Dried apricots

Dried apricots cannot boast of an abundance of vitamins, but minerals – potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron and phosphorus – are significantly more than in fresh apricots. Dried apricots contain a lot of organic acids and pectin, which effectively remove heavy metals and radionuclides from the body. Dried apricots are sweetened by a large amount of glucose, sucrose and fructose. Their total share can be more than 80%.

Apricots have a lot of potassium (fresh fruit – 305 mg%, and dried – up to 1717 mg% ), so when you consume them, you supplement the entire cardiovascular system with this important trace element. Apricots are especially useful for arrhythmia, myocardial infarction and high blood pressure. Thanks to potassium salt, the kidneys are cleansed and thus useless fluids are removed from the body. They are also beneficial for people with kidney disease. Apricots contain a lot of phosphorus and magnesium, which improve brain activity, memory and the conduction of nerve impulses.

A lot of iron is well absorbed by the body from this fruit, so it is recommended to eat this fruit in case of anemia and toxicosis during pregnancy. Fresh and dried apricots help to loosen the bowels, making them a valuable snack for children with indigestion. The vegetable fibers in dried apricots helps to clean the intestines.

Apricots contain beta-carotene (vitamin A), which gives the fruit its bright orange color and helps improve vision and skin condition.

These fruits contain flavonoids that help strengthen the walls of blood vessels, especially for those suffering from varicose veins. Pectin helps to clear toxins, lowers cholesterol levels in the blood. Apricots help to cope with common chronic intoxication. This fruit is very useful for people working in dangerous industrial, chemical industries and ordinary citizens whose environment is full of smog and exhaust gases.

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