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Medjool dates are very good for bone heath and vision

Medjool dates have many health benefits such as help with normal growth and development, optimize digestion, ensure proper hormone production, boost metabolism, protect cognition, aid bone strength, lower blood pressure and lower cholesterol. There are a few side effects of eating medjool dates such as complications with diabetes or weight gain but generally they are considered as good fruit for the overall health. This is the fruit of the Medjool cultivar of the date palm which is scientifically known as Phoenix dactylifera. This tree has been cultivated for thousands of years because it is sweet fruit which contains a single stone and ranges in color from red to yellow when it is ripe and this depends on the cultivar. These dates are called king of dates because they have nearly global availability. They are also in the soft variety of dates which is opposed to dry and semi – dry varieties. Dates are usually elongated in shape, up to seven centimeters long and three centimeters wide and they often have dehydrated or wrinkled appearance.

Health benefits of medjool dates

Bone strength: Medjool dates have notable levels of calcium, copper, manganese and magnesium all of which are required to improve the bone mineral density in our bodies. Even if you have made blood tests and they show that you are not deficient in these mineral, this could be because our bodies is leeching minerals from our bones so it is very important to add this important mineral in every snack.

Promote growth: Medjool dates are not having high levels of protein but when they are in combination with magnesium, potassium and calcium, then it can boost the growth and ensure the proper development, particularly in children or when we are recovering from extended illness or injury.

Regulate hormones: Medjool dates have manganese which is the key element for hormone production and regulation. Manganese is essential for the production of sex hormones. This is a reason why you should consume medjool dates.

Reduce cholesterol: People who have high cholesterol should consume high levels of dietary fiber. Dates are high in calories and this is why they are not recommended for someone who is obese. They can ensure you that you will get enough dietary fiber which can help to rebalance your cholesterol levels and also it can reduce the risk of the cardiovascular disease.

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medjool dates benefits

Improve vision: Medjool dates have high amounts of beta – carotene which can be converted into Vitamin A which is a powerful antioxidant that is effective in treating the vision health. This vitamin has been associated with less oxidative stress in the retina, slowed development of cataracts and lower levels macular degeneration.

Boost metabolism: Medjool dates have Vitamins B such as folic acid, pantothenic acid and niacin which are important for regulating our metabolism and more than 300 different metabolic processes that go on within our bodies every single day. Medjool dates also have high levels of copper which can increase the iron absorption and it can contribute to energy generation within the body.

Regulate blood pressure: Medjool dates have notable amounts of potassium which can have positive effects on our blood pressure. This element is vasodilator. It is able to relieve tension in arteries and blood vessels which can ease the strain on the cardiovascular system and it can reduce your risk of atherosclerosis, heart attacks and strokes.

Aid digestion: Medjool dates have high amounts of dietary fiber. In a single serving of dates there are more than six grams of dietary fiber which is roughly 20 – 25% of your daily required intake which depends on the gender. We know that the dietary fiber is crucial for the proper functioning of our digestive tract. Fiber can also eliminate the constipation by stimulating peristaltic motion and it can regulate bowel movements. This can help you to get a relief from cramping, bloating, hemorrhoids and general stomach upset.

Pardhan Singh
Pardhan Singh
A seasoned natural therapist with degree in Ayurvedic Medicine (BAMS) successful in treating various diseases through Ayurvedic treatments. You can contact Pradhan at [email protected]


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