Acerola

SUPER POWER! Also called “Antilles Cherry,” the fruit of an acerola has a sour taste and looks like a little apple about the size of a cherry. It’s considered a super-fruit because it contains 20 to 30 times more vitamin C than
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Kiwi

Hidden underneath the kiwi’s fuzzy, brown skin is its soft emerald green or golden yellow flesh and tough white heart sprinkled with small, crunchy black seeds. But be careful, the kiwi can turn milk and other dairy products, as
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Avocado

This fruit is essential for pregnant woman in their second and third terms, and above all for their growing child(ren). Its creamy flesh and fine taste are second to none.
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Tomato

What do you really know about tomatoes? That it’s a vegetable? Well, no, it’s actually a fruit! There are more than 3,800 varieties of tomatoes currently listed in the European base of seed varieties. Enough for it to never be
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Strawberry

Strawberries grow from its flower’s fleshy bract. So, technically, they are “fake fruits.” More or less shaped in oval ovoid, they are colored red, yellow or white according to the variety. It’s so good, you’re bound to eat th
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Apple

“One apple a day keeps the doctor away,” is what they say. The diversity of apples varies in tastes and pleasures while maintaining the faculties of an “ideal” fruit. It’s the Fruit of Genesis ;-), and one of the best appet
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Banana

A banana tree, contrary to popular belief, is not a real tree but an herbaceous plant. A banana “tree” produces only one bunch at a time, so it is importance to cut it off after the harvest to make room for the next. The banana is
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Chestnut

The chestnut is hidden inside a spikey “burr.” It’s a fragrant fruit with a hard, smooth case and a sweet almond taste. “Marron” or chestnut? In both cases, it’s the shell of a chestnut fruit. The only difference is in the
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Grape

Grapes are full of flavor! They’re known to be ancient fighters for healthy hearts!
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Mango

If the mango is appreciated for its juicy, fragrant pulp, then the “peach of the tropics” can also be for its many nutritional advantages. It is the most well-respected fruit in India and in any Ayurvedic kitchen.
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