Health & Nutrition

Heart Healthy            

A diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease.  Dates are free of saturated fat, trans fat, sodium and cholesterol.  Including dates into a daily diet contributes to keeping a heart healthy.

Antioxidant Rich
The antioxidant capacity of fruits, like dates, is believed to play an important role in the health benefits of diets high in fruits.  Dates are rich in Polyphenols, a plant antioxidant that have a higher capacity of reducing oxidative stress. Polyphenols destroy free radicals that can cause disease.  These compounds are found only in plants.

No Added Sugars

Dates produce their pure sweet flavor naturally, no added sugar is required.  Their wholesome caramel-like savory taste of all natural sugar invites the most tantalizing culinary creativity.  As an ingredient to any recipe, dates provide the perfect natural alternative to added sugars.

Naturally Low in Moisture

Dates are the naturally lowest moisture whole fruit grown the arid desert.  While most fruits range from 75 to 95 percent moisture, fresh whole dates are less than 30 percent moisture; making them Nature’s only naturally dry fruit.

A Good Source of Fiber

A low fat diet rich in fiber-containing grain products, vegetables, and fruits like Dates may reduce the risk of some types of cancer.  Dates are nutrient dense in Dietary Fiber, Potassium, and Manganese.

A Natural Balance of Minerals
Dates have a natural balance of many minerals such as calcium, magnesium, manganese, zinc, copper, iron, selenium and potassium.  All of these minerals work in harmony to help lower blood pressure on a daily basis.

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