Dried figs have exceptional nutritional value.
They are especially valued as they are a treasury of calcium needed for bone health. In 100 grams of dried fruit there is as much as 162 mg of this valuable element. Dried figs can be useful in preventing osteoporosis. The white coating that we can observe on fruits is nothing more than sugar from fruit.
They are the leader in dried fruit in terms of fiber content – over 12 grams per 100 grams of fruit. Fiber is essential for the proper functioning of the intestines and the entire digestive system.
They contain a lot of potassium, which can lower blood pressure and help eliminate sodium from the body. The magnesium content helps to regulate the nervous system. The fruit is recommended to people who live under constant stress.
They are strengthen bones and teeth, regulate the functioning of the intestines, can help with constipation and diarrhea, and have a positive effect on our digestive system. It is worth reaching for them and consuming them as a snack or addition to muesli, porridge or sweet porridges, e.g. millet.
Ingredients: dried figs
Nutritional value of dried figs per 100g
Energy value 1315kJ / 311kcal – 16% RWS *
Fat 1.2g – 2%
including saturated fatty acids 0.24 g – 1%
Carbohydrates 65,1g – 25%
including sugars 65.1 g – 72%
Fiber 12.9 g
Protein 3.6g – 7%
Salt 0.11g – 2%
* Food Reference Value
Dried figs can be eaten as an independent, healthy snack and as an addition to muesli, porridge, sweet groats or cocktails.
Store in a dry and cool place in a tightly closed container.