Can I eat dates in summer?

Dates are commonly consumed in winter. However,  you can still eat them in summer! Because dates are 70% carbohydrates, they are broken down by the body into heat and energy. However, regardless of when you eat them, they still offer various benefits due to their fiber and antioxidants.

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Josie Burridge
Nutritional Epidemiology and Biochemistry
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