Dried fruits can be an excellent addition to tea. They are tasty and nutritious, easy to digest. Compared with fresh fruits, they sometimes even have a greater concentration of biologically active substances: dried naturally at the harvesting site, fully ripened and accumulated a maximum of valuable substances. They are always available, regardless of the season, and have a long shelf life even at room temperature.
Nuts contain unsaturated fatty acids, which are not synthesized by the human body, but take a significant part in its metabolism, so they must necessarily be present in food. Nuts are so nutritious that they can successfully replace meat for vegetarians and raw food, adherents of diets and fasting. For others they can be a good support between the main meals: a handful of nuts is quite enough to charge the body with energy for a couple of hours.