A rich in Vitamins and minerals fruit KIWI. You might wonder where it gotten its name. The kiwifruit derived its name from a bird kiwi. This bird is similarly brown just like its fruit. The kiwifruit was originally named Chinese gooseberry where it originated but was immediately changed for export purposes into Melonette . When New Zealand exporters brought the fruit, they renamed it as KIWI.
Vitamin C is the number one potent antioxidant which protects our bodies from harmful diseases and ailments, in Kiwi Vitamin C is 98%. It helps build-up our immunity and defends our bodies against oxidative stress.It is a highly-effective antioxidant, and can improve our health if included in our daily diet.
This aromatic fruit also contains other antioxidants such as the fat-soluble Vitamins A and E. Kiwis are rich in Vitamin E and are massively used as beauty products because they make our skin healthier and younger-looking. Kiwi has for instance two times more Vitamin E than avocados but less calories. Its Vitamin A content is in the form of beta-carotene which improves eyesight and relieves a disease called Age-Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD)
Glutathione found in kiwis is a beneficial substance which cleanses and protects our body from diseases and cancer, it also prevents the mutation of genes and cells that may initiate in cancer process. But the main purpose of glutathione is to whiten our skin and removes blemishes naturally. The glutathione and Vitamin E content in kiwis made this fruit a perfect skin whitener.
- Kiwi 3
- Water 1 cup
- Honey 1 tbsp.
- Salt pinch
- Peel skin of kiwi and add all ingredients in blender.
- You can use sugar instead of honey.
- Blend well.
- Serve and enjoy 🙂