4 Dryfruits to consume in the morning

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Although many people think that eating dry fruits on an empty stomach can be harmful and can cause indigestion, dehydration, and heaviness throughout the day, this is not true at all. Rather, you can consume dry fruits in the morning on an empty stomach either after soaking or without soaking.

Dry fruits are rich in nutrients. In addition, they also have many medicinal properties. They have many health benefits and people who have any problem with the consumption of fresh fruits can consume dry fruits and nuts.  You can use it for curd, oats, oatmeal, smoothies, and soaked food. Also, the special thing about dry fruits is that due to being dry, you can take them anywhere. Many types of nutrients are found in them and they are free from elements containing sodium, sugar, and cholesterol.  It also helps you to be fresh in the morning. Also, it can help keep you energized and mood fresh throughout the day. Let us know about the benefits and harms of eating dry fruits on an empty stomach in the morning.

Can I eat dry fruits on an empty stomach in the morning?

You can consume all types of dry fruits and nuts in the morning on an empty stomach. This gives a lot of benefits to your health and you also feel full throughout the day. They are rich in vitamin E, calcium, selenium, copper, magnesium, and riboflavin. Nuts contain omega-3 fatty acids and good fats, which are very important for your health. If you want, you can eat them soaked or you can eat them without soaking. It can prove to be very beneficial for your digestion, heart health, and bones.

Eat these dry fruits on an empty stomach in the morning

  1. Almonds

To eat almonds, you must have been told many times by your grandmothers that it makes your brain sharp. You can eat soaked almonds in the morning on an empty stomach. It contains healthy oils, antioxidants, fiber, calcium, magnesium, and protein. By consuming it, your heart remains healthy and it can prove to be very beneficial for weight management as well. Vitamin E found in it is very good for the skin and hair. You can consume almonds daily for a healthy and fit body.

  1. Pistachios

If you feel hungry immediately after waking up in the morning, then pistachios can be a good option for you. Pistachios keep your stomach full throughout the day by reducing your morning hunger. It contains oleic acid, antioxidants, carotenes, vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, iron, and polyphenolic, which are helpful in reducing diabetes, cholesterol, and weight. Also, it strengthens your immune system.

  1. Dates

Dates are high in digestive fiber and can help keep you full for longer by reducing your appetite. These dry fruits rich in iron benefit our body in many ways. This iron-rich and delicious dry fruit maintain the hemoglobin level in your body. It helps in maintaining your gut health and can also reduce weight. Also, it is very useful for bones.

  1. Raisins

You must have heard that many people wake up in the morning to drink raisin water and consider it beneficial. In such a situation, you can consume raisins on an empty stomach without any hesitation. Iron is found in abundance in it, which can be very beneficial in the problem of anemia. By eating a handful of raisins daily, your digestive system remains correct and there is no problem of acidity, constipation and indigestion.

Apart from this, you can consume all other types of dry fruits and nuts on an empty stomach. You can eat it soaked or without soaking. This benefits your health a lot. Also, it makes your day go well. However, if you have any specific problem or disease, then consume anything without medical advice.

Which dry fruits should not be eaten in the morning on an empty stomach?

There are no dry fruits or nuts, which you cannot eat in the morning on an empty stomach, but if you look at it as a diet, then you should not consume cashews on an empty stomach in the morning because it contains carbs and fat. Good quantity is found. Many people do not want to consume fat-rich foods in the morning, so they should avoid the consumption of cashews as it may also increase your weight.

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Dr. Rati Parwani

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