Fruits

Bunchosia Fruit

The Health Benefits of Bunchosia Fruit

Bunchosia argentea, originated in South America is the peanut butter fruit. The dark-red to dark-orange fruit is the size of a quail egg and needs to be picked every day as they spoil quickly on the tree.

 

They can be stored for several days in the refrigerator or can be More >

clementine fruit

The Health Benefits of Clementine Fruit

Clementine is an orange-like fruit thought to be a hybrid between a tangerine and sweet orange. The exterior is a deep orange colour with a smooth, glossy appearance. Clementine is a type of orange that originally come from Spain.

 

They are generally seedless and contain no fat. They are highly More >

Acerola Fruit

The Health Benefits of Acerola Fruit

Acerola is sometimes referred to as acerola berry or acerola cherry. Rich in antioxidants (including vitamin C and anthocyanins), acerola is often sold in supplement and juice form.

 

Acerola gel is a beauty product said to improve skin tone and heal sun-damaged skin.

 

Acerola cherry, along with being eaten fresh, More >

blueberry

The Health Benefits of Blueberry

Fruits are not only delicious but healthful too. Blueberry is a fruit that belong to the Vaccinium family. Blueberries grow in clusters and range in size from that of a small pea to a marble.

 

They are deep in colour, ranging from blue to maroon to purple-black, and feature a More >


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Huckleberry

Huckleberry

Huckleberries are small and round and they can be found in blue, crimson, and purple or in very dark blue colour. These berries can be very sweet to taste or even sour.

 

These berries belong to the family Ericaceae and are not only good to taste, but, are also useful for More >

Chokecherry

The Health Benefits of Chokecherry

Chokecherry is a fruit that belongs to the cherry and berry family of the bird-cherry species. Chokecherry was widely employed medicinally by many native North American Indian tribes who used it to treat a variety of complaints, valuing it especially for its astringency and beneficial effect upon the respiratory system. More >

choke berries

The Health Benefits of Chokeberry

Chokeberry also known as aronia is one of the healthiest berries in the world, packed with nutrients to keep the body healthy and fight against various ailments.

 

This berry is the fruit of a deciduous shrub that is found in the state of Ohio and the eastern part of North More >

Beautyberry

The Health Benefits of Beautyberry

Callicarpa (beautyberry) is a genus of shrubs and small trees in the family Lamiaceae. The leaves are simple, opposite, and 5–25 cm long. The flowers are in clusters, white to pinkish.

 

The fruit is a berry, 2–5 mm diameter and pink to red-purple with a highly distinctive metallic lustre, are very conspicuous More >

Xigua Fruit

The Health Benefits of Xigua Fruit

Xigua (pronounced “she gwah”) is a common melon found in Africa. It has a hard rind that can be yellowish to green and has a soft fleshy inside that is pink and edible and is known in other countries as the watermelon.

 

It is closely related to squash, cantaloupe, pumpkin, More >

Naranjilla Fruit

The Health Benefits of Naranjilla Fruit

Lulo Fruit or Naranjilla Fruit contains lots of Vitamins A, C, B also iron, phosphorus, beta-carotene, magnesium, and calcium. Lulo is virtually fat free and very low in calories and is very high in antioxidants.

 

Lulo is low in calories, contains iron, and seems to be a good diuretic; and More >

Muscadine Grape

The Health Benefits of Muscadine Grape

Muscadine grape (Vitis rotundifoliaMichx) is native to the south-eastern United States and was the first native grape species to be cultivated in North America. Muscadine grapes are late in breaking bud in the spring and require 100-120 days to mature fruit.

 

In colour the fruits range from greenish bronze through More >