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Carob grows on trees, is a member of the legume family, and is frequently turned into a popular chocolate substitute. It's also known as locust bean or St. John's bread, and has been cultivated since the late 1800s in the Mediterranean and other parts of the world with similar climates. The tree produces brown, leathery pods six to 12 inches long with inedible seeds that turn from green to brown as they ripen. Raw, ripe pods are consumed by humans as a sweetmeat, but more often are used as animal feed due to their high sugar content.
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Thanks to their rich fiber content, dried apricots contribute to the health of the digestive system and reinforce the regular function of the digestive system. Dried apricots contain more fiber than fresh apricots. 30 grams of dried apricots include 2.4 grams of fiber; greatly contributing to the digestive system. Apricots are rich in many plant-based antioxidants.
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1 serving of dried mulberries contains approximately 12 percent of recommended fiber intake. Nowadays many people consume less fiber than the daily recommendation; therefore, consuming dried mulberries as a snack is a good way to increase dietary fiber content. This delicious fruit is an ideal source for both soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber aids in blood glucose management and in reducing harmful cholesterol levels, while insoluble fiber is essential for a healthy digestive system. Dried mulberries are rich in iron and calcium. 1 serving (30 grams) of dried mulberries covers 13% of daily requirement for iron and 10% of daily requirement for calcium. Iron reduces tiredness and helps you feel energetic, while carrying oxygen-rich blood cells all over the body. Calcium is essential for healthy bones and teeth and sufficient calcium intake can help prevent osteoporosis. Dried mulberries support intestinal health.
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An excellent choice that helps to regain the energy used in sports, contributes to restoration of the body after sports and activities thanks to its rich fiber content and aids in increasing sports performance. One serving (30 grams) of raisins contains 85 calories of energy, potassium and iron. Raisins are like natural sugar, so portion management is important!
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Prunes are a nutritious fruit. They are a good source of vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants. Thanks to their rich fiber content, prunes reinforce the regular function of the digestive system. Their fiber and sorbitol content contributes to intestinal health. It's recommended to limit intake at 44-87 grams a day. Prunes contain many vitamins and minerals, as well as fiber and antioxidants that can contribute to reducing the risk for many chronic diseases.
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Thanks to their rich fiber content, dried apricots contribute to the health of the digestive system and reinforce the regular function of the digestive system. Dried apricots contain more fiber than fresh apricots. 30 grams of dried apricots include 2.4 grams of fiber; greatly contributing to the digestive system. Apricots are rich in many plant-based antioxidants.
$5.99