A new interesting research involving the furry fruit name “Kiwi”.
Long ago, the “kiwi” was originally grown in Southern China, then “given” to New Zealand & Australia under the name of bird early in the 20th century. Kiwis may be one of the smaller fruits, but their nutritional contents from a cup of fresh juice are known as one of the most wonderful gift from nature.
Lutein, a powerful antioxidant which is thought to be one of the active components in the fruit that reduces blood pressure. This conclusion was reported by Norwegian researchers who said that eating three kiwi fruits per day can significantly cut blood pressure in people with mild hypertension.
Kiwi is found richer in vitamin C than orange and higher fiber than apple. . Vitamin C is especially important in respiratory-related health symptoms including wheezing, shortness of breath, asthma and coughing. They’re very rich in potassium, which is also important for the prevention of high blood pressure.
People who are trouble with digestion can intake more kiwi instead of other fruits as it can make a gentle and effective laxative.
A semi-firm, unblemished kiwi with uniform skin is the best if you are wondering about choosing this fruit. Kiwis sweeten with age and its nutrient content is stronger also with age but it should be consumed before they become mushy. Is should always be places in a refrigerator.
Kiwi as well as red wine in a previous study is also known to have positive benefits for the heart. However, it is not totally keep your doctor at bay as there are still many tests and blood pressure medications needed doctors’ advices.