Dates are a fruit that has hardcore and thin skin. The name of the date tree is palm. In some places, this tree grows up to 20 meters in height. Dates first existed in India. It is cultivated in Iran in the southern regions of the country. The history of dates in Iran backs to the Achaemenid period. Dates are commercially produced in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Iraq, the UAE, Pakistan, Sudan and Libya. In addition to dates, which are the fruit of the palm tree, other components of the palm are also used extensively. The leaves and branches of this tree are used to make bags, baskets, bedspreads, and small decorative items. Date kernel flour is also used to make bread or as camel food. In some places, the kernels are dried and ground like coffee and used as a beverage. Types of dates

  • Pyarom
Pyarom dates are the most expensive dates in Iran. This date is grown in the southern provinces of the country, especially Hormozgan province. This date is known as chocolate date because of its light brown color. Pyarom dates are obtained at the foot of the mountains without any chemicals and its growth is completely normal.
  • Mazafati
People use this the most. The main origin of Mazafati dates is in Bam city of Kerman.
  • suborn same ran, and sambaton
More than 70% of the dates produced in Iran are colonial dates. The thick and semi-dry skin of this date has given it a long life.
  • Zahedi
This date has the highest export in Iran due to its light weight.
  • Shahani
Softness and sweetness are the characteristics of this type of date that has many fans.
  • Rabi
This date is produced in Sistan and Baluchestan province, although Iraq is one of the producers of this type of date.

Fat

Fiber

Sugar

Protein

Nutrients per 100 grams
Sodium 10 milligrams
Calcium 45 milligrams
Potassium 700 milligrams
Phosphorus 60 milligrams
Iron 1.3 milligrams
Niacin 1.8 milligrams
Thiamine 0.07 milligrams
Folate 13 micrograms
Energy 270 kilo calories

Benefits of Date

Beneficial for constipation

The fiber in dates makes the body resistant to cancer of the digestive system. Date pulp also prevents constipation.

 

Improve heart health

The antioxidants in dates remove cholesterol from body cells. It also contains isoflon, which reduces heart disease.

 

Bone health

Dates are a source of magnesium, selenium and manganese. All of these are essential for maintaining healthy bones and preventing osteoporosis.

 

Blood pressure regulator

Dates are rich in potassium and the minerals in dates regulate blood pressure.

 

treatment for diarrhea

High potassium in dates helps improve performance and is useful in treating diarrhea.

 

Brain health

Regular consumption of dates and similar fruits greatly reduces the risk of diseases in the elderly. Preventing Alzheimer’s and improving brain function is another benefit of eating dates

 

Increase energy

The nutrients in dates increase energy levels. Because dates contain natural sugars such as turpentine, fructose, and glucose.

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