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Dates considered a blessed fruit are especially consumed during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
It is not only a custom to have dates during this holy month, but also a delightful
and delicious fruit to eat.
It is recommended to start Iftar by eating 2-3 dates,
as it provides the body with sugar, helping restore low blood
sugar after fasting all day. One of the most common reasons for headaches
or dizziness during Ramadan is low blood sugar, which is why eating dates is
very beneficial at the start of Iftar.
You need to consume about 2-4 servings of fruits per day.
2-3 pieces of dates are considered as one fruit serving and contain about 70 calories!
Another way to add dates to your balanced diet is to incorporate them into your sweet recipes, this way you will replace some of the sugar as dates are naturally sweet and tasty.
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