In nutrition science, consuming foods in their season is an important issue, because the nutritional value of foods is higher when they are produced in their season. The “American Heart Association” has also confirmed the same point and has recommended the consumption of some autumn foods, which we will examine the properties of dates here.
Best season to consume dates:
According to Salamat News, quoting from Atiye Nou weekly, as much as consuming dates in the summer season causes problems such as acne, sensitivity, excess calories and feeling tired, it is great to consume them in the fall season. The first and most important reason is the provision of carbon hydrate (sugar) and energy necessary for the body in the cold season. Each date has 20 calories and contains five grams of carbohydrates and 2.8 milligrams of calcium. If you are not overweight, your blood concentration is not high, and you are not allergic to food, you can eat up to five dates a day. Dates also help regulate body metabolism.
The risk of heart attack is higher in the cold seasons of the year. But the antioxidants in Kurma Medjool Shah Alam increase the flexibility of the walls of the vessels and reduce the risk of heart attack. “Isoflavone” present in dates also reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Note: If your blood concentration is high, be careful when consuming dates. This is because the amount of iron in this fruit is high and increases blood concentration.
You don’t get fat
Dates regulate blood cholesterol levels. On the other hand, it makes the body resistant to “oxidative stress”, i.e. the destructive effect left over from food decomposition; Therefore, the risk of many types of cancer is reduced. These features are present in healthy people and in people with high cholesterol.
It flows smoothly
High blood pressure is another disease that consumption of dates can help regulate. The main reason is the high potassium content of dates. Each date contains about 160 mg of potassium. Of course, the amount of potassium is different in different types of dates; But its types contain a good amount of potassium. This element strengthens the muscles of the heart and veins and improves their function, thereby controlling blood pressure.
Dates are very tasty and rich in nutrients. Dates fruits have so many health benefits: Borong Kurma Shah Alam helps regulate blood cholesterol levels; helps prevent and treat cancer; strengthens and rejuvenates the skin and hair.
Date syrup mask is used in several ways and you can put it on your skin as a mask. Date syrup mask on the skin can be obtained by mixing date syrup with milk or mixing them with turmeric or lemon juice. You can even combine it with wheat flour and honey and leave it on your skin for 20 to 30 minutes and then enjoy the freshness of your skin.
Date vinegar on the skin
Dates grown in dry areas should be used to prepare date vinegar. Because they don’t have a lot of moisture and the possibility of mold in them is low. The sweeter the date, the later it turns into vinegar.
So, for producing vinegar, dates such as Piarom and Rabbi, which are dry, are very suitable for this purpose. Also, keep in mind that the dates should be free of mold because the mold of one date causes the reproduction and mold of all the ingredients in the date vinegar. The container used to prepare vinegar must also be disinfected and clean so that harmful foreign bacteria do not replace useful bacteria in the process of creating vinegar.
The diet of heart patients is not only based on the reduction of the symptoms of this disease, but in a way it also initiates the treatment process. The heart is one of the most important organs that largely loses its optimal function under the influence of bad eating habits. In addition, if you do not follow a healthy diet, the possibility of worsening heart diseases is very high. Although exercise has a great effect on heart health, until we eliminate unhealthy, high-calorie and fat-filled foods, there is less exercise that can keep us safe from the risks and heart disease. That is why how to adopt the diet of heart patients is a hot topic in medical circles, in order to achieve prevention, treatment and recovery.
Influential factors in the occurrence of heart diseases
Looking at the factors affecting heart disease, we see that many of them are related to diet and improper eating style, and some others are affected by the surrounding environment. For example, one of the most important causes of heart diseases is high blood pressure, which is related to the consumption of fatty and high-calorie foods. This is why it is claimed that by focusing on the diet of heart patients, their disease can be controlled to a large extent. In the following, we will maneuver more on the factors that cause heart problems.
Increase in blood fat, cholesterol and triglyceride levels
Abdominal and visceral obesity
Family history and heredity
Diabetes and increased blood sugar and glucose
Insufficient mobility and lack of attention to proper physical activity
A lot of stress in life and at work
The formation of fat deposits in the inner layer of the walls of the arteries
Arteriosclerosis or hardening of the arteries
Smoking and alcohol use
Useful foods in the diet of heart patients
There are many foods that have a special place in the diet of heart patients due to their usefulness, and as if without their bold presence, a suitable nutritional pattern cannot be drawn. Fortunately, various groups are included in this list and are able to complete the food basket of sick people.
Fruits: apple, pear, orange, grapefruit, strawberry, blackberry, peach, and Kurma Medjool
Vegetables: Kale, red cabbage, broccoli, spinach, green beans, green peas and garlic.
Meat: lean mutton, skinless chicken, fish and lean veal
Fish: salmon, sardine, trout, herring, mackerel
Legumes: red beans, whole grains, kidney beans, oats, soybeans and lentils
Nuts: walnuts, peanuts, dried figs and dried dates
Dairy: all types of low-fat or fat-free, low-salt cheese and cream-free ice creams
Spices: asparagus, ginger, cumin, turmeric and sumac
Breads: Whole meal breads
Vegetable oils: olive oil, corn oil, cottonseed oil, rapeseed oil, and canola oil