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Fight Anaemia, Treats Constipation, Improves Digestion, Helps In Reducing Fever, Dry Apricot Benefits For Skin, Clean Digestive Tract, Helps During Pregnancy, Regulate Heartbeat, Provides Good Vision, Help Increase Haemoglobin Production, Relieve Asthma, Enhances Skin Glow, Controls High Blood Pressure, Muscle Building, Blood Clotting.
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From a 100-gram amount of apricot one can have 48 Calories, 11% of carbohydrates, less than 1% fat, 1% protein and 86% Water and moderate(12% of daily requirements) source of vitamin A and C.
Apricots are not consumed raw much. Occasionally, as topping or deserts. Apricots are dried (mostly turkey does it) with sulphur dioxide, making the colour vivid orange. Those that are not treated with Sulphur dioxide are coarse and deep in colour. The nutrient content is increased, almost gets doubled.
Raw: 201 kJ of Energy, 11g Carbohydrate, 0.4 g fat, 1.4 g protein, 13 mg Calcium, 0.4 mg Iron, 10 mg magnesium, 0.2 mg zinc, 1 mg sodium, 259 mg Potassium, 23 mg Phosphorous and 0.077 mg Manganese.
Dried: 1009 kJ of Energy, 63 g of Carbohydrate, 0.5 g of Fat, 3.4 g of Protein, 55 mg of Calcium, 2.66 mg Iron, 32 mg of magnesium, 0.235 mg of manganese, 71 mg Phosphorous, 1162 mg of Potassium, 10 mg of Sodium and 0.29 mg of Zinc.
Apricots are grown commercially in Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir.
More precisely In Jammu and Kashmir, Apricots grow in Ladakh. Locally, they are known as “Chulli” . For anyone who visits Ladakh gets a box full of “Khubanni” from there. But if you are not planning any visit to Kashmir for the time being, you can order it from Kashmir online Store, who will surely make it available to you.