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SuperFruits of the World - Part #3

SuperFruits of the World - Part #3

December 2019 · 5 min read

I have bought you Part #1 and Part #2 of the most well known superfruits of the world , well this week i am going to bring you Part #3 and talk to you about some more exotic superfruits of the world and why we must eat our portions of superfruits everyday you may say why well because we all know that most fruits are packed with antioxidants, fiber, vitamins and minerals, and other nutrients that can help you live longer, look better, look younger and even prevent disease.


Let's start of with some juicy plums whether they are black , red or yellow plums they are all rich in Vitamin C , minerals, fiber and antioxidants plums are known to help with reducing the risk of many chronic diseases, such as osteoporosis, cancer, heart disease and diabetes and the other thing you can enjoy about a plum it can be a sweet plum like the black one or a slightly sour plum like the red or yellow one.




The Peach of my most most beloved fruits this summer fruit contains antioxidants, fiber, and more the yellow peach is my favorite so crunchy and sweet they help in aiding in digestion , good for your skin , prevent certain types of cancers , help in reducing allergy symptoms and weight watchers love them they keep you full, but in a healthy way.




Custard apples are often heart-shaped or oval-shaped and have a delicious, mellow flesh that is soft, almost like custard. Rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals, this unique fruit may boost immunity, fight inflammation, and promote eye and heart health.


The Tamarind Fruit have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. These can protect against diseases such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes. The seed extract may also help lower blood sugar, while the pulp extract may help you lose body weight and reverse fatty liver disease.


The Durian Fruit most people find this a smelly fruit but they have incredibly high nutritious this fruit helps fight infections it helps lowering your blood sugar and helps with the risk of atherosclerosis, or the hardening of your arteries i love eating this fruit when it is not to over ripe if eaten more on the crunchy side it doesn't have that bad smell and taste more like eating cashew nuts.




Strawberries ... ahhhhh... don't we all love strawberries they are such a versatile fruit can be had in many different ways and we know they are packed with many nutritious and whether fresh or frozen there is no denying that strawberries pack a healthy punch and
Whether fresh or frozen there is no denying that strawberries pack a healthy punch and if you’re not already a fan of strawberries, you should be.




Watermelon and strawberries now they go well together. Did you know that Watermelon is rich in L-citrulline, an amino acid that helps improve blood flow. ... Like Viagra, L-citrulline increases blood flow to the sexual organs but without any negative side effects now that explains a lot been eating watermelon as a kid and still am every day is why i am still 🤣 🤣



Dragon fruit another great superfruit it tastes like a mix between a kiwi and pear with a slight crunchiness. Dragon fruit is packed with many natural antioxidants like Betalains. Love the taste of this superfruit and has benefits in helping you loss weight.




Is a Avocado a nut or a fruit well you might be inclined to call it a vegetable, thanks to its green hue and savory taste, but the avocado is technically a fruit, and even more specifically, a single seeded berry. Avocados are considered a fruit because they fit all of the botanical criteria for a berry and i love them best fruit for keeping your skin smooth and perfect.




The Mayom fruit tree also known as the Star Gooseberry i have only seen in Thailand this Star Gooseberry has a sweet and sour taste like a un-ripe plum but if you like that taste it is a lovely fruit to eat the Thai people eat it with sugar which i think spoils the taste of the fruit i love it tangy. This fruit is also cultivated for its medicinal properties including the treatment of fevers accompanied by a skin disease, e.g. the measles. I actually love the golden look of this fruit tree.


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This is Part #3 and again these are only some that i have shown you today that are pronounced as superfruits i will bring you more in Part #4 in the near future in the mean time get down to your local fruit stall buy some superfruits and enjoy the benefits.


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