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Ayurveda emphasizes that as dry fruits are rich source of several important nutrients they should supplement the intake of fruits and vegetables to keep one fit and healthy. The best thing about them is that they do not have any side effects. For most of us they are easy to digest. However, there could be certain exceptions as some persons may be allergic to certain dry fruits. The practitioners of the Ayurvedic system of medicine always take into account this crucial fact before recommending a particular type of dry fruit to a person.

Most of the dry fruits have high fiber and carbohydrate content and they are considered to be an excellent source of minerals for the human body. That is why women are often advised to eat a reasonably good quantity of dry fruits during pregnancy.

According to Ayurveda different dry fruits have different quantities and hence should be consumed accordingly. For example raisins are beneficial for those suffering from chronic constipation. They are useful for anemic persons as they are iron-rich. Cashew nuts are a rich source of protein and they are effective in prevention of heart disease. They also provide several other nutrients such as potassium, magnesium, vitamin B etc.

Dates soaked in water, for a particular time period, after removing their seeds are good for strengthening the heart. They also help in regulating the intestinal movements. Almonds, in Ayurveda, are considered to have great medicinal value. They help in building the hemoglobin, strengthening of muscles. When mixed with some other elements and used in the form of paste, they enrich the skin, bring a new glow to it and remove pimples. Children who cannot digest milk easily can be given almond milk. Almonds are quite rich in vitamins also. Almond oil is good for the hair and the scalp.


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