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Passion fruit
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Taste- Passion fruit by itself has a sharp taste . It is regularly used with additional types of fruit in recipes to lighten its pungent taste. Passion fruit, as well as its flower, are known for their odorless scent. Because of its sweet smelling fragrance, passion fruit is sometimes added to food simply to enhance its aroma..
 

In Detail

Appearance - Passion Fruit is like An oval melon with horns and is very decorative.Passion fruit grows on a vine ,its native is tropical and subtropical regions. Commercially, it is grown-up in Brazil, the Caribbean, Australia, Africa, Southeast Asia and some areas of the United States.

Passion Fruit nutrition information
Facts of Passion Fruit

 

 
Nutrition-of-Passion-FruitPassion fruit is a good and exact source of vitamins A and C. One passion fruit has only 16 calories. When eaten with seeds, a serving is an excellent source of fiber.

Fresh Passion Fruit is high in vitamin A, Potassium and dietary fibre. The Yellow variety is used for juice, processing; the Purple variety is mostly for sold fresh in markets. Passion fruit juice is an excellent source of ascorbic acid (vitamin C).

Passion fruit have wrinkled purple brown rinds and contain several seeds. The seeds are edible,therefore the orange pulp can be eaten straight from the shell.Their pulp is aromatic and fairly sweet. In tropical countries passion fruit is primarily used for juicing.
Health benefits of Passion Fruit
  • The juice of passion fruit reduces cancer cell growth. Though research is underway on this issue, the phytochemicals in the fruit juice are considered to inhibit cancer cell growth..
  • The phenolic acids and flavonoids present in the fruit are supposed to possess heart-protecting function.
  • The phenolic profile of the fruit is known for its anti-microbial activity.
  • It is supposed to possess somniferous properties, which when taken before going to bed, help the person to relax and have a restful sleep. Persimmons can help prevent cancer because it is high in vitamin A.
  • Passion fruit is a reservoir of Vitamin C, Vitamin A and Potassium. The seeds of the fruit are very vital sources of fiber.
 
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