When you think of Kiwi fruit, you might think of tropical fruits like mango or avocado. But in New Zealand, the native fruit of the tui (elderly people) is actually kiwi fruit. It’s also known as sour blackberry or kiwi fruit. It’s a type of fruit native to New Zealand but is also found in parts of Europe and the Middle East. The name kiwi is a combination of the words kiwi (a species of fruit) and fruit. It’s a good example of this: kiwi fruit is a type of fruit native to New Zealand but also found in Europe and the Middle East. In other words, these two areas have a pretty good reason to call their fruit kiwi. Because it’s actually a good combination of the best things about both of those countries. The benefits of kiwi fruit are many
Fresh and Refreshing
Kiwis are full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They’re also rich in Vitamin A and C, Vitamin B2 and B3, Vitamin B5, and Vitamin B9. The list of plenty of vitamins and minerals you get from kiwis is long, and you wouldn’t think it would be the best idea to start a Natural Living series with a list. But you’re wrong.
Good For Skin and Hair
Not only does kiwi care for your skin, but it’s also good for your hair. Not only does it keep your hair young, but it’s also full of antioxidants that are believed to reduce the risk of many types of cancer.
Rich in Fats
Fats are important in our diet, and kiwis are no exception. They contain good amounts of saturated fats, cholesterol, and protein. This means that they are good for you, but not in a high-fat or sugary kind of way. Healthy, recommended dietary fats for kiwis include: Olive oil: Good for you because it’s high in good fats and carotene. Canola oil: Good for your skin, but not good for your hair. Peanut oil: Good for your skin, but not good for your hair. Canola oil, sunny lean oil, and safflower oil are all good for your hair.
Good For Bones
Bones are one of the most important body parts, and kiwis are also a good source of calcium.
Good For Weight Loss
Weight loss is always difficult, especially when you’re carrying a significant number of pounds around your midsection. It’s difficult to lose weight when your entire body looks like that of an emaciated pet, and the only way to do it is by depriving yourself of food. Kiwis are a good way to do that.
Tastes Great in Smoothies
Why not put all the good effects of kiwis in smoothies? You could put a kiwi smoothie on your November menu, and you’d be hard-pressed to tell the difference. Because both species of fruit are the same, there’s no potential for hybridization between the two. What’s more, kiwis don’t get very cold during the winter. So you can use them as a source of heat while you sleep, or as a source of protein during the day.
Super Easy to Make
There are a number of ways to make kiwi sauce. You could make it at home, you could buy it made, or you could make it in a hotel room. Whatever you do, make sure you are using fresh, raw fruits and vegetables. You’ll get a better outcome if you make your own.
Just Wash and Eat
Like any other food, you’d be remiss if you didn’t wash your kiwi sauce dishes thoroughly. Washing them in the sink doesn’t twist the ingredients of the dish, it’s just wasted water. So you’d do well to Wash your Kiwisauce dishes thoroughly in the sink and then immediately place them in the dishwasher.
The benefits for kiwis are numerous. It’s full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. It’s rich in fat and calories, but it’s also packed with fiber and protein. It’s great for your body, but especially good for your hair and nails. And last but not least, kiwis are a very healthy snack. You’re probably going to be throwing them in your lunch box this coming week. If you’ve never had kiwis, you’re missing out. You’re probably actually quite happy with your current diet. You’ve got too much energy and too little fat. You’re looking forward to your next meal and you’re feeling good. What are your thoughts about kiwis? Let us know in the comments section below! That’s it for this week’s Health Diet! Next week we’re going to look at the health benefits of red wine. Have an amazing week and make sure you are eating well!