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Why you should include nuts in your meals

There’s a reason your mom made you eat a handful of quality dry fruits every now and then. If you have not continued adding nuts to your daily diet, then you are missing out on many disease-fighting nutrients and smart snacking.

Here are a few reasons why you should include nuts in your meals. Wait-watchers, especially watch out!


Filling but healthy

Eating in controlled portions is a great way to maintain physical health. But with our busy schedules it can lead to mid-day hunger pangs. You can fight those pangs with delicious snacks that keep you full but without the high calories – yes, nuts!


Good for the heart

Walnuts are rich in heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, dietary fibres,
proteins, and anti-oxidants. Pistachios are also great for the heart as they
help in lowering bad cholesterol levels. Dnine’s 100% extra fat-free nuts make
sure you don’t cancel out the many heart benefits of these dry fruits.


Good for the brain

Walnuts are considered the best nut for brain health. They have a significantly high concentration of DHA that may prevent age-related cognitive decline.  The concentrated levels of nutrients in Raisins, apricots, prunes, dates also help heal damaged brain cells.


Good for the gut

Walnuts are proved to have potential good effects on the gut and so do tasty almonds. They are high in “good” fats.  Prunes contain nutrients and fibre that may help maintain digestive health. Premium quality dates from Dnine are rich in dietary fibre and can act as a constipation relief.


Powerhouse of nutrients

Nuts have plenty of protein, fat, minerals like iron, zinc, potassium, magnesium, and calcium, and B group vitamins. Most nuts are rich in unsaturated fats, essential to the body, and may even be useful in cases of high cholesterol.


Helps with weight loss

Researchers have found that eating limited quantities of nuts assists with shedding weight because the fibre and protein help you feel full longer and you are less likely to indulge in over-eating. Nuts also fit well into the keto diet menu.

Snacking is not the only way to include nuts in your meals. Many delicious and healthy recipes use different kinds of nuts.

If you don’t want to go through the trouble of cooking, you can try the Dnine’s unique flavours of nuts. Our Cashew with Spanish Tomato Flavour and other Premium Dry Fruits and Nuts are loved by many. All our products are chemical-free and sourced from local growers across the country so you can go nuts for nuts!