- 1 dried figs
- 2 Benefits of dried figs
- 3 nutritional value of dried figs
- 4 References
It characterized dried fruit that most of the content of the water was removed Boiszh drying methods, and is dried figs and one of the most species prevalent, belong the fruit of the fig tree, known scientifically as Ficus carica, characterized as the only fruit that ripen on the fruit, is sweet and good for health, due in originally from Turkey and even India, and spread in many sea states white average while is currently the United States, Turkey, Greece and Spain producing basic Tin powder which is available throughout the year, and it should be noted that the dried figs are often used as a treatment for constipation due to its content of fiber as It is a good substitute for fat in baked, while used figs cooked old sweetener instead of sugar and still some countries used to now, it can also eat figs fresh or grilled, or roasted, or freeze it or buy it frozen, and is recommended when you buy it fresh, get rid of the leg after incising half and then removed from the fruit.   
Benefits of dried figs
The following points illustrate the most important benefits of dried figs:  
- The possibility of contributing to the prevention of osteoporosis: This is due to the high content of calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, these nutrients and supports bone growth and maintain, as can potassium and calcium can help slow osteoporosis and reduces the loss of calcium through the urine, as I found an article review published in 2018 that there is a strong relationship between figs consumption and bone health also show that the content of these Elmaan is close to a large extent of breast milk.
- Promote weight loss: so when consumed in moderate amounts due to the content of the fibers that increase the feeling of fullness and fighting hunger, which in turn contributes to reducing calorie intake, showed School of Medicine Harvard diet high its content of fiber in addition to promoting weight control, it can also it protects against heart disease and vascular and diabetes, as illustrated study published in 2017 that there is a positive correlation between high body mass index and follow a diet low in fiber, and the enjoyment of taste sweet naturally makes it a good alternative for consumption instead of cake and chips sweetened and processed foods.
- Promote healthy skin and hair: as the diet is reflected directly on healthy skin, hair and nails, and is considered figs rich in antioxidants and other micro-nutrients that contribute to it, and explained the study that the fig content rich in antioxidants and contain gallic acid, and Alkatychen, saponins, and other phenols may protect the skin from stress and retard aging, and the characteristics of anti-microbial protect against bacterial infection of the skin and enhances the body's defense, and leads dried figs contain zinc and iron to promote hair growth, reduce hair loss.
- The possibility of improving memory: reduces oxidative damage in the brain due to contain high antioxidant intake, such as flavonoids, and Alkirsatin, acid Alvriolik, and anthocyanins, which may delay also will be a plaque in Alzheimer's disease and struggling neurodegeneration, but it should be noted that it is still there is a need for more studies.
- Diabetes: Despite the high content of dried figs from the sugar naturally, but it is a good choice for those who suffer from diabetes, a review article published in 2018 has shown that many types of figs, including the common figs can reduce the level of glucose in the blood , and improves the response to insulin also contain figs on a high vitamin e intake, and sterols, and coumarin, tannins, and other vital compounds possess anti-diabetic properties, and explained the other evidence that the fig tree leaves may help with symptoms of diabetes control, and explained the study published in 2016 was conducted on mice that the fig leaf extract improves insulin sensitivity also has other features anti-diabetes, but it is worth noting that although the figs may be a good addition to the diet for diabetics, but you should consult your doctor with care that figs is not a substitute for healthy diet, medications, or blood test.
- A rich source of antioxidants: where I found one of the studies conducted in the vital center and in the laboratory that dried figs rise in the content of antioxidant phenolic also enhances fatty proteins in blood plasma, and is protected by later oxidation,  It is believed that antioxidants retard aging and reduce of cell damage that results because of free radicals that cause oxidative stress, and the most important antioxidant that contains dried figs Alkmpfirol, and Alkirsatin, and called for Epicatechin gallate.  
- High Amahtwah of nutrients: as the dried figs contains less amount of water, leading to the concentration of food in it, also contains fiber, phosphorus, and is a cup one of it, which weighs 149 grams accounted for 24% of the daily intake of calcium, and 38% of manganese, and 25% of magnesium, 29% of the vitamin K, 3% of vitamin c, and 29% of potassium, which causes a feeling of fullness when sugar cravings consumption but it is recommended careful dried unsweetened eating figs that does not contain added sugar. [ 7] 
The nutritional value of dried figs
Is a single pill that weighs 8 grams of dried figs of sugar is equivalent to 8% of the intake daily content, and 2% of carbohydrates, and 3% of the fiber,  also contain one pill that weighs 8.4 grams on other nutrients and are shown in the table as follows: 
- ↑ Barbie Cervoni (31-1-2019), "Fig Nutrition Facts"، www.verywellfit.com, Retrieved 6-4-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Adda Bjarnadottir (4-6-2017), "Dried Fruit: Good or Bad?"، www.healthline.com, Retrieved 6-4-2019. Edited.
- ↑ "Fruit of the Month: Figs", www.webmd.com,22-3-2016، Retrieved 6-4-2019. Edited.
- ^ أ ب Natalie Butler (10-11-2016), "The Health Benefits of Figs"، www.healthline.com, Retrieved 6-4-2019. Edited.
- ^ أ ب ت ANDRA PICINCU (5-3-2019), "Health Benefits of Dried Figs"، www.livestrong.com, Retrieved 6-4-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Vinson JA1, Zubik L, Bose P and others (24-2-2005), "Dried fruits: excellent in vitro and in vivo antioxidants."، www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov, Retrieved 6-4-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Ariana Marini, "10 Foods High in Potassium"، www.everydayhealth.com, Retrieved 6-4-2019. Edited.
- ↑ "Nutrition Facts for Dried Figs", www.tools.myfooddata.com, Retrieved 6-4-2019. Edited.
- ↑ "Basic Report: 09094, Figs, dried, uncooked a ", www.ndb.nal.usda.gov, Retrieved 6-4-2019. Edited.
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