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Palm against heart attack and cancer

Dates (palm)  are rich in antioxidants, fiber and minerals prevent heart disease and colon cancer and help strengthen bones. How you should eat a day and what kind is better?
Do you feel like something sweet munchies? Take palm. It is rich in fiber and antioxidants and a source of nine minerals (potassium, magnesium, iron, calcium, copper, zinc, phosphorus, manganese and selenium) and six B vitamins. Many of these minerals are essential for bone strength, prevent high blood pressure and protect against heart disease and blood vessels.

Eating dates does not cause an increase in blood sugar levels!
Eating dates in a quantity of one hundred grams a day, does not cause a rise in blood sugar levels and may improve the quality of blood cholesterol. Researchers found that the Technion and Rambam Medical Center did a study about to be published in the journal Agricultural and Food Chemistry.Professor Michael Aviram Faculty of Medicine Technion’s Rappaport and Rambam Medical Center,Israel, a researcher for many years the value of health of fruits and vegetables. Due to the fact that not only the level but also the quality of blood cholesterol – determine the degree of risk of heart disease and vascular (heart attack, stroke), is a research effort to find fruits and vegetables that contain highly active antioxidants that may improve the quality of blood cholesterol by inhibiting oxidation.
Oxidation of cholesterol is central to its absorption in the artery wall and cause blockage of the blood supply to the heart and brain, a phenomenon that causes heart attack or stroke, “explains Prof. Aviram. Advertising science he was the first to show that rewards the most effective are pomegranate, red wine (grape) and olive oil However – after studying the impact of dozens of fruits and vegetables on the delay in the development of heart disease and blood vessels.”Now it is the turn of the palm to be investigated,” says Professor Aviram. “Feared that since it was in the bomb sugars, diet rich in dates could lead to an increase in blood sugar levels. Study conducted on healthy subjects, found that eating a hundred grams of dates daily for one month did not cause an increase in blood sugar levels. Not only that, but level of fats (triglycerides) in the blood decreased significantly, as well as the degree of oxidation of fats in the blood.
“This study investigated Hhalawi and Medjool varieties and found that the strain Hhalawi has health benefits slightly Priority Medjool. This date joins the list of fruits that protect against atherosclerosis.And anti-oxidant new and interesting. Recently published study by Dr. Hamutal Borochov – Neo and her group Southern Arava R & D in collaboration with the research group of Prof. Aviram, first showed that drinking fruit juice in the South – African – Demerol (one hundred ml per day for three weeks) has beneficial effects both the quantity and the quality of blood cholesterol”.
 Palm is the fruit of the land of Israel known and commonly used in biblical times. It is a fruit that offers a variety of health properties and is an excellent alternative for snacks artificial because that is sweet and rich in fiber. Although the sweetness of the Palm glycemic index is not high making it a good fruit weight loss process healthier and various digestive problems such as constipation. The palm provides available energy and is good for athletes.

Benefits of PALMS:

• aid in weight loss process

• contribute to proper digestion

• Ideal natural energy snack

• contribute to the prevention of constipation

• Rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants

• help reduce cholesterol

• contribute to maintaining a healthy cardiovascular

• help prevent high blood pressure

• help maintain healthy teeth

Interesting: Natural drying

Dates, in contrast to most of the dried fruit, dry naturally while still on the tree. Drying is part of the natural maturation process


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