This slice is my go-to for a healthy snack that not only taste AMAZING but gives me a great energy boost on my busier days (Yes, I may be known to have this for my on-the-go breakfast on those very busy mornings as it’s just so quick, easy, filling and healthy).

I also make smaller unicorn shaped slice in silicone molds for my daughter (with or without the cacao) and she absolutely loves it in her kindy lunch or when ever she needs a snack. They store great in the freezer and are easy to pop out on request.

Ingredients

~ 24 Medjool Dates

~ 2 cups of desiccated coconut

~ 1 tablespoon of coconut oil

~ 300g of raw cacao paste ~ 2 tablespoons of cacao butter

Method

  1. Remove the pits from dates and add in to food processor bowl
  2. Add the coconut and coconut oil in with the dates
  3. Process on medium to high speed, you may need to pulse a few times to make sure ingredients combine evenly.
  4. Once ingredients are at the consistency that you like your slice at (I like it when it forms into a nice sticky dough consistency), you can place your date mixture into a glass container, roughly 24cm x 18cm size. Spread the mixture out until it evenly covers the base of your container. Alternatively, you can roll your date mixture into balls and lay them out on parchment paper in a freezer safe container.
  5. Place the cacao and cacao butter into a small saucepan and melt on a low to medium heat on your stovetop. You do not want to burn the cacao so keep staring and take it straight of the heat once all the ingredients are melted into a beautiful liquid chocolate.
  6. Pour the cacao over the top of your date slice mixture, or dip your date balls in to the cacao and place back onto the parchment paper.
  7. Place in the freezer for at least 1hr for it to set. You can store in the freezer and just take it out when you want a serving or place it into the fridge if you know it won’t last long.

Note: You can play around with your desired level of cacao and cacao butter in the slice topping as some like a more thick topping and some like it thin, so see what works for you.

Also Note: Please use organic ingredients where possible and source your cacao from a reliable and ethical distributer, as the cacao bean has a terrible history of child labour and very poor food handling practices. I founded this company and absolutely love the heart centred cacao offerings : shamanicheartmedicine.com

 

So why do I love this slice soooo much?

Those that know me know that I use food as medicine and this slice is one of the food medicines that I am absolutely addicted. The combination of ingredients balance out the energies that each provide and therefore makes a great snack for almost everyone.

 

The Health Benefits of Dates in TCM

In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), Medjool dates, are not specifically mentioned as they are not native to China and are more commonly associated with Middle Eastern and North African regions. However, TCM principles can be applied to analyse the potential health benefits of Medjool dates based on their properties and qualities.

  • Spleen and Stomach Support: TCM places great emphasis on the health of the spleen and stomach for overall well-being. Medjool dates are rich in natural sugars, fibre, and certain vitamins and minerals. They can be considered as a nourishing food for the spleen and stomach, helping to support digestion, alleviate bloating, and provide sustained energy.
  • Blood Tonic: Dates are known for their iron content, which could be beneficial for individuals with certain types of anaemia. In TCM, foods that nourish and invigorate the blood are valued for their potential to support circulation and overall vitality.
  • Qi and Blood Nourishment: TCM views dates as having a warming and nourishing quality, which could help in supporting the body’s vital energy (qi) and blood. They might be particularly useful during colder seasons or for individuals who exhibit signs of qi and blood deficiency.
  • Moistening Effects: Dates contain natural sugars and moisture, which might have a moistening effect on the body. In TCM, this moistening quality can be beneficial for individuals with dryness-related issues, such as dry cough, dry skin, or constipation.
  • Calming the Mind: Dates contain various nutrients like magnesium and certain amino acids that can have a relaxing and calming effect on the nervous system. In TCM, this could potentially contribute to balancing emotions and promoting a sense of tranquility.
  • Ageing and Longevity: TCM often associates foods with certain properties that support longevity and healthy ageing. Dates’ nutrient content, including antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, could be viewed in this context.

The Health Benefits of Coconut in TCM

In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), foods are often categorised based on their energetic qualities and effects on the body rather than their specific nutritional content. As coconut is not a native fruit to China, so it might not have a direct place in traditional Chinese herbalism. However, its qualities can be analysed using TCM principles. Coconut has both nourishing and cooling properties, and it might be associated with the following health benefits in the context of TCM:

  • Yin and Fluid Nourishment: Coconut is considered cooling and moistening, which aligns with the TCM concept of “yin.” Yin represents the nourishing, cooling, and moistening aspects of the body. Coconut water and meat can be seen as foods that help nourish yin and body fluids, making them potentially beneficial for individuals with dryness-related issues, such as dry skin, thirst, and constipation.
  • Heat-Clearing: In TCM, some foods are valued for their ability to clear heat from the body. Coconut’s cooling nature might be helpful in reducing excess heat or inflammation, as well as alleviating symptoms of heat-related conditions like fever, irritability, and inflammation.
  • Lung and Skin Health: The moistening properties of coconut might be beneficial for the lungs and skin. In TCM, the lungs are associated with the skin, and keeping them both adequately moistened is important for overall health. Coconut consumption could potentially help individuals with dry cough, dry skin conditions, or respiratory issues.
  • Digestive Support: Coconut is rich in healthy fats and dietary fiber, which could support digestion. In TCM, the spleen and stomach are central to digestion and transforming food into energy. Foods that are easily digestible and nourishing to these organs can be beneficial for overall digestive health.
  • Nourishing Blood: Coconut contains nutrients like iron and certain vitamins that can support blood health. This aligns with TCM’s emphasis on nourishing the blood to support circulation, vitality, and overall well-being.
  • Moderation: While coconut offers various benefits, it’s important to remember that TCM promotes balance and moderation. Coconut’s cooling nature might not be suitable for everyone, especially those with certain constitutions or conditions that require warming foods.

The Health Benefits of Cacao in TCM

Cacao, the primary ingredient in chocolate, and again, it is not native to China and is not a traditional part of Chinese medicine. However, its properties and potential health benefits can be examined through the lens of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) principles. Cacao is rich in various compounds, including flavonoids and theobromine, that can contribute to its potential health benefits. Here are some ways cacao might be interpreted in the context of TCM:

  • Heart and Blood Circulation: Cacao contains flavonoids, which have been associated with cardiovascular health. In TCM, promoting healthy blood circulation is essential for overall well-being. The flavonoids in cacao might be seen as supporting blood vessel health and potentially assisting in maintaining balanced circulation.
  • Mood and Spirit: Cacao contains theobromine, a compound that can have stimulating effects on the nervous system. From a TCM perspective, cacao’s stimulating nature might be associated with promoting a temporary uplift in mood and spirit. However, excessive consumption of stimulating foods is generally discouraged in TCM to avoid imbalances.
  • Warming Properties: Cacao has a warming quality due to the theobromine content. In TCM, warming foods can be beneficial during colder seasons or for individuals who exhibit signs of coldness and dampness in the body.
  • Moderation and Balance: TCM places a strong emphasis on moderation and balance. While cacao may have potential benefits, excessive consumption could lead to energetic imbalances, such as excessive heat or overstimulation.
  • Digestive Considerations: Cacao’s stimulating nature might affect digestion, potentially having a mild stimulating effect on the digestive system. This could be viewed as supporting digestion in some cases, but individuals with sensitive digestive systems might need to be cautious.
  • Personal Constitution: As with any food, the effects of cacao can vary depending on an individual’s constitution and health condition. Some individuals might tolerate cacao better than others, and it’s important to consider one’s own body’s responses.

And, if this isn’t enough have you heard of the health benefits eating dates may have whilst trying to conceive and whilst pregnant???? 

Benefits of Eating Dates Whilst Pregnant

Dates are commonly considered a nutritious and beneficial food for pregnant women due to their nutrient content. Here are some potential health benefits of consuming dates during pregnancy:

  • Nutrient-Rich: Dates are rich in essential nutrients such as dietary fibre, potassium, magnesium, iron, and B vitamins. These nutrients are important for supporting the overall health of both the mother and the developing baby.
  • Natural Energy Source: The natural sugars in dates can provide a quick source of energy, which can be particularly helpful during pregnancy when energy levels may fluctuate.
  • Fibre for Digestion: Dates are high in dietary fibre, which can help alleviate constipation—a common issue during pregnancy—by promoting regular bowel movements and maintaining healthy digestion.
  • Iron Content: Dates contain iron, which is crucial for preventing iron-deficiency anaemia during pregnancy. Anaemia can lead to fatigue and other complications, so maintaining adequate iron levels is important.
  • Bone Health: The mineral content in dates, including calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium, can contribute to the development of the baby’s bones and teeth.
  • Folate Source: Dates provide folate (vitamin B9), a vital nutrient for preventing neural tube defects and supporting proper fetal development. Adequate folate intake is particularly important in early pregnancy.
  • Aid in Labor: Some studies suggest that regular consumption of dates in late pregnancy may help facilitate cervical dilation, reduce the need for labor induction, and potentially shorten the duration of labor. However, more research is needed in this area.
  • Natural Sweetness: Dates can satisfy sweet cravings in a more nutritious way compared to processed sugary snacks.
  • Blood Pressure Regulation: The potassium in dates can help regulate blood pressure, which is especially relevant for pregnant women who may experience blood pressure changes.
  • Antioxidant Benefits: Dates contain antioxidants that can help combat oxidative stress and support a healthy immune system.

Benefits of Eating Dates When Trying To Conceive:

Dates are nutrient-rich fruits that can contribute to overall health and well-being. While they are not a magical solution for improving fertility on their own, their nutritional profile may offer some benefits that could indirectly support reproductive health. Here are some potential ways dates might have a positive impact on fertility:

  • Nutrient Density: Dates are packed with essential nutrients such as dietary fibre, vitamins (particularly vitamin B6), and minerals (like potassium, magnesium, and iron). These nutrients contribute to overall health, which can create a more favourable environment for reproductive processes.
  • Hormonal Balance: Certain nutrients in dates, like vitamin B6 and magnesium, play roles in hormone regulation. Hormonal balance is important for both male and female fertility.
  • Blood Sugar Regulation: Dates have a relatively low glycemic index, which means they have a slower impact on blood sugar levels. Stable blood sugar levels can positively affect hormonal balance and overall metabolic health, which can influence fertility.
  • Antioxidant Content: Dates contain antioxidants, such as flavonoids and carotenoids, which help protect cells from oxidative stress. Reducing oxidative stress may be beneficial for both male and female reproductive health.
  • Iron Intake: Adequate iron levels are important for reproductive health. Dates contain iron, which supports oxygen transport and energy production in the body.
  • Natural Sweetener: Dates can serve as a healthier alternative to refined sugars and can help you manage your overall diet and weight, which can influence fertility.
  • Libido and Energy: Dates’ nutrient content, including natural sugars, can contribute to energy levels and overall vitality, which might indirectly support a healthy libido and reproductive function.
Leigh Moir - Master of Reproductive Medicine<br /> Bachelor of Health Science (Acupuncture)<br /> Master of Infertility (Note: this is a self appointed qualification that Leigh feels only those that have travelled the path of infertility for a number of years can truly master ~ If you know, you know…)<br /> Qualified Esoteric Acupuncturist<br /> Qualified Fertile Life TM Practitioner<br /> Qualified Practitioner of NLP<br /> Qualified Hypnotist<br /> Level III Qi-Fit Qigong Instructor<br /> Member of The Institute of Functional Medicine (currently completing certification)<br /> Diploma of Paramedical Science<br /> Co-Founder of Shamanic Heart Medicine
 
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