Tuesday , October 19 2021

Increase the amount of protein in the body through these fruits during the corona period

New Delhi:  Protein is one of the essential nutrients for our body. In the midst of this corona virus epidemic, doctors are advising to take more and more protein. But we need to know from whom or who gets protein or what are protein foods. If protein is found only from meat, then the answer will be no. Protein is also found in fruits and vegetables. We will tell you about such fruits which will help in increasing the amount of protein in your body.


Fruits are like a rainbow of nutrients, all are packed with essential vitamins, which help keep you healthy. Fruits are not high in protein, but fruits are rich in fiber and carbohydrates and many other important nutrients. Fruits can also be a source of protein and if you are on a protein diet then you can include these fruits in your diet plan.


Raisins:  These dried fruits are full of nutrients. Golden raisins are a form of dehydrated or dried grapes. Raisins are also used in desserts like kheer. According to the data, 100 grams of raisins have 3 grams of protein.


Guava:  Guava is a very beneficial fruit. It is full of vitamin C. Guava is used in juices and different drinks. According to the USDA, guava contains plenty of fiber. 100 grams of guava contains 5 grams of fiber and 2.6 grams of protein.


Dates: A  high amount of protein helps in keeping your muscles strong. That is why people going to the gym are advised to eat dates. According to data from the United States Department of Agriculture, 100 grams of date palm contains 2.45 grams of protein along with 8 grams of fiber.


Prune or dry plum:  Another dry fruit prune is also rich in protein. It is made by dehydrating ripe prune i.e. potato bukhara and contains a significant amount of essential minerals i.e. minerals and vitamins along with some important macro-nutrients. Prune contains 2.18 grams of protein per 100 grams as well as 7 grams of dietary fiber.

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