In a three-week study, 21 people consumed 7 dates (168 grams) per day. It is interesting to note that the bowel movements of these participants and the frequency of their abdominal function had increased.
Eating dates can also help with bone health. These dates contain small amounts of calcium and acceptable amounts of potassium, manganese and copper. All of these minerals are essential for bone health.
Antioxidants in dates reduce plaque by controlling inflammatory markers This reduces Alzheimer’s disease