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Golden Raisins (Unprocessed).
Made from Seedless grapes.
- Sun Dried
- No Dipping Oil used
- No Sulphur used
- No Potassium Carbonate used
- Tested for 200+ Pesticides – 100% Food Safe
- Made from Climate Resilient grapes – which means higher Secondary Metabolites alkaloids, polyphenols including flavonoids, and terpenoids
- Sourced from Nashik farmer
Nutritional Information :
Approx per 100g
Energy : 299 KCal
Protein : 3.07g
Carbohydrate : 79.18g
- of which sugar : 59.19g
Total Fat : 0.46g
Dietary Fiber : 3.70g
Cholesterol : 0 mg
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Badam (almond)₹ 800.00
These are non-GMO, Heirloom, Desi, Organic Almonds from Kashmir and a small percentage of almonds will be bitter. This bitterness is what helps body remove toxins. These almonds have the highest oil content of all almonds variety and when eaten after soaking in water overnight, these Kashmiri almonds work as medicine.
The almond oil we sell is also extracted from these almonds.
Health benefits of eating a handful of almonds :
1. Almonds Deliver a massive amount of Nutrients
Almonds are the edible seeds of Prunus dulcis, more commonly called the almond tree.
They are also used to produce almond milk, oil, butter, flour or paste — also known as marzipan.
Almonds boast an impressive nutrient profile. A 28-gram serving of almonds contains :
- Fiber: 3.5 grams
- Protein: 6 grams
- Fat: 14 grams (9 of which are monounsaturated)
- Vitamin E: 37% of the RDI
- Manganese: 32% of the RDI
- Magnesium: 20% of the RDI
- They also contain a decent amount of copper, vitamin B2 (riboflavin) and phosphorus.
This is all from a small handful, which supplies only 161 calories and 2.5 grams of digestible carbohydrates.
2. Almonds are loaded with Anti-oxidants
Almonds are a fantastic source of antioxidants.
Antioxidants help protect against oxidative stress, which can damage molecules in your cells and contribute to inflammation, ageing and diseases like cancer.
The powerful antioxidants in almonds are largely concentrated in the brown layer of the skin.
For this reason, blanched almonds — those with skin removed — are not the best choice from a health perspective.
A clinical trial in 60 male smokers found that about 3 ounces (84 grams) of almonds per day reduced oxidative stress biomarkers by 23–34% over a four-week period.
These findings support those of another study which found that eating almonds with main meals reduced some markers of oxidative damage.
3. Almonds are High in Vitamin E
Vitamin E is a family of fat-soluble antioxidants.
These antioxidants tend to build up in cell membranes in your body, protecting your cells from oxidative damage.
Almonds are among the world’s best sources of vitamin E, with just 28g providing 37% of the RDI.
Several studies have linked higher vitamin E intake with lower rates of heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.
4. Almonds Can Assist With Blood Sugar Control
Nuts are low in carbs but high in healthy fats, protein and fiber.
This makes them a perfect choice for people with diabetes.
Another boon of almonds is their remarkably high amount of magnesium.
Magnesium is a mineral involved in more than 300 bodily processes, including blood sugar control.
The current RDI for magnesium is 310–420 mg. 2 ounces of almonds provide almost half that amount — 150 mg of this important mineral.
Interestingly, 25–38% of people with type 2 diabetes are deficient in magnesium. Correcting this deficiency significantly lowers blood sugar levels and improves insulin function.
People without diabetes also see major reductions in insulin resistance when supplementing with magnesium.
This indicates that high-magnesium foods such as almonds may help prevent metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes, both of which are major health problems.
5. Magnesium Also Benefits Blood Pressure Levels
The magnesium in almonds may additionally help lower blood pressure levels.
High blood pressure is one of the leading drivers of heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure.
A deficiency in magnesium is strongly linked to high blood pressure regardless of whether you are overweight.
Studies show that correcting a magnesium deficiency can lead to major reductions in blood pressure.
If you do not meet the dietary recommendations for magnesium, adding almonds to your diet could have a huge impact.
6. Almonds Can Lower Cholesterol Levels
High levels of LDL lipoproteins in your blood — also known as “bad” cholesterol — is a well-known risk factor for heart disease.
Your diet can have major effects on LDL levels. Some studies have shown almonds to effectively lower LDL.
A 16-week study in 65 people with pre-diabetes found that a diet providing 20% of calories from almonds lowered LDL cholesterol levels by an average of 12.4 mg/dL.
Another study found that eating 1.5 ounces (42 grams) of almonds per day lowered LDL cholesterol by 5.3 mg/dL while maintaining “good” HDL cholesterol. Participants also lost belly fat.
7. Almonds Prevent Harmful Oxidation of LDL Cholesterol
Almonds do more than just lower LDL levels in your blood.
They also protect LDL from oxidation, which is a crucial step in the development of heart disease.
Almond skin is rich in polyphenol antioxidants, which prevent oxidation of cholesterol in test-tubes and animal studies.
The effect may be even stronger when combined with other antioxidants such as vitamin E.
One human study showed that snacking on almonds for one month lowered oxidized LDL cholesterol levels by 14%.
This should lead to a reduced risk of heart disease over time.
8. Almonds Reduces Hunger, Lowering Your Overall Calorie Intake
Almonds are low in carbs and high in protein and fiber.
Both protein and fiber are known to increase feelings of fullness. This can help you eat fewer calories.
One four-week study in 137 participants showed that a daily 1.5-ounce (43-gram) serving of almonds significantly reduced hunger and the desire to eat.
Numerous other studies support the hunger-fighting effects of nuts.
Flax seeds₹ 60.00
Flaxseeds are farmer sourced from the affluent state of Bihar where a group of farmers practice Regenerative Agriculture Practices. Flax seeds are a nature’s gift that possesses potential health-improving components. Flaxseed contains a good amount of ?-Linolenic acid an omega-3 fatty acid, protein, dietary fiber, lignan and Secoisolariciresinol diglucoside (SDG). Flaxseed benefits :
- 100 % Natural Farming Product
- Grown without synthetic Pesticides
- non-GMO desi seed
- Beneficial to reduce risk cardio-vascular disease and type 2 diabetes
- A good source of dietary fiber
- Beneficial to health because of bio-active compounds
- added to chutney or yogurts.
- can be used in cottage cheese and fruit yogurt.
- add add to the taste of smoothies and shakes.
- mix them into pancake or muffin batter and add more nutritive value and taste to confectioneries.
- the nutty flavour enhances flavor of boring porridges.
- can be easily made a part of the indian mukhwas.
Black kashmiri raisins (with seed)₹ 250.00 – ₹ 475.00
Nothing but dried seeded grapes. Made from indigenous Black Grapes native to kashmir and comes with seeds. Sundried to keep the phytonutrients intact, these raisins are a natural, nutritious health snack for kids and adults alike. Raisins are a great source of energy. Raisins are charged with natural sugars like Glucose and Fructose. Raisins have an impressive nutrient profile of vitamins such as Vitamin C and Vitamin K; and Minerals such as Calcium, Iron, Copper, Manganese, Magnesium, Zinc, Phosphorous, and Selenium. Seeded raisins help in curbing the bad effects of LDL or Low Density Lipoproteins in our body. Raisins are a good source of calcium that forms an important constituent in our bones. Therefore, people suffering from osteoporosis can vastly benefit from eating raisins with seeds. Nutritional Information : Approx per 100g Energy : 299 KCal Protein : 3.07g Carbohydrate : 79.18g
- of which sugar : 59.19g
Rated 5.00 out of 5₹ 350.00
Dried blackberries are a sweet and chewy snack that can be added to trail mix and granola, or eaten straight out of the bag. They are a real treat in the morning and go well served with pancakes, or with yogurt for a breakfast parfait. Try dried blackberries on your salads for a burst of fruity goodness. They also make a gorgeous topping to cakes and cheesecakes. One bite of these lush dried blackberries and they will soon become one of your favorite treats. They also make a wonderful addition to salads and baked goods. Dried blackberries are a rich source of antioxidants, vitamins, and fiber.