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Five Health Benefits of Dates

3. Boosted immunity

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A large number of studies have proved that dates have a strong antioxidant activity, such as ferulic acid, caffeic acid and protocatechuic, and represent a source of natural polyphenolic. Thus, eating them can prevent diseases such as pancreatic cancer due to their anti-mutagenic properties.

Indeed, dates are nutrient-rich fruits high not only in antioxidant activity but also in antibacterial and anti-inflammatory activity.