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3 exotic fruits you should include in your diet!


Three exotic fruits

you must include in your diet

When you visit a nearby local market you come across a plethora of fruits – from apples to oranges to bananas. While these fruits have their own health benefits, you can’t survive on the same flavours for long. When the plan is to bring a change to the diet, without compromising, and add more colours and flavours to home-made shakes, smoothies, and even desserts, you must try some exotic fruits to refresh your taste buds.

 

Since local markets are limited to common fruits only, you would have to visit

My Exotic Fruit to find rare and fresh fruits, like Custard Apple, Carambola and Durian.

 

If you’re tempted to introduce some new flavours to your diet, here are three that you must try.

Carambola
Carambola is star-shaped fruit, mostly yellow-green in color.


The fruit is native to Malaysia and Indonesia.


Carambola is popular not only for

its five or six-pointed star shape but also for the sweetness.


The fruit is a rich source of vitamin C that repairs free-radical damages.

It also contains potassium in small amounts that regulate blood pressure and magnesium and calcium that collectively strengthen bones.

At My Exotic Fruit, you can buy exotic fruits including Custard Apple, Carambola and Durian, online, at a not-so-expensive price.

Custard Apple
Also known as cherimoya, Custard Apple is a heart-shaped tropical fruit that is consumed worldwide to calm the nerves.


Though the fruit is native to the West Indies and South America, this delicate fruit with a greenish scaly skin is available on My Exotic Fruit.


The fruit got his name from the custard-like texture that tastes like a mixture of banana and pineapple garnished with honey.


Most people add Custard Apple to their diet as it offers multiple health benefits. It’s an excellent source of dietary fibre, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and calcium.

Durian

The king of fruits, Durian is a large, green fruit that mostly found in Asian countries.


Though people turn away from Durian because of its ugly, pungent smell, it’s extremely beneficial for people with blood pressure conditions.


Not only is this exotic fruit a good source of nutrition, but it also eliminates harmful cholesterol.


The thorny outer shell is a house of antibiotics and contains cough-relieving properties.