Question: Are Turkish apricots bad for you?

Apricots are a recommended health food In fact, weight for weight the dried form contains more of the antioxidants, minerals and fibre than the raw original. So dried apricots are recommended, including by the NHS for their health benefits which include important levels of Vitamins A and C, fibre and minerals.

Are Turkish apricots healthy?

Apricots Turkish Dried apricots have calcium, which strengthens your bones and preserves nerve function. They also include magnesium.

Are Turkish apricots better?

The flavors of both kinds of apricots is absolutely delicious, so it is hard to pick the wrong dried apricot to cook with or on which to snack. The Turkish Apricot variety has a slightly sweeter flavor, and the California Apricots tend to be less sweet, but have intense “apricot” tart flavor.

Why is dry fruit bad for you?

Dried fruit can boost your fiber and nutrient intake and supply your body with large amounts of antioxidants. However, they are also high in sugar and calories, and can cause problems when eaten in excess. For this reason, dried fruit should only be eaten in small amounts, preferably along with other nutritious foods.

Are Turkish apricots the same as dried apricots?

Yes, these are interchangeable. Turkish apricots are simply grown in Turkey. It is quite possibly a different cultivar (variety), since many cultivars are grown worldwide.

What is the health benefit of apricot?

Rich in vitamin A, beta-carotene, and other carotenoids, apricots are excellent for promoting eye health. Lutein helps to support retina and lens health, while carotenoids and vitamin E support overall vision. Apricot nutrients also help to reduce the risk of macular degeneration and cataracts.

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