Japanese apple provides 80% of the daily dose of vitamin C


Japanese apple provides 80% of the daily dose of vitamin C.
Japanese apple (khaki) is an excellent fruit against malignant diseases, strengthens the body and stops aging. This fruit provides 80% of the daily dose of vitamin C. However, Japanese apple is not recommended for people with stomach ulcers (or people who have recently had stomach ulcers) because it contains tannin. The use of Japanese apples is not recommended for diabetics and people prone to acute inflammatory conditions of the kidneys and bladder. It is also not recommended for people prone to digestive problems and indigestion.
Japanese khaki or persimmon (Latin Dios-pyros) looks like a tomato. After you cut the apple in half then you will see juicy flesh with a tempting and sweet taste. Japanese apple has an unusually mild and sweet taste, but this fruit is both interesting and healing. The Japanese apple has its roots in Japan, although today it is grown throughout Europe and other parts of the world. It contains large amounts of potassium, magnesium and carotene, which are effective preventive measures against cancer. The soft part of the apple contains up to 15% fructose and glucose and has a high content of vitamins A, C and P (which maintain the elasticity of blood vessels and the health of the cardiovascular system). This fruit contains a lot of protein, carbohydrates, organic acids, calcium, manganese, iron and sodium. Japanese apple is on the same level with green tea in terms of antioxidant content. The above elements are the best protection against cancers, inflammatory conditions and infections.
This tasty and healing fruit contains pectins that actively affect the intestinal microflora and have a binding effect (they absorb all toxins). The large amount of fiber in the fruit improves the work of the digestive system. Apple contains iron, which is especially useful for people with anemia. That is why it is also recommended for pregnant women. In case of cough and cold, rinse the throat with the juice of one whole ripe fruit dissolved in 100 ml of water. For eating, use only ripe fruits. When buying, choose softer, bright orange fruits with dry leaves. Due to the high content of tannins, unripe apples have an unfavorable digestive effect, ie they cause diarrhea, while the ripe fruit helps to fight against poor digestion.


Using a Japanese apple
This fruit can be eaten fresh, dried or cooked. The most important thing is to peel the bark before use. Cut the apple into quarters and eat the pieces. Do not eat a Japanese apple on an empty stomach as it can cause diarrhea. It is best to eat this fruit after breakfast. Fresh fruits and juice are good for the body. They regulate the gap with digestion. Dried ripe fruits are effective against bronchial diseases and dry cough. Sweet Japanese apple can be used for aromatic pastries. Dried fruits are useful during the winter. They have a high nutritional value. Dried fruits can be used as a coffee substitute. Roast and grind the fruits using the same procedure as with coffee beans.

  1. Japanese apple strengthens immunity. Increases work ability and increases appetite. It calms the nervous system.
  2. Actively nourishes the heart muscle and strengthens the cardiovascular system due to monosaccharides in fruits.
  3. The glucose level in this fruit does not reach critical limits (unlike the use of refined sugar).
  4. Daily use of the mature and soft part of the fruit allows the replacement of organic iodine (useful for the thyroid gland).
  5. The composition of Japanese apples includes vitamin C, provitamin A, vitamins A and P, citric and malic acid and a number of other useful substances.
  6. Fruit is a valuable and nutritious food due to its high content of provitamin A. This provitamin strengthens the sexual functions of the male body.
  7. Beta-carotene in ripe fruits contributes to skin rejuvenation. It allows the skin to be soft and silky for a long time. In Japan, people with this fruit are fighting against aging.
  8. Fruits contain a high concentration of carotene, which in combination with vitamin C effectively improves eyesight.
  9. Frequent use of Japanese apple (one fruit every day) is recommended because groups of vitamins from the fruit stimulate the immune system. This allows the body to avoid many diseases.
  10. Scientists, for example, recently found that vitamin A is an effective anti-cancer agent, while vitamins C and P significantly reduce vascular fragility. Apple is effective especially in winter against colds and viruses.
  11. Flavonoids (more precisely quercetin) unequivocally affect the regulation of high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
  12. Official science has shown that the use of products containing beta-carotene (for example, Japanese apple) significantly reduces the risk of lung cancer (in smokers). In terms of beta-carotene content, Japanese apple significantly surpasses many berries and fruits. For example, 100 grams of apples contain only 66 calories.
  13. An apple has bactericidal properties, so you can lean the half-cut fruit on burns and scratches if you do not have any other product.
  14. This fruit is useful in the post-operative period (except for gastric surgery) because it restores the patient’s strength faster. Both fruit and leaves are used in medicine. Dried leaf tea is useful for the elderly and people who have anemia. The leaves placed under the steam are then used for purulent external wounds on the body.



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