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%)


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