Nuts and Dry Dates

Nuts and Dry Dates

POSHAN POORAK contains Almonds, Cashews, Walnuts, and Pistachios. It also contains dry Dates.

This carefully chosen combination of nuts and dates significantly increases the nutritive value of POSHAN POORAK by increasing the amount of crucial vitamins, minerals, fibre, antioxidants, and protein. They also provide heart-healthy fatty acids, the good fats. They help in reducing the risk of diabetes and heart disease and have strong anti-inflammatory properties.

Benefits of Ingredients



  • Dates are highly nutritious; they are packed with a lot of essential vitamins and other nutrients that can be extremely helpful to your overall health.
  • The fibre content in dates is exceptionally high; this can be highly beneficial to people who are suffering from health issues caused due to irregular bowel movements.
  • They have a high concentration of antioxidants. They are rich in Carotenoids, Flavonoids, and Phenolic Acid.
  • The regular use of dates is beneficial in reducing levels of inflammatory cytokines, thereby helping in reducing the risk of developing degenerative brain conditions such as Alzheimer's.
  • Dates can increase the production of insulin and also have several properties that can help reduce the rate of absorption of glucose from the intestine, which can help a lot in reducing the risk that is posed by diabetes.
  • Dates work as an anti-inflammatory agent. It's already known that the phenolics and flavonoids present in dates have an excellent capability in reducing the inflammation that occurs within the body.
  • Dates can help with bone health as they are highly rich in micronutrients such as selenium, manganese, magnesium, and copper. The need for these micronutrients in ensuring your bone health makes dates one of the essential supplements to be added to your diet if you are suffering from bone problems. The micronutrients in dates are also highly effective in treating bone conditions such as osteoporosis.
  • Dates are highly rich in nutrients such as potassium and, at the same time, contain very low levels of sodium, which makes it an extremely successful fruit in ensuring your neurological health. Foods that are high in potassium makes the communication between nerve cells easier. The low amount of sodium in dates also reduces the chances of hypertension, which in turn will help keep your nerves safe from increased blood pressure.


  • Cashews Are Rich in Heart-Healthy Fatty Acids
  • Cashews contain heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, including oleic and palmitoleic acids. These are essential fatty acids that are associated with lower levels of unhealthy LDL cholesterol and higher levels of healthy HDL cholesterol. As a result, the consumption of monounsaturated fats in cashews results in a decreased risk of cardiovascular disease,
  • Cashews are a blessing for people who do not eat seafood. Because cashews provide nearly 100 Percent of RDA of Copper, a trace mineral that we get in minimal amounts, mostly from seafood. Copper is essential for a variety of physiological reactions in the body, such as energy production, metabolism of iron, and neurotransmission. Failure to get enough copper may result in weak immune system functioning; higher risk of cardiovascular disease; increased risk of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's; and impaired bone health.
  • Cashews are rich in protein.
  • Eating cashews could boost Your Immune System
  • In addition to containing high amounts of copper, cashews are a great source of zinc. Failing to get enough zinc compromises your immune system functioning since this mineral is essential for the development of immune system cells, the production of antioxidant enzymes, and the activity of immune system regulators.
  • Cashews Are an Excellent Source of Antioxidants.
  • Contrary to what people assume, cashews contain no Cholesterol.
  • Eating cashews lowers the risk of gallstones.


  • Almonds are prevalent tree nuts. Almonds are high in healthy monounsaturated fats, fiber, protein, and various essential nutrients.
  • Almonds are high in antioxidants that can protect your cells from oxidative damage, a significant contributor to aging and disease.
  • Almonds are among the world's best sources of vitamin E. Getting plenty of vitamin E from foods is linked to numerous health benefits.
  • Almonds are incredibly high in magnesium, and most people are deficient in magnesium. High magnesium intake may offer significant improvements for metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes.
  • Low magnesium levels are strongly linked to high blood pressure, indicating that almonds can help control blood pressure.
  • Eating one or two handfuls of almonds per day can lead to mild reductions in "bad" LDL cholesterol, potentially reducing the risk of heart disease.
  • "Bad" LDL cholesterol may oxidize, which is a crucial step in the development of heart disease. Snacking on almonds has been shown to reduce the oxidation of LDL significantly.
  • While nuts are low in carbs, they are high in protein and fiber. Studies show that eating almonds and other nuts can increase fullness and help you eat fewer calories.
  • Though almonds are high in calories, eating them doesn't seem to promote weight gain. Some studies even suggest the opposite, showing that almonds can enhance weight loss.


  • Pistachios have high levels of unsaturated fatty acids and potassium. Both have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory traits.
  • They can lower your chances of cardiovascular disease.
  • Pistachios are bursting with the fiber, minerals, and unsaturated fat that can help keep your blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol in check.
  • Their fiber and protein can make you feel fuller for longer. This fiber can also have a positive effect on your gut by helping the good bacteria in the guts.
  • They can help you manage your weight since they're a nutritious and satisfying snack. This may help you eat less overall and lose weight.
  • Some studies suggest that eating pistachios lowers the amount of fat and sugar (glycemic index) in your blood, as well as improves the flexibility and tone of your blood vessels.


  • Walnuts are an excellent source of antioxidants that can help fight oxidative damage in your body, including damage due to "bad" LDL cholesterol, which promotes atherosclerosis.
  • Walnuts are a good source of the plant form of omega-3 fat, which may help reduce heart disease risk.
  • Eating walnuts nourishes not only you but also the beneficial bacteria that live in your gut. This promotes the health of your intestines and may help reduce the risk of diseases.
  • Several plant compounds and nutrients in walnuts may help decrease inflammation, which is a key culprit in many chronic diseases.
  • The polyphenols in walnuts may reduce your risk of certain cancers, including breast, prostate, and colorectal cancers. However, more human studies are needed to confirm this.
  • Though they're calorie-dense, you may not absorb all of the calories in walnuts. Additionally, they may even help you control appetite and hunger.
  • Eating walnuts may help control type 2 diabetes and reduce your risk of the disease, as the nut may help control your weight. Walnuts might have more direct effects on blood sugar control as well.
  • Walnuts contain nutrients that may help protect your brain from damaging inflammation and support proper brain function as you age.
  • Some studies suggest that eating 1 ounce (28 grams) of nuts daily, including walnuts, as part of a heart-healthy diet may help improve blood pressure.
  • A healthy diet that includes walnuts may help preserve physical function, such as walking and self-care abilities as you age.
  • Regularly eating walnuts may help counteract the potentially harmful effects of less-than-ideal eating habits on sperm health.
  • A daily 1.5-ounce (43-gram) serving of walnuts may help lower harmful cholesterol and triglyceride levels, which contribute to heart disease risk.


Millets (Finger Millet – Ragi, Foxtail Millet – Navane, Browntop Millet – Korle); Lentils and Pulses (Horse Gram – ¬Hurali, Green Gram – Mung, Bengal Gram – Channa); Super Foods (Quinoa, Chia Seed, Flax Seed); Amaranth (Rajgira Grains); Nuts (Almonds, Cashews, Walnuts, Pistachios); Spices (Fenugreek Seed, Caraway Seed, Cardamom, Nutmeg, Clove, Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Saffron); Dry Dates and Jaggery; Edible Guar Gum, and Edible Acacia Gum.