or local name Dillah is an annual plant,
native to tropical Africa.The part eaten is the mature fruit
with high nutritional value and rich in Vitamin B1, B2, A, C,
biotin and minerals: S, Mg and S. The fruit is used for medicinal
purposes (kidneys and urinary tract cleansing).
(Cucumus melo) is an annual, monoecious (male and female
flowers on one foot) of the Cucurbitaceae family. The
plant is native to southern Asia. The part eaten is the ripe
fruit. The culture is very popular in Morocco.
The fruit is rich in Vitamins A and C.
the Qur'an, pomegranates grow in the gardens of paradise (55:068)
The Qur'an also mentions pomegranates twice (6:99, 6:141) as
examples of good things God creates.
Punica Granatum, par Monique Zetlaoui
Morocco is a prominent place
among the top ten world producers of dates. Domestic production
averaged 100,000 tonnes of which 40% is provided by the Tafilalet
and as much by the South East.
Dates are characterized by their high nutritional value. The
fruit alleviates the need for vitamins and other substances
especially during periods of
fasting. Its energy value is 287 kcal per 100 grams. Dates
also contain fat, cellulose, minerals, vitamins and
enzymes, but they are especially rich sugars (sucrose,
glucose and fructose).
The fresh dates, as when it matures, is a fragile
fruit and delicate to transport. The date is more strongly dehydrated
dry, it contains about 20% water, against 70% for fresh dates.
It also contains vitamins B2, B3, B5 and B6 and a small
amount of vitamin C, minerals: potassium and
calcium. It is also rich in chromium (passing
the envy of sugar) and fiber.
Les dattes du Maroc
Les dattes, fruits miraculeux
Les bienfaits miraculeux des dattes
Les dattes, aliment puissant