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Kiwi: Health Benefits and Nutritional Value of Kiwis

  1. The kiwi is very healthy. The kiwi provides a more beautiful and younger skin, has a blood pressure lowering effect and protects your eyesight. The kiwi or Chinese gooseberry (Actinidia chinensis) is the edible fruit of a meandering vine that grows so fast that it must be pruned every year. Kiwi is not only a delicious fruit, but also offers many health benefits for your skin, blood pressure and your eyes. The kiwi has an excellent nutritional value. The kiwi is a vitamin C bomb and a good source of potassium. Kiwifruit also contains the cholesterol-lowering pectin, as well as amino acids, beta-carotene, folic acid, magnesium, copper, zinc, phosphorus, manganese, vitamin A and vitamin E.

What is a kiwi?

  1. The kiwi is the edible fruit of a climbing plant that grows extremely vigorously. The most common type of kiwi fruit is Actinidia deliciosa, better known as Hayward kiwi. Inside this small, oval-shaped fruit with a brown hairy skin is a brilliant, semi-translucent emerald green flesh with a white core and a ring of black seeds surrounding this core. pulp is almost creamy in consistency with an invigorating taste reminiscent of a mixture of strawberries and bananas


  1. The kiwi is originally from China and this fruit is known there as Yang Tao. In the early 20th century, the kiwi was introduced to New Zealand by missionaries. The kiwi gets its name from New Zealand's native flightless bird. In 1990 the New Zealand Kiwifruit Marketing Board opened

Kiwi allergy

  1. Kiwi allergy is common and is responsible for 10 percent of all food allergies in children. People with an allergy to latex and other fruits such as avocados and bananas should be especially careful. Kiwi allergy can lead to oral allergy syndrome, hives (from consumption or contact), swelling, itchy eyes, watery eyes

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