in raisins.

Benefits of Raisins:

  1. Raisins are a good source of calcium, the mineral that contributes to building and maintaining strong bones and protects against osteoporosis.

  2. People who suffer from low energy levels, and raisins are good for releasing energy as they have high doses of carbohydrates.

  3. The bloating and the high acidity effect that generally older people experience after eating fried food is greatly reduced, when raisins are consumed.

  4. You can steer clear of anemia or iron deficiency by regularly consuming raisins.

  5. Raisins have an abundant supply of fiber in them, This type of fiber adds bulk to the food moving through the intestinal tract and ultimately helps give relief from constipation.

  6. Raisins contain an amino acid named Arginine which increases libido and induces arousal. It is good for men and is used to treat erectile dysfunction.

  7. Raisins are rich in fructose and glucose and give you loads of energy. They will help you gain weight without accumulating bad cholesterol.

  8. Daily consumption helps promote shiny and thick hair as the vitamin C content prevents cell damage.

  9. Potassium in raisins helps prevent formation and the re-occurrence of kidney stone.

  10. Raisins are rich in Vitamin K. The most notable role of vitamin K in your body is to help clot your blood. The nutrient might also play a role in the health of your bones.