- Strengthen memory
- Cure forget
- Educate the mind
- Cleanse the liver
- Brighten the eyes
Raisins are dried grapes. Use raisins in a variety of traditions and cultures may be different from each other. His name is also different between different cultures and language. It can be eaten raw or used in cooking and baking. Raisins are very sweet because if its high sugar concentration and, if it is stored too long, it will form crystals of sugar in the fruit. This led to his contract but does not effect its use.
A total of 60% by weight consist of sweet raisins, where half of it is the fructose and another half is glucose. Raisins are very high in antioxidants than prunes and apricots. Currants have long been used as a dietary source for essential fatty acids and tocopherols as antioxidants.
Benefits and Uses of Raisins
2. Protect the liver
3. Improve skin tone and elasticity
4. To help students improve their memory and rote
5. Fight the bacteria of the mouth (oral bacteria) that cause tooth decay
6. Improve circulation (including for condition such as varicose veins, swelling, bruising and blurred vision)
Raisins are the one of an alternative ingredients that should serve as a food to children. Therefore, people need to change the perception that raisins are only the food that is eaten during exams, certain gatherings or put in a bread or cake.
Children of today are no longer an aversion to foods that are too wide, otherwise they would prefer more casual meal. Therefore, parents need to make raisins as a snacks for children. To make raisins as a snacks to children, parents need to play a role. For children or adolescents who are familiar or like a raisins like that, it is not a problem anymore to parents.
However, if some do not like a raisins in its raw form, it can be mixed in a variety of other dishes by diversifying food meal mixed with raisins.