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Dried Fruit Golden Raisins (1x30LB ) Dried Fruit Golden Raisins (1x30LB )

Dried Fruit

Dried Fruit Golden Raisins (1x30LB ) Dried Fruit Golden Raisins (1x30LB )

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Dried Fruit Golden Raisins (1x30LB ) Dried Fruit Golden Raisins (1x30LB ) A single-serving box of raisins is a practical satisfying nutritious snack. The dehydration process depletes grapes of some nutrients leaving them low in vitamin content but they contain antioxidant flavonoids pigments that give plants their color that offer health benefits. Although colorful fruits are often richer in antioxidants because they contain more flavonoids golden raisins have more of some flavonoids than regular raisins so choose your raisin type based on your health goals.Vitamins and MineralsGolden and regular raisins are nearly identical in terms of most nutrients and daily value. A 1.5-ounce single-serving box of either provides about 130 calories 1.7 grams of fiber 1.5 grams of protein and 25.5 grams of natural sugar. Each gives you less than 5 percent of your recommended daily intake for calcium iron magnesium and most B vitamins. Each provides 5 to 10 percent of the potassium and phosphorus you need each day.Cancer and Heart Disease PreventionKaempferol is a flavonoid that may reduce your risk of developing cancer and cardiovascular disease. According to authors of a 2012 Mini-Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry review paper kaempferol acts as an antioxidant anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial agent and it may help prevent nerve disorders diabetes and osteoporosis. Golden raisins have 1.69 milligrams of kaempferol per 100 milligrams of weight providing 169 times more kaempferol than regular raisins which contain .001 milligrams of kaempferol per 100 milligrams.Antihistamine and Anti-Inflammatory BenefitsGolden raisins may benefit people with allergies. Quercetin a flavonoid in grapes has antihistamine and anti-inflammatory properties and may help prevent heart disease and cancer according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Although red and green raw grapes each have a little over 1 milligram per 100 milligrams of food weight the drying process causes red grapes to lose quercetin and green


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