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makhana 500gm, lotus seeds white, phool makhana 250 gm, lotus seeds pop gorgon nut, puffed kernels,

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Fox nuts, also popularly known as makhana, make for amazing snacks to munch on. Roasted with a spoonful of ghee and topped with a dash of salt and pepper, crunchy makhanas taste heavenly. In fact, they are deemed nutritious and have paved their way into the list of 'healthy foods.' Fox nuts (or lotus seeds) come from a plant known as Euryale Fox that grows in the ponds in eastern Asia. They are low in cholesterol, fat and sodium, making them an ideal snack for untimely hunger pangs. They are also gluten-free, protein-rich and high in carbohydrates. Moreover, makhanas are known to help lose weight. If eaten in the right quantity and right manner, makhanas may stimulate your weight loss journey.    

1.Makhanas, also called fox nuts, or lotus seeds, come from a plant called Euryale Fox which grows in the stagnant water of wetlands or ponds in Eastern Asia. They have been used in Chinese medicine since 3000 years and find an important place in the science of Ayurveda too.

2.Phool Makhana also finds significance in religious ceremonies in India and is a popular 'fasting' dish prepared during Navratri and other occasions.

3.They are low in cholesterol, fat and sodium. This makes them an ideal snack to satiate those in-between meal hunger pangs.

4.Phool makhana is rich in calcium and this important mineral has a benefit to strengthen our bones. To support your daily activity, you need to ensure yourself that you get a good amount of calcium intake each day. Although there are lot of calcium supplements in today’s market, but consuming makhana is a lot healthier.

5.Dry Fruit Hub have most of the Products are Agricultural that we tend to procure direct from farms. Then we select the Best Ones. therefore Actual Product might slightly vary from Image and lot to lot. These products are packed in an integrated nuts & dried fruits processing unit and may contain occasional traces of other nuts & dried fruits.

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