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Benefits of kiwi

Kiwi fruit has  many benefits and  great nutrition value , it contain high amount of vitamin C more that orange and it is very rich in potassium which is important  for preventing of hypertension  also it is rich in vitamin A and E

Kiwi fruit is named after a bird living in NewZealand  with brown hair and has greenish-white eggs called Kiwi

Kiwi fruit grows in United States,Italy,Spain, Australia an South Africa

kiwi fruit is a source of dietary fiber

kiwi fruit is a source of dietary fiber which are good for digestive system ,prevent constipation  and remove toxins from colon which may leads to colon cancer .Dietary fiber also controlling sugar level so it play great role in controlling diabetes

Benefits of kiwi for prevent cold and flu

Kiwi is rich in vitamin C ,E and A which boosts the immune system and also it is a natural remedy for cold and flu thus  consuming kiwi fruit daily helps in recovering from cold and flu

Kiwi fruits reduces blood clotting

One of the benefits of Kiwi fruits are reducing blood clotting and reduce fat in the blood. Studies proved that people who consume three kiwi fruit per day for 1 month reduce their platelet aggregation response by 18%.

Benefits of kiwi for cancer diseases

Kiwi Fruit Contain  flavonoids and carotenoids  which are antioxidants that  prevent DNA from being damaged thus reduces risk of cancer diseases

Also kiwi fruit rich in Vitamin C which is water soluble antioxidant that protect our body from free radicals.

Benefits of kiwi for skin

Kiwi fruit  are natural remedy for  skin, for women who suffering from  dry skin can apply a face mask by  mixing  Kiwi Juice , Olive Oil and egg yolk and put it gentely on your face . Leave the mask for 15 muint and rinse it with warm water .This mixture will  smooth and calm the skin

Nutritional  value of kiwi fruit

Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)

255 kJ (61 kcal)


14.66 g

- Sugars

8.99 g

- Dietary fiber

3.0 g


0.52 g


1.14 g

- lutein and zeaxanthin

122 ?g

Thiamine (Vit. B1)

0.027 mg (2%)

Riboflavin (Vit. B2)

0.025 mg (2%)

Niacin (Vit. B3)

0.341 mg (2%)

Vitamin B6

0.63 mg (48%)

Folate (Vit. B9)

25 ?g (6%)

Vitamin C

92.7 mg (155%)

Vitamin E

1.5 mg (10%)

Vitamin K

40.3 ?g (38%)


34 mg (3%)


0.31 mg (2%)


17 mg (5%)


34 mg (5%)


312 mg (7%)


3 mg (0%)


0.14 mg (1%)

0.098 mg

Source: USDA Nutrient database

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