Phoenix Docetelphara, also known as date or date palm, – a flowering plant of the palm family, Eracasia, is cultivated for its edible sweet fruit.
Although its exact location is uncertain due to long cultivation, it originated in the fertile region of the Crescent, formerly known as Egypt and Mesopotamia.
History The Indus Valley has been an important source of food for the Middle East and the Indian Ocean. They are thought to have originated around modern-day Iraq.
There are several ways to add it to your diet. A popular way to eat them is to have natural sweets in different dishes. They also have a great breakfast.
They are easy to find in dry form, although they are warmer than fresh fruit, so it is important to eat them in moderation.