About: Grapes are rich in vitamins A, C, K. They relieve constipation, indigestion and treat kidney disorders. Also triggers weight loss and protects against cancer, heart and nerve diseases. Grapes are a powerhouse of antioxidants – they contain a wide range of phytonutrients right from carotenoids to polyphenols. Storage and Uses: Wash the grapes..
About: These are generally the size of a softball with apple green skin that can range from bumpy to smooth. The flesh is white with pale yellow seeds and tends to be drier than the pink type of guavas. Thai guavas are only mildly sweet and have very little fragrance...
About: Papaya flower The papaya is a small, sparsely branched tree, usually with a single stem growing from 5 to 10 m tall. Papaya fruit provides 43 kilocalories and is a significant source of vitamin C and a moderate source of folate but otherwise has low content of nutrients. They are half green and half yellow. Papayas reduce the risk of macular..
About: The fruit is loosely fibrous and juicy with white to yellowish flesh. The edible center part is firm, leathery and sweet. Pineapples reduce the risk of macular degeneration, a disease that affects the eyes as people age due to vitamin C and antioxidants present in it. Reduces inflammation and blood clot. Storage and Uses: The fruit itself is..
About: Pomegranates are used in baking, cooking, juice blends, meal garnishes, smoothies, and alcoholic beverages, such as cocktails and wine. The flowers are bright red. Red-purple in color, the pomegranate fruit husk has two parts. Pomegranate juice lowers bad cholesterol and raises good cholesterol. Reduces the risk of heart stoke. Gives a boost..
About: Its flesh ranges from a pale yellow to an earthy brown color with a grainy texture akin to that of a well-ripened pear. Brown skinned sapotas are smooth. They stop blood loss during injuries and reduce tooth cavities. They also contain anti-inflammatory properties and act as a detoxifying agent. They are good for pregnant women and lactating..