These fiber packed fruits, rich with many nutrients, are good for digestion and the digestive tract.
The dates are an ideal substitute for the unhealthy sugar due to the many natural sugars that they contain. One of the best things about the dates is that they repress cravings, especially if eaten in the afternoon as a snack, and are digested fast.
Due to their unique composition, they are like multivitamins which are safe and good for kids and adults too. They cure many conditions such as anemia, cholesterol, cancer and more.
DATES ARE RICH IN IRON
100 g dates contain 0.90 g iron and that is 11% of the daily need. Thus if you suffer from anemia you should eat a lot of dates. Iron is one part of the hemoglobin in the red cells in the blood, which carries the oxygen form our lungs through the whole body. Teenagers and pregnant women need this protein the most.
GOOD FOR THE EYES
Dates contain lutein and zeaxanthin, these carotenoids are good for eye health. By soothing the eye retina and macula, the eyesight becomes better, so as we age the damage to the macula is prevented.
Dates are rich in calcium and this mineral is crucial for digestion and stopping diarrhea. This fruit protects and makes the gut flora healthy. By regular consumption you provide good bacteria for the stomach and intestines.
If you want to make your digestion better and remove toxins, you can prepare your own dates solution by leaving a few dates in a glass of water over night. They will release juices that are laxative and work up the intestine well. In the USA they are put in small bottles like medicine and 100 g of this has 8.5 g fiber.
According to a survey carried out by the Jordan university of Science and Technology, eating dates a month before delivery reduces pain and bleeding. Women who ate dates gave birth easily than those who didn’t eat this fruit. Dates are said to help women cure the postpartum depression easily and have more milk lactation for the babies.