Maybe you've read that dates are a superfood and you're sceptical. According to registered dietitian and author of The Superfood Swap, Dawn Jackson Blatner.
Dates have been called a superfood due to their high concentration of healthful chemicals including polyphenols.
These polyphenols in dates, and probably other beneficial substances, have been linked to a broad range of health advantages, according to preliminary study.
Dates are rich in flavonoids and other antioxidant-rich phenolic compounds like catechins, according to studies. This is why antioxidants are so beneficial to your body.
According to Harvard School of Public Health, they protect our cells from free radicals (chemicals that may damage cells) and aid in DNA repair.
The Mayo Clinic states that dietary fibre is an important part of a balanced diet since it aids in digestion, lowers the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and certain forms of cancer.
Doctor Crupain says, Two dates contain around 3 grammes of fibre, or about 10 percent of the daily requirement.
Dates' fibre content is noteworthy for its ability to curb hunger pangs, nourish beneficial gut flora, and maintain regular bowel movements.