Date: Properties and benefits

The date is a tropical fruit with great beneficial properties. It is a fruit that is relatively “poor” in water (it contains only 60% of its weight) but still very beneficial for our body. It is a true concentration of virtues and boasts anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. This is due to the abundant presence of vitamins and mineral salts. In particular, this fruit is very rich in magnesium and is therefore very useful for the well-being of brain activity and for our metabolism. It also contains potassium, calcium, phosphorus, sodium, iron and other precious mineral salts which make it an excellent remineralizer, particularly useful in summer. It is particularly rich in B vitamins and is therefore very beneficial for cell regeneration processes. This fruit also contains vitamin C in fair quantities, which makes it an excellent ally of our immune system. Due to the benefits that this fruit is able to bring to the complex of vital functions of our organism, it would be advisable to eat it every day, preferably for breakfast, always natural and not in the “treated” versions (dehydrated dates).