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Hello Oatlovers, dates are very popular during the fasting month. But Oatlovers are actually useful dates not only in fasting months but can also be fruits that are consumed daily because they are good for our health, what are the benefits of these dates? Next, let’s see!
1. High in fiber
It turns out that dates are rich in fiber, Oatlovers! Fiber is beneficial for our digestive health, overcoming constipation, and our bowel movements become regular.
2. Rich in nutrients
Besides being rich in date palm fiber also has good nutrition for health, the content of dried dates is higher than other fresh fruits. Dates are the fruits derived from the remaining carbohydrates derived from very small proteins, regardless of their calories dates contain vitamins and minerals.
3. Helping labor
Dates are known to help with women who are pregnant. Taking dates regularly during the last weeks of pregnancy can increase the widening of the cervix, thereby reducing labor induction. Dates also contain tannins which are compounds that help contraction. Dates are also a good source of natural sugars and calories needed during labor.
4. Bone health
Because dates contain minerals, phosphorus, potassium, and also magnesium. This can prevent Osteoporosis in our bones.
5. Increase brain function
It is known that dates are also useful for reducing the activity of beta amyloid proteins that can form brain plaques. The boxed plaque is dangerous because it can disrupt communication between brain cells which can cause brain cell death and Alzheimer’s disease.
Well that’s how Oatlovers are! The benefits of consuming dates every day, not only during Ramadan but can be consumed every day, don’t forget to have a healthy lifestyle and diligent exercise to better support our health. Good luck with Oatlovers!
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