Date Seed Coffee - The Healthy Caffeine Free Coffee Alternative — LDL

WHITE CHOCOLATE, WALLNUT STUFFED DATES WITH PISTACHIO

Dates are full of benefits for our body and mind. They provide vitality: being rich in calories and sugar (80% of the date is made of sugar), as well as being easily digested and absorbed, they provide you with an immediate source of energ. Are rich in essential nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. They are rich in fibre which facilitates digestion and moderates bowl function, helping prevent constipation. And of course are extremely heart healthy as they have only traces of fat, are cholesterol free and rich in phenolic oil and antioxidants which are especially potent to decrease the LDL-associated aldehyde (TBARS) levels and LDL-associated lipid...


Israeli Date Varieties - The Healthiest Dates In The World

Fresh dates are harvested after a short period of maturation (5-6 months) in the tree. They must be kept in the fridge and they are widely cultivated in Israel from where most of the European imports come. Dates are a rich source of fiber and a special group of antioxidants that attach themselves to harmful, oxygen-free radicals and remove them from the body. Research conducted by Prof. Michael Aviram and colleagues from Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center and Technion- Israel Institute of Technology, published (2013) in the prestigious Journal of Agriculture Food Chemistry demonstrated that  all nine varieties of dates grown in Israel and found on any supermarket shelf have characteristics that...


Health Benefits of Date Fruit and Date Seed

    Note: An edited extract of mainly the following research papers:  "Review: Nutritional Properties and Benefits of the Date Fruits (Phoenix dactylifera L.)" by Saada M Al-Orf et al. In book: "Nuts and seeds in health and disease" Chapter 53: Date seeds: Usage of date seed extract in health "Anti-atherogenic properties of date vs. pomegranate polyphenols: the benefits of the combination" by Mira Rosenblat, Nina Volkova, Hamutal Borochov-Neori, Sylvie Judeinstein and Michael Aviram, 2015. Phoenix dactylifera L. is known as the date palm. There are over 600 kinds of dates based on the shape and organoleptic properties (Baliga et...