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Health Benefits of Grapefruit

Grapefruit is the  favorite fruit  for some people  that  provides the body with, vitamins , minerals and antioxidants, It is an rich  source of vitamin C, fiber, vitamin A and potassium Other health benefits

Health Benefits of Grapefruit for diabetes

When the body couldn’t produce enough amount of insulen diabetes occurs ,grapefruit helps  to regulate the amount of insulin  and helps to lose weight which is necessary for diabetes also grapefruit  reduce the starches from the body  thus useful for diabetic patient

Health Benefits of Grapefruit as a remedy for cholesterol

Grapefruit is natural  remedy for cholesterol  because it is a rich  of soluble fiber called pectin which helps in reducing cholesterol

Health Benefits of Grapefruit as a remedy  for cancer

Grape fruit is antioxidant because it is  rich source of vitamin c that prevent the risk of cancer diseases

Benefits of Grapefruit for scanty urination

Grapefruit  is rich in potassium  so it is natural remedy for in scanty urination

Benefits of Grapefruit for weight loss

Grapefruit  helps weight loss , because it reduces the  feeling of hunger  , as it contains  fibers which give feeling of  fullness and it helps appetite loss thus  reduce the amount of  daily food

Grapefruit is rich in  enzymes that burn fats and less in sodium that  increases  body metabolism which helps in losing weight

Grapefruit has alkaline effect

Grape fruit has alkaline effect in the body . Fresh grapefruit  increase the effect of the alkalinity in the body and  reduce the acidity which is the reason of many diseases  .

Benefits of Grapefruit for constipation

Grapefruit  recover from  constipation as it contains  fibers which stimulat colon

Benefits of grapefruit for arthritis

Grapefruit prevents arthritis because it conatin  salicylic acid  that  break down the  inorganic calcium which may leads to arthritis

nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)

138 kJ (33 kcal)


8.41 g


7.31 g

Dietary fiber

1.1 g


0.10 g


0.69 g


90.48 g

Thiamine (Vit. B1)

0.037 mg (3%)

Riboflavin (Vit. B2)

0.020 mg (1%)

Niacin (Vit. B3)

0.269 mg (2%)

Pantothenic acid (B5)

0.283 mg (6%)

Vitamin B6

0.043 mg (3%)

Folate (Vit. B9)

10 ?g (3%)

Vitamin C

33.3 mg (56%)


12 mg (1%)


0.06 mg (0%)


9 mg (2%)


8 mg (1%)


148 mg (3%)


0.07 mg (1%)


0.013 mg

Source: USDA Nutrient database

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