Ajwa Dates Online from Rs. 1,335.00
HOLY AJWA DATES Online Ajwa dates are one of the most popular dates which have a fine texture. They are soft and luscious with a dark brown hue. They are referred to as ‘holy dates.’ The fruit is dried in the sun and is acknowledged as ‘wet dates.’ Saudi Arabia is the origin of these dates. They are considered stone fruit as they contain just one seed surrounded by fruity flesh. Natural Sweeteners It is also used as a natural sweetener and can easily substitute sugar in any sweet dish. Vegan Sweeteners They are suitable for vegans. They are perfect for gifting your loved ones during various festivals, especially Diwali and Eid. It is known for boosting energy; hence they are ideal for consuming while observing fast. Glucose, fructose, and sucrose are natural sugars found in dates known to eliminate the lethargic feeling. It contains nutrients that help to regain energy immediately; hence it is recommended to consume after workouts. NUTRIENTS (100GRAMS) The foremost part of dates consists of sugar and carbohydrates, later followed by fiber and protein. Sugar content is very high in it. They also have Polyphenols, antioxidants that contain anti-inflammatory properties. It also contains vitamins along with other crucial elements like potassium, magnesium, and iron. Nutritional values per 100 Grams Fruit Ajwa Dates Calories 276.9 Glycemic Index 42 Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 1,107 KJ (274 kcal) Total Fat 0.12 g 0% Saturated fat 0.1 g 0% Polyunsaturated fat 0.4 g Monounsaturated fat 0.1 g Cholesterol 0 mg 0% Sodium 1.2 mg 0% Potassium 0 mg 6% Total Carbohydrate 71.8 g 29% Dietary fiber 6.8 g 22% Sugar 64.9 g Protein 1.21 g Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent 3 mg 3% beta-Carotene 0 μg 0% lutein zeaxanthin 32 μg 0% Thiamine (B1) 0.01 mg 1% Riboflavin (B2) 0.07 mg 1.2% Niacin (B3) 0.36 mg 2% Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.79 mg 14% Vitamin B6 0.2 mg 8% Folate (B9) 26.53 μg 7% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 9.5 mg 1.5% Vitamin C 0.2 mg 0% Vitamin E 0.1 mg 1% Vitamin K 2.7 μg 1.4% Minerals Calcium 36 mg 4% Copper 0.362 mg 2% Iron 7.83 mg 24% Magnesium 11.9 mg 6% Manganese 0.260 mg 23% Phosphorus 68 mg 5% Potassium 1013.2 mg 22% Selenium 3 mcg 13% Sodium 0 mg 0% Zinc 0.49 mg 2.8% Other Constittuents Water 5.12 Lycopene 0 *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units : μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical. Those who are allergic to any dates, please consult your doctor before consumption. HOW TO USE Dates can be consumed by themselves without cooking or adding them to any other thing. They are a good companion of smoothies. They add life to authentic Indian desserts like laddu that are energy balls. Salads are also garnished with it. They get along well with various Barfi. They are also used to make various sauces. Dates During Pregnancy They are recommended to be eaten during pregnancy due to various nutrients suitable for the baby's development. B vitamin folate also contains in Dates, a significant nutrient during pregnancy. HEALTH BENEFITS Iron is vital for RBC formation in the body; it contains an ample amount of iron, reducing the risk of Anemia. Iron is also required to produce certain hormones in the body. They are also known to do away with intoxications from the body. Manganese present in it is known for regulating the heart’s rhythm. The presence of insoluble fiber bulks up the stool, thus relieving constipation and treating the problems related to digestion. It is observed that the consumption of dates helps in gaining weight and is also suitable for bone health, treating night blindness, male fertility, etc. The consumption of the dates can defeat inflammation and stress caused in the brain. It has a high proportion of dietary fiber and antioxidants that are natural, like anthocyanins, ferulic acid, caffeic, etc. They are known to help in the treatment of Alzheimer's and dementia. STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE It can easily last up to half a year if stored in a place without moisture. Make sure to store them in a canister airtight after the packet has been opened, or else it will lose its freshness.
Almond | Badam from Rs. 355.00
Premium Quality Almond Almonds (Badam) are eatable nuts (Eatable Seeds) considered the storehouse of vital nutrients. Our product does not contain any preservatives and has a low amount of sugar on the Glycemic Index. It is Zero best for diabetes patients. Vegans can enjoy it without hesitation, for Almond Milk, Butter, Flour, Oil & Paste. Almonds (Badam) It is completely a natural product and is gluten-free as well. They are ideal for consumption while observing fast. They are perfect for gifting your loved ones during various festivals, especially Diwali. Badam NUTRITIONS (100 GRAMS) It contains a perfect amount of fiber along with healthy fat. They are known for Vitamin E and protein. Elements like magnesium, manganese, copper, and phosphorus are also present, along with small amounts of carbohydrates that are easy to digest. They are packed with various antioxidants like phytic acid. Almonds Nutrition Nutritional values per 100 Grams NUT Almond (Badam) Calories 579 Glycemic Index 0 Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 2408 KJ (579 kcal) Total Fat 49.92 g 65% Saturated fat 3.7 g 17% Polyunsaturated fat 12.1 g 16% Monounsaturated fat 30.9 g 40% Cholesterol 0 mg 0% Sodium 1 mg 0% Potassium 733 mg 16% Total Carbohydrate 21.55 g 7% Dietary fiber 12.2 g 41% Sugar 5.3 g 21% Protein 21.15 g 1% Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent 0 μg 0% beta-Carotene 143 μg 2% lutein zeaxanthin 143 μg 1.4% Thiamine (B1) 0.211 mg 17% Riboflavin (B2) 1.014 mg 78% Niacin (B3) 3.385 mg 21% Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.47 mg 9% Vitamin B6 0.143 mg 8% Folate (B9) 50 μg 13% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 53.57 mg 10% Vitamin C 0 mg 0% Vitamin E 25.63 mg 2% Vitamin K 0 μg 0% Minerals Calcium 269 mg 11% Copper 1.11 mg 12% Iron 3.7 mg 25% Magnesium 260 mg 62% Manganese 2.285 mg 99% Phosphorus 484 mg 30% Potassium 710 mg 15% Selenium 2.5 mcg 5% Sodium 1 mg 0% Zinc 3.3 mg 41% Other Constituents Water 4.7 G Lycopene 0 G *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units : μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical. PREGNANCY They are recommended to be eaten during pregnancy due to various nutrients suitable for the baby's development. HOW TO USE IT These nuts can be consumed by themselves without cooking or adding them to any other thing. They get along well with sweet dishes. They add a crunch and life to most authentic Indian desserts like Sheer kurma, kheer, laddu, etc. Savory food is also garnished using this. They are a good companion of ice cream as well as chocolate. HEALTH BENEFITS It helps in regulating the gastrointestinal tract due to the presence of fiber. This takes care of digestion-related problems and promotes the growth of healthy bacteria, which in turn makes your immunity stronger. The content of vitamin E and vitamin A in it makes it ideal for accomplishing glowing skin. It acts as an excellent moisturizer. Being rich in antioxidants promotes the growth of healthy cells and gives cells protection from oxidation and premature aging. Blood sugar levels are regulated and stabilized by consuming these nuts as they contain magnesium that helps develop insulin resistance. Glycemic Index is 0 Also, it is with 0 Glycemic Index. They play an integral part in regulating type 2 diabetes. Good for diabetic people. Almonds Research proves that it helps Insulin level after meals and reduces the glucose level (Blood Sugar) from rising. They are Nutritionally beneficial for most people. The high content of fiber and low content of carbohydrates curb unnecessary cravings, thus, reducing the calorie intake. Hence it is recommended to people who are looking forward to losing weight. For Eye Health It contains a good amount of Vitamin E, which helps prevent your lens by consuming it moderately. It safeguards your eyes from other damages. Vitamin E helps unstable molecules in your body that target healthy tissue. It is a well-known fact that they are very beneficial for the development of our brain. The presence of phenylalanine and riboflavin in it is very beneficial for the growth of your brain cells and to increase your brainpower. They also increase memory capacity. For Nervous System They are good for the nervous system, bone health, and mental alertness. The content of folic acid is precise, which protects the baby from any defects. For Memory Improvement The importance of soaked almonds can never be overstated when discussing brain health. It is full of vitamin E, which can preserve memory longer by boosting alertness and preventing cognitive decline. Also, it contains omega-3 and six fatty acids that boost intellectual capacity. STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE Easily last up to half a year if stored in a place without moisture. If you have opened the packet, make certain that you store them in an airtight container; otherwise, you will lose its crunchiness.
Raisins | Manuka | Manukka from Rs. 160.00
Brown Raisins Raisin is a dry fruit that is made by drying grapes. Their variation is mainly due to a difference in the variety of grapes or the drying method. Variation in either two of them results in a change in texture or flavor. Rather than sun drying, they are dried using a dehydrator in a controlled environment after being dipped in a solution. No more than a few hours are required for the raisins to get completely dry than sun-dried raisins requiring about three to four weeks. Sometimes they are treated using sulfur dioxide. A controlled environment helps to retain a lighter tone; sundried raisins are darker in color. They are small, yellowish, and have a sweetness that is lacking in other raisins. NUTRIENTS It has a high amount of sugar and carbohydrates followed by protein and other vital nutrients like copper, phosphorus, iron, etc. Nutritional values per 100 Grams Fruit Raisin Calories 297 Glycemic Index 63 Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 1242 KJ (297 kcal) Total Fat 0.2 g 0% Saturated fat 0.3 g 0 % Polyunsaturated fat 0g 0% Monounsaturated fat 0.2g 0% Cholesterol 0 mg 0% Sodium 1.1 mg 0% Potassium 747 mg 19.9% Total Carbohydrate 80 g 29% Dietary fiber 3.9 g 14.2% Sugar 53 g Protein 2.7 g 5% Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent 0 μg 0% beta-Carotene 0.1 μg 0% lutein zeaxanthin 0 μg 0% Thiamine (B1) 0.01 g 1% Riboflavin (B2) 0.12 mg 0% Niacin (B3) 1.2 mg 1% Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.12 mg 0.2% Vitamin B6 0.1 mg 0% Folate (B9) 0.23 μg 0% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 11.5 mg 5% Vitamin C 2.2 mg 3% Vitamin E 0.1 mg 1% Vitamin K 3.1 μg 0% Minerals Calcium 49 mg 12% Copper 0.46 mg 1% Iron 1.83 mg 1% Magnesium 1382 mg 98% Manganese 8 mg 17% Phosphorus 1292 mg 59% Potassium 747 mg 59% Selenium 0.2 mcg 0% Sodium 1.1 mg 0% Zinc 7.9 mg 2.3% Other Constituents Water 15.47 Lycopene 0 *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units : μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical. PREGNANCY They are recommended to be eaten during pregnancy due to various nutrients suitable for the baby's development. HOW TO USE Raisins can be consumed directly from the shelf or can be incorporated into different sweets and savory. Festivals in India are unaccomplished without the presence of sweet delights, and most of them contain raisins. Kishmish Halwa is wholly made out of raisins. Sheera is a sweet dish made of semolina, raisins, and nuts. Kheer, a slow-cooked rice desert, also contains raisins. Faral is an essential part of Diwali. Faral consists of savory food like Chivda, a mixture of nuts, dry fruits, spices, and core ingredients like flattened rice, cornflakes, oats, etc. Raisins constitute a significant part of Chivdas as they add a punch of sweetness to these spicy amalgams. Raisin is a very versatile ingredient, and it is also utilized in different sweet balls, namely Gram flour laddu, Semolina laddu, etc. It is also added to Biryani, a spicy rice dish. HEALTH BENEFITS One significant advantage of raisins is their undeniable degree of fiber, especially solvent fiber. A quarter-cup of any of these dried organic products can give you around 7% of your day-by-day fiber necessity. They are likewise an abundant source of iron. Iron is essential for high blood cells production, which carries oxygen to the cells of your body. If you don't get sufficient iron, you may feel drained, cold, and unwell. Raisins are stacked with cancer prevention agents that help our bodies differently. The polyphenolic phytonutrients help dispose of the free extremists that hurt the vision and cause degeneration of the eye muscles—in this way, working on the wellbeing of the vision. These dried grapes are low in calories and are generally sweet, and they are very fibrous, helping the body feel complete with a bit of serving. The pleasantness of the raisins satisfies your taste buds, and the fiber assists you with feeling full, supporting weight reduction. On-off chance if you battle with joint agonies or have powerless bones, raisins are the best approach. They contain calcium which helps in fortifying the bones. Eating raisins assist with expanding bone thickness and assist with diminishes the danger of joint pain and gout. STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE Raisins easily last up to half a year if refrigerated. If you have opened the packet, then make certain that you store them in an airtight container.