Apricot Resin Base with Cashew , Almond & Seeds : Pack of 6
*Shelf life: 3 months
- Apricots: They have a high amount of vitamins, flavonoids, and potassium. Flavonoids work to protect and strengthen your blood vessels while reducing signs of inflammation. Potassium, an important mineral for nerve and muscle function, is also crucial for helping nutrients move around the body, it supports healthy blood pressure and heart health. Antioxidants like vitamin E and vitamin C are known for their skin-boosting properties; Vitamin A, beta-carotene, and other carotenoids, apricots are excellent for promoting eye health and promote better digestion.
- Almonds: These are loaded with nutrition, lower LDL(bad), and are packed with vitamin E. Almond are a bone-building food it has as much calcium as 1/4 cup of milk. They are loaded with phosphorus to keep your skeleton and chompers healthy and strong, which will lower your risk of fractures and breaks.
- Oats: Oats help in slow digestion, increase satiety, and suppress appetite. Rich in Protein, Fiber (soluble and insoluble), Zinc, Thiamine, Phosphorus, and Magnesium. Good for Diabetes, weight loss, cardiovascular diseases, constipation, etc.
- Sunflower & Chia Seeds: Sunflower seeds are a source of many vitamins and minerals that can support your immune system. Zinc plays a vital role in the immune system, helping the body maintain and develop immune cells. Selenium also plays a role in reducing inflammation, fighting infection, and boosting immunity. They also promote ‘healthy’ fats, including MUFA and PUFA. Studies found that consumption of seeds including sunflower seeds linked to lower rates of cardiovascular disease, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure.
- Chia seeds: For their flavor and to boost the fiber, protein, calcium, antioxidants, and omega-3s in the diet. But don’t expect a big weight loss boost.
- Cashew nuts: Cashews are a wonderful source of healthy fats, including monounsaturated and polyunsaturated varieties, a modest source of protein. For this reason, they are often heavily featured in the diets of vegetarians and vegans. In addition to lowering rates of LDL cholesterol, cashews may help to prevent heart disease due to their high magnesium content. Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Zinc, Vitamin B6, Vitamin K
- Raisins: They have higher levels of antioxidants compared to other dried fruits. The drying process also preserves these antioxidants, promoting greater activity than in fresh grapes. Antioxidants prevent cell damage caused by natural factors like aging. Some of the important antioxidants in raisins are phytonutrients. Raisins also contain tartaric acid, research shows this protein may have anti-inflammatory properties, improve intestinal function, and help regulate the balance of bacteria in your gut. At the same time, they are also high in sugar and calories, so they should be eaten in moderation.
Product Benefits are:
- Rich in fiber
- Rich in minerals
- Rich in Protein
- Rich in Omega-3
- Low in calorie
- Low in sugar
- Moderate in sweetness
An ideal snack for :
- School-going kids,
- Pregnant & lactating mothers
- People who are on weight loss,
- Diabetics (consult a dietitian before consumption),
- Pre/post workouts,