Dried Goji Berries
Cultivated along the fertile floodplains of the Yellow River for more than 700 years,Goji berries have been called “red diamonds” throughout Asia. They are sought after for their exceptional antioxidant properties, increase energy and give a better athletic performance. Add goji berries in muesli, porridges, pastries, salads, smoothies and shakes.
Whole Dried Infused Cranberries
Cranberries are widely cultivated in wetlands areas around the USA and Canada. They have attracted a lot of attention because of their proven health benefits in fighting against infections and several disease, thanks to their exceptional polyphenol and antioxidant content.
The flavonoids in the berries will also help to reduce your risk of colon cancer, they also improve the function of your heart, lungs, circulatory system, and liver.
Unsweetened Coconut Flakes
Coconut meat, apart from supplying key vitamins and minerals, is particularly good for you because of its very rich fiber and medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) contents. MCTs have been proven to help in heart health, obesity prevention, brain health and development of cognitive functions.
These crunchy flakes are super easy to use. Just sprinkle them on your salads and desserts or add to your granolas, breakfast cerals, cakes batter or asian inspired dishes.
Whole Pitted Dried Dates
Dates have an excellent nutrition profile. They are high in several nutrients, fiber and antioxidants, all of which may provide health benefits ranging from improved digestion to a reduced risk of disease. Since they’re dried, their calorie content is higher than most fresh fruit. Most of the calories in dates come from carbs. The rest are from a very small amount of protein. Despite their calories, dates contain some important vitamins and minerals in addition to a significant amount of fiber, which may be beneficial for preventing constipation and controlling blood sugar control.
Sundried Figs Diced
Dried figs have a sweet taste and provide a variety of health benefits. The high amount of calcium, iron and potassium present in it along with the high amount of fiber and low fat makes it a healthy food to include in your diet which can be eaten alone or mixed in yogurt, salad and toppings on cereals and oatmeal.