Dried dates

Dates are high in glucose and fructose instead of sucrose, making them similar in properties to honey. They contain a lot of salts and minerals, as well as iron, magnesium, zinc, potassium, phosphorus, sodium. Dates contain 23 different types of amino acids that are lacking in other fruits, such as: apples, oranges, bananas. Vitamins C, B1, B2, B6, niacin and pantothenic acid contained in these fruits promote carbohydrate digestibility and blood glucose levels. Pectin (0.5-3.9%) and fibers (6.4-11.5%) reduce the risk of certain types of cancer. Dates also contain fluoride, which protects teeth from decay, selenium, which reduces the risk of cancer, strengthens our immune system and reduces the risk of heart disease.

Dates contain 60-65% carbohydrates. You won’t find this high carbohydrate content in any other fruit.

Dates contain only 23% calories and 0% cholesterol. Although dates are low in calories, they have a high energy value. It is recommended to eat them instead of sweets. Dates are believed to contain all the essential ingredients for the human body, so it is likely that you could survive for several years if you only ate dates and drank water.

Enjoy dried dates in these OMEGAFUL crackers: