74 in 100g
19 g
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Skincare nutrients, a healthy liver and a quick absorption rate of its sugar in the bloodstream has made it a staple in the diets of health lovers.

If you suffer from constipation, try eating figs. Due to its rich fiber contents, they act as a natural laxative. 

Figs are a nutrient-dense fruit that can be yellow-green, copper or purple in color. You can peel them and eat them out of hand, use them to make jam or add them to ice cream or baked goods. Fresh figs aren't always available year-round in the United States, but dried figs are relatively easy to find. Although figs may provide some health benefits, treatment of any medical condition with figs is based only on traditional use and not on scientific evidence.




Iranian Figs

The soil and climate in city of Estahban near Shiraz center of Fars province are ideal for growing the best figs in the world.
Figs orchards in Estahban cultivated by dry farming and their fruits are naturally sun dried.

Most of activity in the orchards of figs begins in May as the fruit appears on the tree and culminates in October when the first picking of dried figs started.


Potential Health Benefits

Figs contain a type of antioxidant called phenols, which may lower your risk for heart disease and cancer by preventing cell damage by dangerous free radicals. Fiber lowers your risk for high cholesterol, heart disease and constipation. The fiber in figs may also help you lose weight since it makes figs more filling, helping you eat fewer calories.