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DRY FRUITS

Almonds

Cashews-Kaju

 

Dates-(khajur)

Munakka-(Dry-Grapes)

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ALMONDS
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  • The power food for healthy and happy living.
  • Species of trees native to Mediterranean climate regions of the middle east, Syria, Turkey to India.
  • Almonds are a rich source of Vitamin E, Copper, magnesium, and high-quality protein with healthy unsaturated fatty acids which may help to prevent cardiovascular.
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  • When it’s about cashew, it’s hard to resist as they are so rich in Taste.
  • Major production of cashew happens in Vietnam, Nigeria, India.
  • Having cashew every day is of great benefit, it helps you to prevent cancer have a healthy heart, lowers high blood pressure, helps in weight
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  • One of the most nutritious food, that can be consumed fresh or in dried form.
  • It is considered an all-in-one natural remedy for many health-related problems.

 

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  • Munakka also known as raisin, helps in controlling acidity, increases vision, helps in weight gain, good for teeth and gums, prevent cancer

Pistachio-(Pista)

Raisin-(kismis)

 

Walnuts-(akhrot)

Makhana

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  • Pista also known as Pistachio, a small tree originating from central Asia and the middle east.

 

  • Pista is loaded with nutrients and high on antioxidants, low in calories, and help you in weight

 

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  • Raisin a dried grape, mainly produced in all major regions and is used in baking and brewing.
  • Raisin comes in various varieties, grades and can be found in golden, green, and black gems. A power energy food and is very helpful due to its rich in fiber content, rich in iron and antioxidants, helps to prevent acidity and maintain oral health.

 

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  • Walnuts may help reduce not only the risk of prostate cancer but breast cancer as well.

 

  • Walnuts offer multiple vascular benefits to people with heart disease or those who have increased risk for heart disease due to multiple cardiac risk.

 

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  • In India, mostly we find lotus seeds in dried form called Makhana or gorgon nut.

 

  • On the other hand, if you can find it in the form of seeds, flowers, still there will be numerous benefits.

 SPICES

Red-chillies

Turmeric

 

Cinnamon

Black-Pepper

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  • Chili fruit when ripened and dried becomes red chili.
  • Red chili not only used for cooking but also used for medicinal purposes.
  • Helpful in digestion and developing immune
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  • Turmeric is a flowering plant of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae, the roots of which are used in cooking.

 

  • It has been used in Asia for thousands of years and is a major part of Ayurveda, Siddha medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, and

 

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  • One of the most nutritious food, that can be consumed fresh or in dried form.

 

  • It is considered an all-in-one natural remedy for many health-related problems.
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  • Black pepper is the world’s most traded spice and is one of the most common spices added to cuisines around the world.

 

  • Its spiciness is due to the chemical piperine

Black-Cardamom

Green-Cardamom

 

CORIANDER-SEEDS

Cumin-Seeds-(Jeera)

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  • Also known as Cardamom, rich in antioxidant and diuretic properties and can be helpful in lowering blood pressure and many other medical treatments like cancer.

 

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  • Part of an ancient Indian heritage, Choti elaichi as cardamom is commonly known as has to its list a plethora of health benefits it is capable of extending to the human body.
  • Cardamom is widely known to help detoxify the body, aid in weight loss, fight depression, boost the immune system, and alleviate hypertension among many other benefits.
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  • Dhaniya also known as coriander, a brain tonic and improves memory with its high nutritional value and helps in treating diarrhea, Anemia with its antibiotic properties.

 

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  • Jeera, also known as cumin seed, the major ingredient of Indian kitchen with many benefits, high in nutritional value helps to cure insomnia, cold, anemia, piles, regulate digestion, and many more.

Fenugreek Seeds

Clove

 

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Fenugreek is an herb similar to clover that is native to the Mediterranean region, southern Europe, and western Asia.

 

The seeds are used in cooking, to make medicine, or to hide the taste of other medicine.

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  • Laung also known as clove with many surprising health benefits, due to a high level of antioxidants it helps to protect against cancer and can kill off bacteria.

 PULSES

Toor-Dal

Chana-Dal

 

Moong-Dal

Malka-Dal

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  • Also known as a tropical green pea.

 

  • It is a beige lentil with a yellow interior.

 

  • This is the most important pulse in a Gujarati household.
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  • Also known as split chickpeas, Chana dal is high in fiber and helps to lower cholesterol.
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  • Is packed with protein and low carbs, green gram and one of the best vegetarian super foods
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  • One of the small and good source of cholesterol-lowering fiber from list of Indian Dals

Masoor-Dal

Urad-Dal

 

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  • Whole Masoor is one of the small and good source of cholesterol-lowering fiber from list of Indian Dals.
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  • Consuming urad dal helps to reduce cholesterol and improves cardiovascular health.