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At first sight, raisins might be a little unpleasant because of their wrinkly, dry appearance.
However, you might want to put this aside since they are considered a healthy alternative for snacks or in recipes.
Raisin is a dry fruit, obtained through the dehydration of fresh grapes, keeping the same nutrients as the fresh version, but more concentrated.
It is rich in antioxidants, iron, and calcium and has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
Want to learn about 8 benefits of raisins?
Learn now the details of why raisins are good for your body!
Did you know that raisins can be even more beneficial if we put them in the water during the night?
Raisin water fights free radicals and protects our body from many diseases. It also aids the release of gastric juices, improving the food processing and absorption.
Besides that, if you drink raisin water for four days in a row, once a month, it helps with blood cleansing and stimulates liver function.
Isn’t it amazing?
Learn how to make your raisin water:
1 cup of raisins;
16 oz. of boiling water.
Bring some water to a boil and pour it over the raisins.
Let it rest for 15 minutes and wash the raisins with clean water.
After that, put the raisins in a container and add the 16 oz. of boiled water.
Let it rest in room temperature for 24 hours.
How to consume
The next morning, take a glass of this infusion, either warm or hot, still fasting. Do it for 4 days in a row, once a month, to get all the benefits mentioned.
Raisins are a very versatile ingredient, and it goes well in many dishes. But, if you don’t like bittersweet foods, try the raisin water and tell us what you think.
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