The use of dates.
Benefits of dates - dates become known for its valuable medicinal and nutritional properties for about 5 - 6 thousand years ago.
In the Arab countries dates are still considered a product for longevity and health.
Very valuable their chemical composition, they contain proteins, fats, carbohydrates, dietary fiber, B vitamins, vitamins A and E, essential amino acids, which are not any more in some fruits, minerals - selenium, iron, zinc, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, calcium. Energy - 100 kcal 282 g of product. But despite this, the researchers believe that moderate consumption of dates gaining weight is not threatened.
Dates help the heart, liver and kidneys, the normalization of acid - base balance in the body, are useful in intestinal disorders, that is, to create the most favorable environment for beneficial microflora.
The fruits of figs helps in cases of anemia, viral infections, relieve fatigue, useful in diabetes, paralysis of the facial nerve, rejuvenate the body after a long illness.
Benefits of dates - useful for hypertension eat 100 grams of dates for half an hour before breakfast for 3 - weeks, after a week`s break, the course can be repeated.
Dystrophy and loss of strength is useful decoction of dates with rice.
The fruits of dates is very useful for pregnant women and nursing mothers, providing ease of labor and the high quality of breast milk.
Dates helps to relieve bouts of depression, act as a mild sedative.
Dates are considered the homeland of the food drug and combine them with different products. Scientists believe that a glass of milk with one of Phoenicia is able to provide the body with a full day of the full range of nutrients.
Of contra - a tendency to migraines, kidney stones, for patients with chronic diseases of the stomach and intestines as food is better to eat figs cooked.
Site is not a guide to self-medication. Before using certain recipes require mandatory consultation of the doctor!
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