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Figs are known as the patron saint of human health in the 21st century.

What is a fig?

Figs are slightly sweet and are a very nutritious fruit. Figs are known as "the patron saint of human health in the 21st century".

100g figs contain 1.4g protein, 3.2g dietary fiber, 0.11g fat, 31 micrograms of carotene, 5.1 micrograms of vitamin A, 1.85 mg of vitamin E, 0.03 mg of vitamin B1, 0.02 mg of vitamin B2, and 0.11 mg of niacin. Potassium 213 mg, calcium 68 mg, phosphorus 19 mg, sodium 5.4 mg, manganese 0.18 mg, iron 0.12 mg, copper 0.01 mg.

Figs contain active anti-cancer substances such as psoralen, bergamot lactone and benzoaldehyde. These substances have a significant inhibitory effect on cancer cells and can prevent cancer cells from synthesizing proteins, causing cancer cells to lose nutrients and thus die.

Figs are rich in lipase, hydrolase, protease and other enzymes, which can reduce blood fat, break down fat, relax blood vessels, reduce the deposition of fat in blood vessels, and are very beneficial to the health of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular.

Figs contain 18 essential amino acids. A medium-sized fig weighs about 60 grams and contains 600 mg of amino acids. Regular consumption of figs can enhance immunity and resistance and avoid the risk of various diseases.

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