Kiwi Nutrients and Benefits

kiwiToday I will tell you about an awesome, hairy looking, sweet and sour fruit called Kiwi, or like some would say a kiwifruit or even a Chinese Gooseberry. It looks brown and hairy on the outside and on the inside it starts out from the center as white, then the black little seeds and then the green part. The white part in the middle is the sweeter part and the green is the sour part of kiwi. A Medium sized Kiwi has these kinds of nutrients, vitamins and ingredients:

– Vitamin A
– Vitamin B1, Thiamin
– Vitamin B2, Riboflavin
– Vitamin B3, Niacin
– Vitamin B5, Pantothenic Acid
– Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine
– Vitamin B9, Folate, Folic Acid
– Vitamin C (Extreme Amount)
– Vitamin E
– Vitamin K (Good Amount)
– Dietary Fiber
– Potassium
– Copper
– Magnesium
– Manganese
– Carbohydrates
– Natural sugars
– Calcium
– Chloride
– Phosphorus
– Choline
– Betaine
– Protein
– Iron
– Sodium
– Zinc
– Selenium
– Omega 3 Fatty Acids
– Omega 6 Fatty Acids
– Natural Fats

Kiwifruit is not only a fun fruit to eat alone, or put in fruit salads, but it actually has some great benefits that promote our health:

– Protects from Oxygen Related damage
– Protects DNA
– Antioxidant Protection
– Prevents colon cancer
– Prevents Atherosclerosis
– Prevents Diabetic Heart Disease
– Reduces Osteoarthritis
– Reduces Rheumatoid Arthritis
– Reduces Asthma
– Supports immune system
– Helps prevent ear infections
– Prevents from strokes
– Protects from free radicals
– Reduces high cholesterol levels
– Reduces risk of heart attack
– Helps remove toxins from colon
– Helps keep blood sugar levels in normal levels
– Protects from Asthma
– Supports Healthy Vision Health
– Reduces risk of blood clots
– Reduces the fat amounts in blood
– Protects Cardiovascular Health

Wow, nice list, I think I need to go and buy some for myself :)

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