Ajwa Dates

Dates are considered superfoods. Most of the world date production is from the Middle East and North Africa. Dates contain many vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients. They are rich in fiber and a good source of energy. The science tells us ajwa dates are one of the richest in antioxidants and nutrients and contain many health benefits. They are mainly grown in Madina in Saudi Arabia.

AJWA Al Madina Hadith 12X7 Strips Imported from Madina Munawarah

Ajwa dates increase body immunity, prevent anemia, improve digestion, boost bone health, and anti-inflammatory. Ajwa dates also help in childbirth and increases breast milk in lactating mothers.

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Food -- The Alternative Medicine is a blog about foods that I mostly have tried in the past 10 years to reduce or replace the medicine I am taking. I am a woman in the early fifties. I have suffered from several illnesses, from diabetes to high blood pressure and cholesterol and other medical issues. I have used many different kinds of foods and drinks to alleviate the symptoms of these illnesses. In this blog I will talk about each food and its benefit. Please Consult your physician before using any alternative. الغذاء -- الطب البديل هو مدونة عن الأطعمة التي جربتها في الغالب في السنوات العشر الماضية لخفض أو استبدال الدواء الذي أتناوله. أنا امرأة في أوائل الخمسينات. لقد عانيت من عدة أمراض ، كمرض السكري إ، وارتفاع ضغط الدم ، والكولسترول وغيرها من أمور طبية. لقد استخدمت العديد من الأنواع المختلفة من الأطعمة والمشروبات للتخفيف من أعراض هذه الأمراض. في هذه المدونة سأتحدث عن كل نوع طعام وفوائده. يرجى استشارة الطبيب قبل استخدام أي علاج بديل.

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