Nutritional value of dates

Dates are a stable tree with 14 species known in the world and its fruit has many properties and is used as a main food in Arab countries. Iran is one of the main producers of high quality dates. Fruit and date kernels are both nutritionally valuable and used in medicine and treatment of diseases. The most important properties of dates include antipyretic, sedative, especially its core, anti-cancer, stimulant and enhancer of physical strength and sexual power. Eating dates removes weakness, lethargy and lethargy from the body. To learn more about the most important properties of dates and therapeutic benefits of this heavenly fruit, read on.

Dates are an excellent source of nutrients such as potassium, manganese, iron, and zinc, as well as vitamins (A), (E), (B) and (C). Polyphenols, piperine derivatives, plant fiber, antioxidants and sterols are other effective ingredients in date fruit.

Know the difference between dates and dates

Many people think that rotb is the same as dates. But there are differences between the two. The ripening process of date fruit has four stages. During these stages, changes in color, taste and size occur. At first, it is hard and green in color, the taste of which is bitter and slightly astringent. Over time, its moisture content decreases and its sugars increase until it is finally ripe. Rutab is the stage before dates that have more moisture and less sugar.

Rutab of some types of dates has a good oral consumption. In the ripening stage, its texture hardens and its moisture is minimized. The color of ripe dates is completely brown to black. At this time, the date has high fructose and glucose and low sucrose. Its texture is uniform and sometimes wrinkled. From the fruits of palms that are wet, we can give the example of wet wet. The most famous date in the market is Pyaram date.