The assorted gift hamper includes the following packs:
Roasted Flax Seeds: Packed with fibre in each tiny seed, adding 2-3 tablespoons of flaxseeds to your diet promotes regular bowel movements and can improve your digestive health.
Roasted Sunflower Seeds: Sunflower seeds are rich in antioxidants such as selenium and vitamin E. These antioxidants prevent or limit oxidative damage to your cells, thus protecting you from chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer.
Roasted Watermelon Seeds: Watermelon Seeds provide a rich source of both monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are useful in protecting against heart attack and stroke. It also helps in lowering the bad cholesterol in the blood.
Roasted Chia Seeds: Despite their tiny size, chia seeds are often treasured as one of the most nutritious food on the planet. They are loaded with fibre, protein, omega-3 fatty acids and other micronutrients.
Roasted Pumpkin Seeds: Pumpkin seeds are fully loaded with nutrients. They are a rich source of magnesium which is necessary for the bone development of our body. Being rich in fibre and protein, these seeds also help in keeping the blood sugar levels under control.
Walnuts: They are a rich source of vitamin E and gamma-tocopherol which is one of the strongest lipid-soluble antioxidants. It can help in fighting free radicals and maintain healthy skin.
Almonds: Amongst all the nuts, almonds contain relatively highest amount of vitamin E. They are considered as the best natural source of vitamin E which provides about 37% of the recommended daily intake. Vitamin E helps prevent the cells from oxidative damage.
Cashew Nuts: They contain proanthocyanidins and are also rich in copper which can fight against cancerous cells and prevent the risk of colon cancer.
Hazelnuts: Being rich in unsaturated fats, high in magnesium, calcium, vitamin B and E hazelnuts prevent the risk of cancer, and aids in muscle, skin and bone health.
Pistachios: Pistachios contain phytosterols and unsaturated fatty acids which can help in keeping the heart healthy.
Brazil Nuts: Brazil nuts contain ellagic acid, which has high anti-inflammatory properties, thus helping you prevent from inflammatory diseases. They are also rich in Selenium which also defends against free radical damage and inflammation.
Pecan Nuts: Adequate intake of minerals like magnesium are necessary for nerve functioning and brain functioning. Pecans are a rich source of manganese, a powerful antioxidant. This antioxidant protects the human body from several infections, thus boosting the immunity.
Macadamia Nuts: Macadamia nuts are a rich source of monounsaturated fats which helps in lowering the risk of heart diseases and strokes. Apart from fats, these nuts are also high in calcium selenium and phosphorus which strengthens the oral health and mineral bone density, thus preventing you from the risk of osteoporosis.
Brown Raisins: Raisins are a good source of fibre. These tiny dried fruits start to swell in presence of water, which gives a laxative effect to the stomach and cures digestion problems like constipation. A recommended daily intake of about 3-4 raisins a day keeps the bowel movements of the stomach stronger and helps to keep toxins and foreign particles away from the body.
Dried Cranberries: Cranberries contain the highest amount of antioxidants. They are also rich in flavonoids which prevents the harmful bacteria from sticking to the internal linings of the uterus, thus keeping Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) at bay.
Dried Blackcurrant: Blackcurrant are known for their high vitamin C content, GMA (Gamma Linoleic Acid) and potassium. They contain twice the potassium found in bananas and the antioxidant content is twice than that found in blueberries.
Candied Apricot: Slightly sweet and candy like, this fruit is packed with fibre and nutrients, making it a perfect accompaniment to something with carbs to fill out your bellies. It is highly rich in dietary fibre, helping you to detoxify your digestive system and keep you away from stomach disorders.
Candied Pineapple: Candied pineapple is fully jammed with a protective enzyme called bromelain. This enzyme is known to fight inflammation which affects the cells and tissues of the body. Bromelain is also effective when it comes to treating scars and injuries. It also acts as an immune booster in pineapple, hence it is recommended to consume enough pineapple around cold and flu season.
Dried Papaya: It is a rich source of carbohydrate which can help boost energy and keep you active throughout.
Dried Fig: Figs are packed with potassium, a nutrient which is essential in controlling the high blood pressure. It is also a good source of natural fibre, thus helping you to keep your body weight under control.
Dried Blueberries: Blueberries are said to have the highest antioxidant capacity amongst all superfoods. Due to this, it helps in protecting the body against neurodegenerative diseases and digestive diseases.