Figs – Natural Remedy For Anemia
Dried figs can provide 25% of the recommended daily amount of iron that our body needs. To achieve maximum effect, eat this fruits with compote or fresh squeezed orange juice, which is rich in vitamin C, because this vitamin enhances the absorption of iron in the body.
Dried figs represent an excellent source of minerals. In addition to iron, figs are rich in copper, zinc, selenium, manganese, calcium and potassium.
This fruit contain essential omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and phytosterols, which can decrease the level of blood cholesterol.
Dried figs are an excellent source of many nutrients and also practical nutritional meal for athletes and professionals, and combined with nuts they are ideal snack. Tea made from this fruits cures diseases of liver, throat, respiratory organs, and bladder.
Fresh fig contains 80% water and 60% natural sugar and it is also very good for consumption. Sweet taste perfectly agrees with savory flavors, such as sheep and goat cheese, and can be added to various sauces or dishes. Compote, jam and fermented beverages can be made from fresh fruits.