Raisins | Kishmish
Kismis or Kishmis or Kishmish or Raisins are simply dried sweet grapes, of course. Most raisins are dried naturally by the sun right in the vineyards, although some are mechanically dehydrated. Once sun-dried, a process taking two to four weeks, they are then graded, cleaned, and packed. Some raisins are kept golden in color by the use of sulfur dioxide (sulfites). These are convenient, high energy low fat snack; they are easy to pack, easy to eat and almost never go bad. They are great health benefits and very useful to fight anemia and constipation, apart from other things. As they are rich in fiber when soaked in water and consumed they help to fight constipation or any digestion related problems. High on copper and iron contents help to fight anemia. With high iron levels raisins are essentials to fight or prevent anemia. Dry fruits have optimal levels of vitamins and minerals, and are a natural solution for weight management.Raisins alone are a powerful source of calcium and vitamin A that are beneficial for bone formation and prevent weakening of vision. Contain significant amounts of vitamin A, A- beta carotene and A- carotenoid, all of these are essential to ensure good ocular health.