Date syrup is a thick, dark brown, very sweet fruit syrup extracted from dates. Date syrup is a fantastic source of energy that has a high nutritional value. Date syrup is free of sodium, cholesterol, trans fat, and saturated fat. It is a sweetener, as many cooks embrace it as an alternative sweetener. Date syrup is your best option if you’re looking for a sugar substitute.
Date Syrup Uses
Most of its sugar content is absorbed into the bloodstream, and it raises the blood glucose levels more efficiently and immediately than other syrups. It is therefore highly suitable for people suffering from hypoglycemia, for those with sucrose intolerance or those with pancreatic problems who have difficulty absorbing disaccharides. It is also rich in antioxidants due to its high phenolic and flavonoid content and has been shown to exhibit anti-inflammatory activity.
The most common ways to use date syrup include drizzling it over a bowl of ice cream, oatmeal, yogurt, French toast, and pancakes. It can also use as a sweetener for halvah desserts, coffee, cookies, and Bread. Mixed with olive oil, it works caramelization magic on oven-roasted vegetables and livens up salmon and chicken. By combining Date syrup with Grape syrup, sesame tahini and honey, you create a nutrition powerhouse.
Date Syrup Benefits
- It includes Calcium, Iron, Copper, Phosphorus, …
- It Contains Several Vitamins A, B, B2, C, …
- Reduces chronic liver inflammation
- Free of cholesterol
- Source of pectin that helps prevent atherosclerosis
- Facilitate pregnancy and childbirth
- Protect from heart disease
- Strengthen weak hair and prevent hair loss
- Help to dissolve kidney Stones
- Prevent tooth decay