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Fruit Facts – Guanabana (Soursop)

What is Soursop? Soursop is native to Cuba, northern South America (Peru, Brazil, Venezuela, and Colombia), and Mexico. It is also grown in some areas of sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia. Other common names of this fruit are: graviola (Portuguese), guanábana (Spanish), sorsaka (Papiamento), aluguntugui (Ga language of Ghana), adunu (Acholi), and hanuman fal (Hindi). Soursop contains the following nutrients: amino acid acetogenins Vitamin C iron riboflavin phosphorus thiamine calcium carbohydrates niacin fibers carbohydrates

Fruit Facts – Pomegranate

Satisfy the Sweet Tooth Without Fat and Excess Calories Pomegranates are sweet and juicy and make a healthy low-cal snack for your kids. A 1/2-cup serving of pomegranate seeds has just 72 calories and is lower in calories than other sweet snacks your kids might like such as fruit snacks. Most kids eat more calories than they need, according to the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and finding ways to cut calories here and

Fruit Facts – Guava

1. Guavas are low in calories and fats but contain several vital vitаmins, minerals, and antioxidant poly-phenolic and flavonoid compounds that play a pivotal role in prevention of cancers, anti-aging, immune-booster, etc. 2. The fruit is very rich source of soluble dietary fiber (5.4 g per 100 g of fruit, about 14% of DRA). 3. Guava-fruit is an excellent source of antioxidant vitаmin-C. 100 g fresh fruit provides 228 mg of this vitаmin, more

Fruit Facts – Lychee

The lychee fruit is extremely rich in a variety of nutrients. The prime nutrient here is vitamin C. It provides about 72 mg of this vitamin per 100 grams. Moreover, it is a great source of potassium, calcium and magnesium, and is extremely low in calories. So you needn’t worry about consuming calories when you have this fruit. One lychee has only seven calories. Even those who are aiming for weight loss can enjoy