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      shailender
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      @shailender

      Dates are sweet fruits of date palm tree Phoenix dactylifera. Date palm trees are usually cultivated all over the world, but especially across tropical regions.

      The huge health benefits associated with dates have made them one of the best ingredients. Here are a few health benefits of dates:

      1. Very Nutritious

      Dates are a rich source of several vitamins and minerals apart from fiber and antioxidants. But dates are high in calories since they are dried fruit.

      A 3.5-ounce (100-gram) serving of dates provide the following nutrients:

      Calories: 277
      Carbs: 75 grams
      Fiber: 7 grams
      Protein: 2 grams
      Potassium: 20% of the RDI
      Magnesium: 14% of the RDI
      Copper: 18% of the RDI
      Manganese: 15% of the RDI
      Iron: 5% of the RDI
      Vitamin B6: 12% of the RDI
      2. High in Fiber

      Getting enough fiber is essential for your overall health. Dates With almost 7 grams of fiber in a 3.5-ounce serving are a rich source of fiber and may be beneficial for preventing constipation, promoting regular bowel movements.

      The fiber in dates also helps in controlling blood sugar. Fiber slows digestion and help prevent blood sugar levels from spiking too high after eating.

      3. Rich In Antioxidants

      Dates contain different types of antioxidants that help to avoid the development of certain chronic illnesses, like heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes.

      Overview of the three most potent antioxidants present in dates

      Carotenoids: Carotenoids promote heart health and also reduce the risk of eye-related disorders, like macular degeneration.

      Flavonoids: Flavonoids help reduce inflammation and have the potential to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, and certain types of cancer.

      Phenolic acid: Phenolic acids are known for their anti-inflammatory properties. They help to lower the risk of cancer and heart disease.

      4. Promote Natural Labor

      Dates have the potential to promote and ease late-term labor in pregnant women. Taking these fruits during the last few weeks of pregnancy promotes cervical dilation and also help in reducing labor time.

      The compounds present in the dates bind to the oxytocin receptors and appear to mimic the effects of oxytocin in the body.

      Tannins which are compounds present in dates also help facilitate contractions. Dates are also a good source of natural sugar and calories, which are necessary to maintain energy levels during labor.

      5. Natural Sweetener

      Dates are a source of fructose, a natural type of sugar found in fruit. Dates can be a healthy substitute for white sugar due to their sweet taste, nutrients, fiber, and antioxidants.

      6. Promotes Bone Health

      Dates contain several minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, calcium, and magnesium. These minerals have the potential to prevent bone-related conditions like osteoporosis.

      7. Give Relief from Anemia

      Dates are a rich source of many nutrients, which also include iron. A deficiency of iron can contribute to anemia, increasing the intake of iron-rich foods such as dates can help provide relief from anemia symptoms.

      8. Fights Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis (SAR)

      Dates have a positive impact on SAR (Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis), date palm immunotherapy is effective at decreasing several markers of inflammation in patients with allergic rhinitis.

      Dates are definitely worth adding to our diet, as they are both nutritious and delicious.

    • #24775

      Jennis
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      @JennisFr

      Very helpful here, I have to say! I think that such things a really healthy. I also think that you should take some good vitamins and supplements for you like those you can find at Canada Pharmacy, for example. Have a look there and good luck with it

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