In addition to nourishment, dried fruit provides the necessary elements for the body. With pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, flax seeds in addition to the crunchiness of sesame, the body can in fact ensure the good vegetable fats it needs. Excellent meals, but they are also excellent ingredients for seasoning and completing everyday dishes, such as salads. Excellent for breading.
Ingredients: sesame, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, flax seeds. Origin: Europe
MIXED DRIED FRUIT FOR SALADS: properties, benefits:
Dried fruit has many vitamins, especially A and E; Vitamin C and vitamin K abound in smaller quantities. Walnuts, hazelnuts, but above all almonds, are rich in iron. The quantity of fiber is also high. Especially in oily fruit there are many mineral salts, such as potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium and zinc.
The benefits of fruit many are dry, so it should never be missing in our diet. First of all it can be useful against constipation, because it has laxative properties, which favor intestinal transit. This type of fruit manages to increase the volume of the stool, making it fluid and therefore representing an effective aid especially in case of hemorrhoids. The fiber contained in dried fruit also limits the absorption of cholesterol and, as it is a food rich in omega 3 and omega 6, it increases the levels of "good" fats in the blood.
The salts minerals contained in it, are recommended for those who play sports, because they help replenish the nutrients that are lost due to sweating, it is a real energy boost! It also has a beneficial action on the liver, because limits inflammation. It can be a cure-all for the well-being of the hair, because it is rich in zinc. This mineral promotes the regrowth of the hair, because it is involved in the synthesis of the androgens involved precisely in the growth of the hair. During pregnancy, dried fruit can be easily included in the diet, even if one must be careful with the oily one, because it is rich in glucose and can cause gestational diabetes. The dried fruit salads especially in and have taken great place in the Mediterranean diet, replacing the usual bite and run dishes.