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Selected High Quality Un-Pitted Dates washed & packed under strict, hygienic conditions. Natural Rich Source Of Minerals/High Energy & Low Fat

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Nutritional Information per 100gm Energy 352.7 kcal Protien 1.74 g Carbohydrates 86.3 g Fiber 7.12 mg Potassium 440 mg Calcium 58.6 mg Iron 0.90 mg

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  • Apis dates intrigued me to try new recipes like dates smoothie, porridge etc. I found it both delicious and nutritious at the same time.

    Pratima Kaushik

    I II III

  • My kids enjoy having milk these days since I started using crushed Apis dates with it instead of sugar. I am happy that they not only have something tasty but also healthy.

    Ivneet Kaur

    IIIIII

  • Apis dates are really fresh and tasty. I recommend and gift them to friends and family often.

    Dhiraj Gupta

    I II III

  • Improve Heart Health

    Just a handful of dates a day was found to improve heart health. The antioxidants in dates prevent atherosclerosis, which is basically the arteries getting hard and clogged with plaque. These antioxidants stimulate cholesterol removal from the artery cells. Dates also contain isoflavones (the second highest of any fruit) that are known to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

  • Help Regulate Cholesterol

    According to one Israeli study, intake of dates, even by healthy individuals, can have beneficial effects on cholesterol levels and oxidative stress. Dates contain no cholesterol. They are also rich in iron and have more fiber than bananas.

  • Improve Bone Health

    Dates are rich sources of copper, magnesium, selenium, and manganese – all of which are important to keep your bones healthy and prevent bone-related conditions like osteoporosis. Dates are also rich in vitamin K, which is a blood coagulant and helps metabolize your bones.

  • Regulates Blood Pressure

    Dates are rich in potassium, and the mineral helps lower blood pressure levels. One medjool date contains about 167 mg of potassium, which is relatively high compared to other fruits. Not taking adequate potassium can also lead to kidney stones.

  • Treat Diarrhea

    According to a report by the Columbia University Medical Center, diarrhea can get better or aggravated by the choice of foods you consume. Which is why choosing the right food is important. Dates, being high in potassium, can help improve the condition.

  • Promote Brain Health

    Dates have been found to offer protection against oxidative stress and inflammation in the brain. Regular consumption of dates and similar fruits has been linked to a lowered risk of neurodegenerative diseases and better cognitive performances in older individuals.

  • Prevent Colon Cancer

    Intake of dates can reduce the development of colorectal cancer and also increases the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut, and this promotes colon health.

  • Boost Energy

    The date fruit contains many nutrients that help boost your energy levels. It also contains natural sugars like sucrose, fructose, and glucose – all of which offer an energy boost.

  • Dates Benefits For Skin

    Dates contain vitamins C and D that work on the skin elasticity. Dates also come with anti-aging benefits; they prevent the accumulation of melanin in your body, which otherwise has undesirable effects.

  • Prevent Hair Loss

    Coming to the dates benefits for hair, it is equally effective. Being rich in iron, dates promote blood circulation to the scalp and promote hair growth. This happens as oxygen is properly dispersed to your entire body, your scalp included. This ultimately prevents hair loss and stimulates new hair growth.

  • Support Healthy Pregnancy

    Pregnant women need about 300 calories more than their non-pregnant peers. But most pregnant women tend to choose high-calorie foods that are low in nutrients, which is a mistake. This is where dates can help. Though a little high in calories, they are immensely nutrient-dense. Dates are also known to strengthen the muscles of the uterus in the last months of pregnancy.

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