May 21, 2023

Dates are one of the most important foods on the breakfast table in Ramadan, and eating them is Sunnah according to the Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, and it has important health properties and benefits for the body when eating it on an “empty stomach.” According to a report published on the Healthline website, dates are rich in fiber, sugars, calcium, protein, potassium and iron as well. It is a good source of vitamin B, which gives you a feeling of satiety throughout the day.

Among the most important benefits of dates when eating them for breakfast during the month of Ramadan:

1. Control sugar levels: Dates contain many fibers, which works to control blood sugar levels and helps give you a feeling of energy and activity for a good period.

  1. Appetite control: Dates contain a good amount of calories and protein, so they give you a feeling of satiety for a good period, and thus you can eat small amounts of food.
  2. Maintaining a healthy digestive system: Dates contain fiber that promotes regular bowel movement and thus prevents constipation and contributes to stool formation.
  1. Alzheimer’s and cancer resistance: Dates contain antioxidants that protect cells from free radicals that lead to many diseases, dates contain many antioxidants that have a number of health benefits, including reducing the risk of many diseases, as dates contain the highest antioxidant content Compared to other fruits, since it is also rich in flavonoids that help reduce inflammation and thus reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, cancer and diabetes.
  1. Promote heart health: Dates contain carotenoids that promote heart health and reduce the risk of eye-related disorders, such as macular degeneration.

6. Promotes brain health: Eating dates may help improve brain function and brain health, as laboratory studies have found that dates are beneficial in reducing signs of inflammation, reducing the risk of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, and resisting brain cell death.

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