EXOTIC FRUITS FOR YOUR HEALTH
Since mankind is on this planet, the Earth, for millions of years, its health was – and still is – supported by nature’s healthy food with its powerful nutrients. Globally, including those exotic fruits you may learn about when you read on. Scientifically verified internationally.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
As you know latest from our publications, healthy diet – besides physical exercise – is one of the 2 basic pillars for our health and longevity. With special reference to fruits. Dependent on their natural content of certain vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other specific nutrients. While the knowledge about our native fruits – regardless where you live – has been passed on from generation to generation, there are well some fruits entering our culture from abroad. Although these are not necessarily disadvantageous for our health and longevity, it is still important to know about their nutritious background. To understand where exactly the benefits are. In this respect, we picked 3 exotic fruits for you, as follows.
LYCHEE/PERSIMMON/STAR FRUITS – SCIENTIFICALLY VERIFIED
Basically native to tropical and sub-tropical China and India, and historically known and used there already 2000 B.C., this fruit comes from the evergreen tree Litchi chinensis.
Conventionally named lychee, it is also going by the botanical names
- Chinese cherry
- lychee nut
Especially loaded with vitamin C and antioxidants, this fruit has benefits for our health in terms of being
* anti-angiogenic(preventing tumors from growing blood vessels)
According to research at, inter alia,
- South China Agricultural University in Guangzhou&
- Zhejiang University in Hangzhou(both China)
- Kobe University in Kobe, Japan&
- University of Palermo in Palermo, Italy
Based on research at
- Andhra University in Andhra Pradesh, India
lychee fruits may
* inhibit cancer cells & viruses&
* protect the liver
In fact, there are 2 types of persimmon fruits.
One of the 2 types of persimmon fruit - Diospyros virginiana – has been known by the native Americans already 300 years ago.
The other type - Diospyros kaki – is native to Japan, ripening there between September and December.
Split up in 2 subtypes:
The acorn-shaped hachiya and the tomato-shaped fuyu. Both comparable in terms of health benefits.
With special reference to vitamin A giving persimmons the power to support
Based on research at, inter alia, the University of Washington in Seattle, WA.
Another benefit is the high load of antioxidants to help with, inter alia,
According to research at, inter alia, Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto, CA.
Not to overlook the anti-inflammatory power of this fruit due to its high content of vitamin C helping, inter alia, with
Also to mention persimmon’s high content of fiber helping to
As based on research at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Lincoln, NE and Clemson University in Clemson, SC.
This is another exotic (star shaped) fruit from Southeast Asia, also named ‘carambola’ (‘cane apple’) in its original Malayan language.
Loaded with powerful nutrients such as, inter alia,
Especially important, as vitamin C produces collagen as a substance the self-healing power of our body is dependent on.
Along with star fruit’s impressive content of fiber to reduce high cholesterol and the risk of cardiovascular disease.
In fact, according to its native Ayurvedic & traditional Chinese medicine, star fruit has been used since many centuries to treat, inter alia,
Scientifically verified today with special reference to, inter alia,
IN A NUTSHELL
Since mankind is on this planet, the Earth, for millions of years, its health was – and still is – supported by nature’s healthy food with its powerful nutrients. Globally, including those exotic fruits you learned about. Scientifically verified internationally.
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