Rambutan Peel off the spiky red covering of this iron-rich Southeast Asian treat to reveal a translucent white orb with a taste that marries grape and watermelon. Read more: http://www.oprah.com/food/Superfood-Fruits-Healthy-Exotic-Fruits#ixzz214XrV9Mi
Dragon Fruit This is the pop star of fruit—hot pink on the outside, bubblegum sweet on the inside. Scoop out the antioxidant-rich, seed-specked flesh and eat it like a kiwi. Read more: http://www.oprah.com/food/Superfood-Fruits-Healthy-Exotic-Fruits/4#ixzz214YFHazu
Feijoa This vitamin-C-packed fruit from South America looks and feels like a lime, but cut it open to reveal juicy flesh that's reminiscent of a tangy pineapple. Read more: http://www.oprah.com/food/Superfood-Fruits-Healthy-Exotic-Fruits/2#ixzz214XzMOTz
Rambutan When looking at a rambutan for the first time, it’s tough to imagine that it is edible. The red outer layer is covered in “hair” that is actually a layer of flexible thorns. Ripe rambutans are sweet and are reminiscent of lychee fruits.
Avocados contain healthful monounsaturated fat, which has been linked to a reduced risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Avocados aid in blood and tissue regeneration, stabilize blood sugar, and are excellent for heart disorders. They're loaded with fiber (11 to 17 grams per fruit) and are a good source of lutein, an antioxidant linked to eye and skin health.