16. Soursop (Guanabana) Soursop is native to Mexico, Central America, the Carribean and northern South America but these days it’s also being cultivated in countries in South Asia. Guanabana has a white, creamy pulp, very difficult to eat because of the large number of inedible seeds, but if you have the patience, you can enjoy a flavor that has been compared to strawberry and pineapple mixed together. Very rich in vitamins C, B1 and B2,
8. Durian Native to Brunei, Malaysia and Indonesia Also known as the “King of Fruits,” Durian has a very particular odor, a unique taste and is covered by a hard husk. Having a disagreeable smell, compared to skunk spray or sewage, the fruit is forbidden in hotels and public transportations in Southeast Asia. Still, the whole experience is worth it, considering the absolutely divine taste of the Durian.
12. Langsat Langsat is an egg-shaped fruit, about 5 centimeters in diameter, usually found in clusters of two to thirty fruits. The firm, translucent flesh is covered by a brown, leathery skin and has an acidic taste, resembling a grapefruit, but riper ones are quite sweet. It originated in Malaysia, but over time it has spread in the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand and India. It was also successfully introduced in Hawaii in the early 1900s.
Lychee: What is the Lychee? The lychee , laichi or lichu is a tropical fruit originally from Southern China. This low-calorie fruit has more Vitamin C than citrus fruits, as much fiber as an apple and potassium levels comparable to a banana. The fruit is primarily found in the following countries: Bangladesh China India Indonesia Madagascar Mexico Nepal Pakistan Phillipines Southern Africa Taiwan Thailand Vietnam Some nutritional benefits are: .....
Guava is often referred to as a superfruit containing large quantities of vitamins A and C, Omega 3 and 6 polyunsaturated fatty acids and high levels of dietary fibers. Guava is a very aromatic fruit, with a pungent and penetrating odor, with lots of seeds (from 112 to 535) but great taste. It's native to Mexico and Central America but it's cultivated extensively in Florida and Hawaii.
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From regenerating cells, to cleansing our body of unwanted toxins, our body are truly amazing. Once such fruit that we have the choice to eat is lychee. Deemed a super fruit by some, lychee fruit has many health benefits to our bodies. Here we have collected just a taste of how lychee fruit can benefit you and the easiest way to consume lychee. What is Lychee Fruit?... FULL ARTICLE @ http://www.engineeredlifestyles.com/blog/healthy-lifestyle/living-healthier-with-lychee-fruit/