Dried kiwi which has a sour taste is very popular among people, especially children and teenagers. Dried kiwi is very tasty and full of various health benefits, has great nutritional value and can be used as a healthy snack.
Potassium in dried kiwi
Potassium is one of the most important minerals in human health and a cup of dried kiwi can provide 562 mg of nutrients (12% DV) for your body. Together with sodium, this mineral plays an essential role in the formation, maintenance and balance of electrical charges of the membrane of every cell of the body.
Dried kiwi is rich in magnesium
One cup of kiwi contains about 31 mg of magnesium, which is 7% of the recommended daily allowance for adults. Magnesium is an essential micronutrient for human health because it participates in more than 300 different biochemical processes in the body. Nerve signal transmission, cell division, protein synthesis, blood pressure control, hormone synthesis, bone formation, getting rid of free radicals … and all of these are the benefits of magnesium.
Rich source of calcium
You may be surprised to learn that dried kiwi is also a great source of calcium, with about 61 mg of the mineral in a cup of dried kiwi. In addition, it plays important role in bone health. Calcium is important for proper muscle and nerve function, optimal enzyme function, hormonal balance and even the formation of blood clots.