Dates, The Persian pearls

Persian dates are very different from the ones that comes from Nord- Africa. For example: the peel is much thiner, the inner pulp is more tasty and it is such oily that nearly melts in one’s mouth.
Hence, the fresh Persian Dates have an easy to digest pulp and contain non refined sugar such as, fructose and dextrose.
For this reason Persian Dates are considered to be a revitalizing fruit that is useful for those who suffer from lack of energy.
Given the high energy providing power, the consume of the Dates is suggested for who follows a diet that requires lots of energy.Particularly, it is suggested for physical weakening and weariness cases..
Dates also contain Vitamins B1, B2 and B6 iron, potassium, copper, zinc, calcium, manganese and phosphorus. Tyrosine is only essential amino acid that is missing to the Dates composition.

Nutritional value for 100g of Persian Dates:
Carbs 18mg
Proteins 0.4mg
Cholesterol 0mg
Fibers 1.6mg
Vitamine A 35.8IU
Vitamine K 0.6mcg
Niacina 0.4mg
Vitamine B 60.1mg
Folat 3.6mcg
Calcium 15.4mg
Iron 0.2mg
Phosphorus 14.9mg
Magnesium 13mg
Zinc 0.1mg
Copper 0.1mg
Manganese 2mg