6 Fruits You Should Try


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  • Dragon Fruit

This fruit is an excellent supplement for the liver as well as contains vital minerals that assist in weight-loss and balancing body weight without compromising health. For people suffering from diabetes, a dry or fresh dragon fruit guarantees blood glucose control.

  • Star Fruit

This fruit is an excellent source of ascorbic acid, which is important to the fitness of your body, as it assists in maintaining bones, teeth, mucus membranes, skin and improves the immune system. It also contains beta-carotene, which can be converted into vitamin A in your body for good vision and appetite.

  • Kiwano

This fruit is very rich in vitamin c and fibre. These help the red bloods cells, skin, muscles, nerves and heart. Vitamin E works in the body by helping to neutralize the damage from free radicals which can cause cancer and cardiovascular disease.

  • Mangosteen

This fruit has a very high concentration of xanthones that is one of the most powerful anti-oxidents in the world. The fruit also boosts the body’s immune systems and helps increase energy levels.

  • Sugar Apple

This fruit helps regulate the menstrual cycle, and contains a large amount of rosemary oil which can help fight off depression. This fruit also contains cineole which aids the body’s nervous system, helps in blood circulation, and improves concentration. This fruit also aids in reducing the severity of asthma.

  • Goji Berry

Goji berries are called the world’s most nutritional powerful anti-aging food. Goji berries are the highest rated antioxidant and have more vitamin C than oranges, more beta-carotene than carrots, more protein than whole wheat and more iron than steak.


5 thoughts on “6 Fruits You Should Try

  1. I tell you I’ve seen these fruits and would back away as the appearance is a bit unattractive but after viewing your blog I might try a few. Thanks

  2. Great post, Lucy. It’s always a good idea to add variety to your diet. This insures added nutrients from multiple sources.

    If you live in a warm climate, such as South Florida and Southern California, you can grow star fruit in your own back yard. Probably some of these others, as well. However, if you can’t grow them, you might find it worth the money to add them to your diet on occasion.

    Keep up the good work. I look forward to reading more of your posts.

  3. A few of these we can grab locally, but others I have never seen in stores. It is hard to even get a pomelo or blood orange in these parts. The joys of being in a city that is “small town” minded. Well I should say in the food dept.

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