Golden raisins versus sun-dried versus currants for antioxidant content.
In fact, a new study found raisins can drop your bad cholesterol levels 13%. Fantastic, but which has more antioxidants—a sun-dried raisin, or a golden raisin—they’re actually both from the same grape, just processed differently. How many say sun-dried? How many say golden? And the answer is golden by a long shot. Only thing better, is to actually the same number of grapes themselves.
Which is healthier—raisins or currants? Currants in this country are typically just tiny raisins, but made from a different type of grape. How many think raisins are healthier? How many currants? The correct answer is… currants, which are made from champagne grapes, rather than their whimpier green counterparts. And since grape skins are the healthiest part of seedless grapes, smaller grapes and raisins tend to be healthier because there’s more surface area, more skin per volume.
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For more context, check out my associated blog posts: Stool Size and Breast Cancer Risk and Amla: Indian gooseberries vs. cancer, diabetes, and cholesterol.