Fig

Scientific Classification:
World: Plantae
Episode: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Team: Rosales
Family: Moraceae
Genus: Ficus
Type: F. Carica

It is a species of tree or shrub with a homeland of the eastern Mediterranean and southwest Asia and is the fruit of this species. In our country, figs are mostly grown in Aydın and İzmir in the Aegean Region. Following these, fresh fig figs are produced especially around Bursa in the Marmara Region and Icel in the Mediterranean Region.
As the dietary fiber content of dried figs is high, it helps to lose weight by giving a feeling of satiety for a long time and is good for digestive system problems such as constipation. Figs consumed as fresh and dry reduce the risk of heart disease and various types of cancer.
While fresh figs are consumed as table, dried figs are used in various desserts in homes and in the food industry for the production of products such as mash and marshmallows.

100 grams of fresh figs nutritional value;
Energy: 74 kcal
Carbohydrate: 19.18 g
Protein: 0.75 g
Oil: 0,30 g
Dietary Fiber: 2,90 gr
Vitamin: B6, B5, B1
100 grams of dried figs nutritional value;
Energy: 249 kcal
Carbohydrate: 63,90 g
Protein: 3.30 g
Oil: 0.93 g
Dietary Fiber: 9,80 gr
Vitamin: K, B6, B5

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