In the early years of Islam, dates served as food for Muslim warriors. They used to carry them in special bags hung at their sides. They are the best stimulant for muscles and so was the best food for a warrior about to engage in battle. The Prophet used to eat dates by combining them with bread sometimes.
Medjool Dates are considered the best-tasting dates in the world, which is why so many people throughout the world enjoy them. They are the preferred dates to enjoy also during the Holy Month of Ramadan observed by billions of Muslims around the world.
Dates are rich sources of copper, magnesium, selenium, and manganese – all of which are important to keep bones healthy and prevent bone-related conditions like osteoporosis. Dates are also rich in vitamin K, which is a blood coagulant and helps metabolize your bones