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Sharon fruit (persimmons): health benefits and nutritional value

  1. Sharon fruit (persimmon) is a low-calorie orange fruit with a particularly tasty taste, which is somewhat similar to apricots. Sharon fruit can be eaten raw or dried. It can also be used in preparing a variety of dishes, including puddings. The name 'sharon' comes from the valley in Israel where these fruits are grown. Sharon is actually a brand name and persimmon the fruit to which it belongs. Sharon fruit is rich in quite a few minerals such as phosphorus and calcium and vitamins including vitamins A and C. This fruit has some great health benefits. The health benefits of persimmons include lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, reducing inflammation, supporting healthy vision and promoting digestion.

What is sharon fruit?

  1. Sharon fruit or persimmon is an edible fruit that comes from the kaki tree, a partially hardy tree of up to two meters high. The tree is a member of the Ericales, the botanical name of an order of dicotyledons, which includes the tea plant (Camellia sinensis), as well as some edible fruits such as the kiwi

Precautions and Side Effects

  1. Although rare, kaki fruit can cause an allergic reaction in some people. If, after eating persimmons, you experience complaints such as itching, swelling or hives

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