They provide vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, sugars and fiber.
Among other benefits, dates have a laxative effect, improve cardiovascular health and fight fatigue.
Its consumption in diabetics is not recommended because of its high sugar content.
Minerals in abundance. Potassium: it is the most abundant mineral in the fig: 232 mg / 100 g in the fresh and 680 in the dry. Rich in fiber. Salute flavonoids. Differences between fresh and dried. Metabolic and digestive health. Strong bones and nerves. Good for the skin.
This nutrient is essential for resistance to infections (not surprisingly, orange juice is the most used natural resource to prevent colds and flu); increases the absorption of iron, calcium and phosphorus and has antioxidant properties.
They relieve constipation. Rich in fiber, these dried apricots, taken moderately prevent constipation and facilitate intestinal transit. They fight against iron deficiency anemia. Power supply. Regulates blood pressure. Take care of our vision.
Good for pregnant women. Its richness in proteins and minerals – such as calcium and magnesium – make it especially beneficial during pregnancy and pregnancy. Dairy alternative. Invigorating for young people and athletes. Healthy heart. Immune booster.
The fats and minerals that nuts contains can help to prevent cardiovascular disease and have a healthy heart. Reducing cholesterol is one of the great benefits of this bio product because of its high content of Omega 3 fatty acids of vegetable origin.