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Fig Nutrition

According to the Canadian Nutrient File, figs are extremely nutrient dense. They have high potassium and fibre content which is reported to help combat heart disease and lower cholesterol levels. On top of that, they’re rich in antioxidants — both in their fresh and dried form (albeit higher in antioxidants in dried form). Per 100 gram serving (about 2 figs), figs contain 12% of your daily fibre, 6% manganese, 7% potassium, 4% magnesium, 4% calcium and 2% iron.

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