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Although they may not look attractive at first glance, but, beneath that brown fuzz is a beautiful bright green fruit full of tasty and healthful dietary nutrition. But before we talk about how to eat them, here are some of their powerful health benefits.


Helps asthma: it’s thought that the high amount of vitamin C and antioxidants that kiwis contain can actually help treat people with asthma. A study that there was a beneficial effect on the Lung function among those who consumed fresh fruit regularly, including kiwis. Fresh fruit like kiwi may reduce wheezing in susceptible children.


Increase digestion: kiwis have plenty of fibre, which is already good for digestion. They also contain a proteolytic enzyme called actinidin that can help break down protein. Studies show that kiwi extract containing actinidin greatly enhanced the digestion of most proteins.


Improve immunity: kiwis are nutrient dense and full of vitamin C. In fact just 1 cup of kiwi provides 273% of your daily recommended value. Vitamin C is an essential nutrient when it comes to boosting your immune system to ward off disease. One study even found that kiwis may support immune function and reduce the likelihood of developing cold or flu like symptoms.


Treats high blood pressure: not only can kiwi fruits provide an extra boost to our immune system, they can also help us to manage our blood pressure. A study found that the bio-active substances in three kiwis a day can lower blood pressure more than one apple a day. Long term, this may also mean a lowered risk for conditions that can be caused by high blood pressure like strokes and heart attacks.


Eyes health: macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss, and kiwis might help protect your eyes from it. One study found that by eating three servings of fruit a day, macular degeneration was decreases by 36%. Kiwis’ high levels of zeaxanthin and lutein are thought to contribute to this effect.

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