benefitoffruits


Papaya
July 3, 2011, 2:49 pm
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Benefit of Papaya

  1. Its roots can be used as a cure kidney and bladder.
  2. The leaves as a cure for malaria, stomach cramps and fever. Meanwhile, young leaves and delicious eaten to increase appetite, and can cure the disease beri-beri and to prepare chicken rations.
  3. Young fruit stems and leaves can soften the meat, cosmetic ingredients, purifying beverage, pharmaceutical and textile.
  4. Fruit that can tighten the breast by means consumed regularly, and
  5. Papaya can also promote skin metabolism.

Papaya nutrient  ​​per 100 g (3.5 oz)

  1. Energy 163 kJ (39 kcal)
  2. Carbohydrates 9.81 g
  3. Sugars 5.90 g
  4. Dietary fiber 1.8 g
  5. Fat 0.14 g
  6. Protein 0.61 g
  7. Vitamin A equiv. 55 mg (6%)
  8. Beta-carotene 276 mg (3%)
  9. Thiamine (Vit. B1) 00:04 mg (3%)
  10. Riboflavin (Vit. B2) 0.05 mg (3%)
  11. Niacin (Vit. B3) 0.338 mg (2%)
  12. Vitamin B6 0.1 mg (8%)
  13. Vitamin C 61.8 mg (103%)
  14. Calcium 24 mg (2%)
  15. Iron 0.10 mg (1%)
  16. Magnesium 10 mg (3%)
  17. Phosphorus 5 mg (1%)
  18. Potassium 257 mg (5%)
  19. Sodium 3 mg (0%)
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Duku
July 2, 2011, 5:38 am
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Benefit of Duku

  1. Seeds of bitter taste duku, pounded and mixed with water to cure worms and fever medications.
  2. Bark used as a cure dysentery and malaria. Whereas, bark flour was used as a poultice to treat scorpion bites.
  3. Skin fruit is also used as a drug diarrhea and skin dried fruit, in the Philippines used to be burned as mosquito repellent. Rind complexioned especially, dried and processed to be mixed in incense or incense.

Duku nutrition per 100g

    1. Calories 7.0 cal
    2. Protein 1.0 grams
    3. Fat 0.2 grams
    4. Carbohydrates 13 grams
    5. Mineral 0.7 gram
    6. Kalsium 18 mg
    7. Phosphorus 9 mg
    8. Iron 0.9 mg
    9. Tiamin 0,05 mg
    10. Riboflavin 0.02 mg
    11. Niacin 0,5 mg
    12. Vitamin C 4 -13,4 mg


Passion Fruit
May 8, 2011, 12:04 pm
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Benefit of Passion fruit:

  1. Passion fruit juice reduces cancer cell growth. Although research is being done about this problem, the phytochemicals in fruit juices are considered to inhibit cancer cell growth.
  2. Phenolic acids and flavonoids present in fruits which should have the function of protecting the heart.
  3. Phenolic profile of the fruit is known for anti-microbial activity.
  4. Passion Fruit is a good source of antioxidants, both water soluble and fat soluble.
  5. Passion fruit is considered good for products that require pasteurization.
  6. This fruit is high in carbohydrates and simple sugars, which enhance athletic performance.
  7. This fruit contains sterols, which help in lowering cholesterol levels.
  8. Passion fruit is a reservoir of vitamin C, vitamin A and potassium.
  9. Seeds of fruit is a vital source of fiber.

Passionfruit (Passiflora edulis), fresh,
Passion Fruit Nutrition Value per 100 g.

  1. Energy 97 Kcal 5%
  2. Carbohydrate 23.38 g 18%
  3. Protein 2.20 g 4%
  4. Total Fat 0.70 g 3%
  5. Cholesterol 0 mg 0%
  6. Dietary fiber 10.40 g 27%

Vitamin

  1. Folates 14 mcg 3%
  2. Niacin 1.500 mg 9%
  3. Pyridoxine 0.100 mg , 8%
  4. Riboflavin 0.130 mg 10%
  5. Thiamin 0.00 mg 0%
  6. Vitamin A 1274 IU 43%
  7. Vitamin C 30 mg 50%
  8. Vitamin E 0.02 mcg <1%
  9. Vitamin K 0.7 mg 0.5%

Electrolyte

  1. Sodium 0 mg 0%
  2. Potassium 348 mg 7%
  3. Mineral
  4. Calcium 12 mg 1.2%
  5. Copper 0.086 mg 9.5%
  6. Iron 1.60 mg 20%
  7. Magnesium 29 mg 7%
  8. Phosphorus 68 mg 10%
  9. Selenium 0.6 mcg 1%
  10. Zinc 0.10 mcg 1%

Phyto-nutrients

  1. ß-carotene 743 mcg –
  2. Crypto-xanthin-ß 41 mcg –
  3. Lycopene 0 mcg


Durio
May 8, 2011, 11:46 am
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Benefit of Durio:

  1. Some parts of the plant is sometimes used as an ingredient of traditional medication.
  2. Roots used as a medication fever.
  3. The leaves, mixed with jeringau (Acorus Calamus), used to cure cantengan (infection of the nails).
  4. Men to treat skin rash on the skin (scab) and constipation (constipation).
  5. Rind is also used to be burned and the ashes used in potions to launch abort menstrual and womb. Ash ash and water immersion is also used as a mixture of traditional dyes.
  6. Some communities in Java using durio skin that has been eaten as a repellent (Repellent) mosquitoes by putting them in a corner.

Each 100 g of coated seeds contain

  1. Water 67 g
  2. Carbohydrate 28.3 g
  3. Fat2.5 g
  4. Protein  2.5 g
  5. Fiber1.4 g
  6. Energy of 520 kJ
  7. Vitamin B1
  8. Vitamin B2
  9. Vitamin C
  10. Potassium
  11. Calcium and
  12. Phosphorus


Grapes
May 7, 2011, 12:10 pm
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Benefit of Grapes:

  1. Grapes that combines power and increase the humidity in the lungs.
  2. Red grapes contains a powerful antibacterial and antiviral so it can protect the body from infection.
  3. Grapes can improve brain health and protect it from attacks such as Alzheimer’s disease.
  4. Purple grape juice can prevent breast cancer that significantly reduce tumor mass in the breast.
  5. Grape contains organic acids, sugars, and cellulose that acts as a laxative.
  6. Grape juice contains instant energy. And white grape juice is rich in iron to reduce fatigue.
  7. Nitric oxide will increase once you eat grapes are useful to prevent clots and reduce the risk of heart disease.
  8. Grape removing the heat and cure indigestion and irritation of the stomach.
  9. Setap grape juice consumed in the morning will help cure migraines.
  10. Grape is able to get rid of acid in renal system that would reduce the pressure in the kidney disorder.

Grapes nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)

  1. Energy 288 kJ (69 kcal)
  2. Carbohydrates 18.1 g
  3. Sugar 15.48 g
  4. Dietary fiber 0.9 g
  5. Fat 0.16 g
  6. Protein 0.72 g
  7. Thiamine (Vit. B1), 0069 mg (5%)
  8. Riboflavin (Vit. B2) 0.07 mg (5%)
  9. Niacin (Vit. B3), 0188 mg (1%)
  10. Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.05 mg (1%)
  11. Vitamin B6 0.086 mg (7%)
  12. Folate (Vit. B9) 2 mg (1%)
  13. Vitamin B12 0 mg (0%)
  14. Vitamin C 10.8 mg (18%)
  15. Vitamin K 22 mg (21%)
  16. Calcium 10 mg (1%)
  17. Iron 0.36 mg (3%)
  18. Magnesium 7 mg (2%)
  19. Manganese 0.071 mg (4%)
  20. Phosphorus 20 mg (3%)
  21. Potassium 191 mg (4%)
  22. Sodium 3.02 mg (0%)
  23. Zinc 0.07 mg (1%)


Mango
May 7, 2011, 11:57 am
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Benefit of Mango:

  1. Body odor / bad body odor.
  2. Lower body temperature during fever.
  3. Crytoxanthin namely mangoes contain anti-cancer ingredients.
  4. Mango fruit contains a very useful error acids for digestion.

Mango nutritional content value per 100 g (3.5 oz)

  1. Energy 272 kJ (65 kcal)
  2. Carbohydrates 17.00 g
  3. Sugars 14.8 g
  4. Dietary fiber 1.8 g
  5. Fat 0.27 g
  6. Protein 0.51 g
  7. Vitamin A equiv. 38 mg (4%)
  8. Beta-carotene 445 mg (4%)
  9. Thiamine (Vit. B1), 0058 mg (4%)
  10. Riboflavin (Vit. B2) 0.057 mg (4%)
  11. Niacin (Vit. B3) 0.584 mg (4%)
  12. Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.160 mg (3%)
  13. Vitamin B6 0.134 mg (10%)
  14. Folate (Vit. B9) 14 mg (4%)
  15. Vitamin C 27.7 mg (46%)
  16. Calcium 10 mg (1%)
  17. Iron 0.13 mg (1%)
  18. Magnesium 9 mg (2%)
  19. Phosphorus 11 mg (2%)
  20. Potassium 156 mg (3%)
  21. Zinc 0.04 mg (0%)


Rambutan
May 4, 2011, 9:21 pm
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Benefit of Rambutan

  1. These plant parts that can be used as a drug is used untukmengatasi rind dysentery and fever,
  2. bark used to treat thrush, the leaf used to treat diarrhea and to blacken the hair, the root used to treat fever,
  3. seeds used to treat diabetes (diabetes mellitus).

Rambutan Nutrition 100 g

  1. Energy 343 kJ (82 kcal)
  2. Carbohydrates 20.87 g
  3. dietary fiber 0.9 g
  4. Fat 0.21 g
  5. Protein 0.65 g
  6. Water 78.04 g
  7. Vitamin A equiv. 0 mg (0%)
  8. Vitamin A IU 3
  9. Beta-carotene 2 mg (0%)
  10. Thiamine (Vit. B1) 0.013 mg (1%)
  11. Riboflavin (Vit. B2) 0.022 mg (1%)
  12. Niacin (Vit. B3) 1.352 mg (9%)
  13. Pantothenic acid (B5) 0018 mg (0%)
  14. Vitamin B6 0.020 mg (2%)
  15. Folate (Vit. B9) 8 mg (2%)
  16. Vitamin B12 0:00 mg (0%)
  17. Vitamin C 4.9 mg (8%)
  18. Calcium 22 mg (2%)
  19. Iron 0.35 mg (3%)
  20. Magnesium 7 mg (2%)
  21. Manganese 0.343 mg (17%)
  22. Phosphorus 9 mg (1%)
  23. Potassium 42 mg (1%)
  24. Sodium 11 mg (0%)