Fruit And Calories Content

Fruit And Calories Content


Apricot was known in China since 5,000 years ago. After he crossed India and Persia, he reached the shores of the Mediterranean. The highly nutritious fruit, refreshing, astringent (fresh), laxative (KD) suggest in anemia, asthenia, insomnia, convalescence, diarrhea or constipation.

100 Grams of fresh apricots contain:

– Calories: 44;
– Carbohydrates: 10g;
– Glycemic index: 31;
– Fibre: 2.1 g;
– Vitamin C 7 mg.

100 Grams of dried apricots contain:

– Calories: 27;
– Carbohydrates: 63 g;
– Fiber: 3 g;
– Vitamin C: 2.5 mg.


Palm fruits, dates are known from ancient times. In Sumer, Mesopotamia, date palm tree was considered sacred. In the Bible, he is the symbol of law, given the blessing of heaven. In Egypt, dates were part of the daily diet and the tree served to carve pillars symbolizing the columns that supported the world. Energy value and great taste have made from the dates a food and a medicine at the same time (they prevent aging and after some data are anticancer).

100 Grams of dates contain:

– Calories: 282;
– Carbohydrates: 75 g;
– Fiber: 8.7 g;
– Magnesium: 59 mg.

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