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Raisins Flame
Raisins Flame

Available packages:

70g    150g    1kg




Nutritional facts per 100g:




Fat
0.46g



0%



Protein
3.4g



5%



Carbs
75.5g



28%



Kcal
302



15%







* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 Calories diet.




Store in a cool and dry place under -5Co and +20Co



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Raisins are abundant in antioxidant-rich polyphenols, and in minerals such as calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, and boron.

They also contain vitamins such as thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, and vitamins C, K, and B-6. Raisins are high in sugar and calories but have a low glycemic index.

Boost Digestive Health
The fiber in raisins helps sweep out toxins and harmful materials from the digestive tract. This can protect people from intestinal diseases, bacterial growth, and discomfort from bloating.

Prevent Cancer
Raisins have high levels of catechins that help fight cancer. Catechins are polyphenolic antioxidants present in the blood, that scavenge the free radicals floating in the body, which are one of the primary underlying factors that lead to the spontaneous growth of cancer cells. The fiber content helps promote excretion of bile from the body, thus flushing out toxins that can cause cancer. Therefore, including these dried fruits in your diet can help prevent cancer, or slow down its progress.

Reduce Hypertension
Studies show a positive correlation between reduced hypertension and consumption of raisins. Many of the nutrients packed into them are beneficial, but experts believe that it is the high level of potassium that helps. Potassium is a well-researched mineral that helps reduce the tension of blood vessels and decrease high blood pressure, and the dietary fiber in these dried grapes is also thought to affect the biochemistry of blood vessels and reduce their stiffness, which in turn reduces hypertension.

Dental Care
Oleanolic acid, one of the phytochemicals present in raisins, plays a crucial role in protecting your teeth against decay, cavities, and brittleness. It effectively prevents the growth of Streptococcus mutans and Porphyromonas gingivalis, two of the bacterial species that are most responsible for cavities. As strange as it may sound, while eating the dried fruits, the longer they stick to your teeth, the better, because that ensures an extended contact of oleanolic acid with the teeth, increasing the preventive powers of bacterial growth. In addition, raisins are rich in calcium, which strengthens and demineralizes tooth enamel. Further, boron present in these dried fruits helps curb the growth of oral germs, promoting strong teeth.

Relieve Constipation
Raisins have fiber present in them which swells when eaten, and begins to absorb the natural fluids present in the body. This adds bulk to the food moving through the intestinal tract and ultimately helps provide relief from constipation. This type of fiber is considered insoluble fiber because it takes in water and gains volume in that way.

Promote Weight Gain
Raisins help gain weight in a healthy way since they are full of fructose and glucose. They form an ideal part of a diet for athletes or bodybuilders who need a powerful boost of energy, or for those who want to put on weight without accumulating unhealthy amounts of cholesterol.

Treat Erectile Dysfunction
Raisins have long been known to stimulate the libido and induce arousal, primarily due to the presence of an amino acid called arginine, which is beneficial in treating erectile dysfunction. Arginine is a natural aphrodisiac that increases the levels of sperm motility, thereby increasing the chances of conception when engaging in sexual intercourse. Consuming these sweet dried fruits daily also helps increase sexual endurance.

Heart Health
The high levels of potassium, fiber, polyphenols, phenolic acid, tannins, and antioxidants in raisins stimulate the burning of cholesterol as well as lowers blood pressure, promoting good cardiac health.

Control Diabetes
In a number of studies, raisins have been shown to lower the postprandial insulin response, which means they can stabilize the spikes or plunges on the insulin after a meal that can be otherwise dangerous to patients with diabetes. They also help regulate the release of leptin and ghrelin, which are the hormones responsible for telling the body when it is hungry or full. By keeping a check on these hormones, people who eat raisins can improve their chances of maintaining a healthy diet and prevent overeating.

Treat Anemia
Raisins contain a considerable amount of iron, which directly helps in the treatment of anemia. It also contains many members of vitamin B complex that are essential for the formation of new blood. The high copper content also helps in the production of red blood cells.

Cure Fever
Phenolic phytonutrients, well known for their germicidal, antibiotic, and antioxidant properties, are abundantly present in raisins and can help cure fevers by fighting viral and bacterial infections.

Eye Health
Raisins contain antioxidant-rich polyphenolic phytonutrients, which are excellent for ocular health. They protect the eyes from the damage caused by free radicals (oxidants), in the form of macular degeneration, age-related weakening of vision, and cataracts.

Prevent Acidosis
Raisins rich in potassium and magnesium, are a natural remedy for acidosis. Potassium and magnesium are two of the most common components of antacids because they are considered basic on the pH scale. Acidosis is a state of increased acidity of the blood (also known as toxicity of the blood) or the gases in our respiratory system that may cause boils, skin disease, damage to the internal organs, gout, and renal calculi.

Promote Bone Health
Calcium, the main element of our bones, is present in raisins, and these dried fruits are one of the best sources of boron, a micronutrient (a nutrient required by the body in a very small amount). Boron is vital for the proper bone formation and efficient absorption of calcium. It is particularly helpful in preventing osteoporosis induced by menopause in women and is very beneficial for bones and joints. Potassium is another essential nutrient found in high levels, which can help strengthen bones and promote bone growth, thereby reducing the chances of osteoporosis.

Reduces Arthritis Pain
Raisins constitute a natural source of polyphenols and antioxidants, which have strong anti-inflammatory properties.

Promotes Kidney Health
Potassium in raisins helps prevent formation and the re-occurrence of kidney stones.

Treats Insomnia
Iron deficiency anemia can be a cause for your insomnia trouble, and therefore, intake of iron-rich raisins can help ensure a good nights sleep.

Increase Nutrient Uptake
Raisins have a rich content of vitamins, amino acids, and minerals such as selenium and phosphorus, which facilitate absorption of other nutrients and proteins in the body. Including them in your diet helps improve your overall energy and immune system strength.

Reduces Diarrhea
Raisins can help to stop loose stools by absorbing its liquid and reducing the frequency and unpredictability of diarrhea.

Liver Health
Overnight-soaked raisins and raisin water are used as part of the liver cleanse diet as the dried fruits are rich in bioflavonoids that protect you from the free radical activity. Raisin water especially promotes good liver health, which helps purify the blood.

Skin Care
Antioxidants and vitamin C in raisins help keep the skin radiant, taut, and youthful. Eating them can help prevent conditions like psoriasis and acne as they have strong germicidal properties.

Hair Health
Daily consumption help promote shiny and thick hair as the vitamin C content prevents cell damage. Their anti-inflammatory properties help prevent scalp irritation, dandruff, and flakiness.






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