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by Priyanshu

Date & Time: Jan 21, 2021 12:01 AM

Read Time: 3 minute

The winters have arrived and many parts of India are enjoying the chilly weather. However, a change in weather conditions calls for a change in our diet as well. Our body reacts to a change in the climatic conditions and it needs warmth to cope up with our exteriors. What could be better than relishing on tasty as well as healthy dry fruits?

Dry Fruits are the best source of keeping oneself warm and at the same time satisfying the cravings throughout the winters.  Loaded with rich nutrients, vitamins and minerals, Dry fruits serve as a great source of energy boosters as even soldiers carry dry fruits along with them to the war. A small amount gives them ample energy to fight long and tiring battles.     

It is a well-established fact that dates such as almonds, peanuts and walnuts help in maintaining the heat of the body. Additionally, dry fruits consist of 3.5 times more fibre, vitamins, minerals and micronutrients compared to fresh fruits making them a better choice.

5 Best Dry Fruits that can keep you warm in winter


Anjeer is a common name in Indian households. Also known as Figs, Anjeer is a powerhouse of all the essential vitamins, minerals and fibre. Filled with Vitamin A, B1, B12, iron, calcium, manganese, sodium, phosphorus, chlorine, potassium, and many more, Anjeer is highly beneficial in regulating blood sugar and insulin levels. During the winters, one’s mobility tends to decrease. In such a case, Anjeer is great for digestion. 


Popularly known as Pista in India and one of the favourite savouries of Indian, Pistachios contains all the essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that will help you fight the harmful UV Rays, ageing and also free radical damage. UV Rays cause maximum damage during the winters and so it becomes all the way more essential to have Pistachios in the diet.


Crammed with Omega-3 fatty acid, walnuts are known to be one of the healthiest dry fruits. The omega-3 fatty acid is really good for your hair and skin. Moreover, it also benefits in lowering high cholesterol levels.

It has also been shown that walnuts relieve the type of inflammation that contributes to heart disease, and they can help minimize the chances of a blood clot that could lead to a heart attack.


Another beloved dry fruit of Indians is the delicious cashew nuts. Cashew nuts are highly beneficial in regulating cholesterol and high blood pressure levels. Additionally, it also helps in relieving migraine ache. If you aspire for glowing skin in winter, Cashew nuts are the ideal choice for you as they are rich in Vitamin E, and also contain anti-ageing properties.


Known as the ‘King of Dry Fruits’ and full of fatty acids, protein, fibre, zinc, Vitamin E, and many more, Almonds not only provide exceptional satisfaction to our taste buds but also enhance blood circulation and haemoglobin levels and control cholesterol levels in our body. Almonds also provide much-needed warmth during the winters.

Dry Fruits possess all-in-one properties, be it finger-licking taste or a serving as a great source of nutrition. However, excess of anything is dangerous. Therefore, enjoy the chilly winters with your favourite dry fruits, but in an appropriate amount.  

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