Roberto, our good friend who sells seasonal fruits in one of the corners of the “José María Pino Suárez” market, now surprises us with the custard apple fruit, from the custard apple tree, which is more common this December, although he also says Wikipedia that can be found in autumn.
The good Roberto cuts fruit and offers it to us and has a sweet, white pulp and seed flavor; It also offers them to people apparently of Japanese or Chinese origin who taste custard apple and it tastes pleasant.
So who likes this fruit, run with Roberto because they run out of a unit price of five pesos and up to three pesos, the smallest. Right there, next to his cart, you can eat them.
Roberto did not know how to say its properties of this fruit, but Wikipedia does not crack and there it is said that the custard apple contains vitamins C, B3, B1, B2, B9 and A. The minerals include potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus , sodium, iodine, zinc and iron. The caloric value of custard apple is 85 kcal. per 100 grams.
Some properties are a fruit that helps us maintain a good intestinal transit and prevents constipation. Also, due to its fiber content, custard apple helps prevent colon cancer. It promotes the optimal functioning of our central nervous system.
It is also a fruit that can improve heavy and slow digestions. Take it for dessert. Custard apple antioxidants help our defenses do their job properly. Custard apple is a natural remedy to reduce or eliminate fluid retention.
It is especially beneficial during the growth stages. It can help us improve iron absorption due to its vitamin C content, and thus prevent or improve iron deficiency anemia. It is an excellent food for athletes for its beneficial action in the functioning of the muscular system. Custard apple is satiating and can be included in weight loss diets for people who want to lose weight.
In intestinal ailments, such as the irritable bowel, custard apple is beneficial because of its high fiber content. It helps people with hypertension or high blood pressure due to its low sodium content.
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