Benefits of Passion Fruit

Passion Fruit, yes ... the fruit that comes from the American continent that has many benefits for the human body, especially those related to health. Why the passion fruit so beneficial? Let's discuss some more.

Passion Fruit Body For Health 
No one does not know the shape of the passion fruit. Passion fruit is very delicious drink made, ie plants originating from tropical and sub tropical regions of the Americas, and included in the genus Passiflora. Keep in mind, the passion fruit has many different names in the world. Therefore, the actual passion fruit instead of fruit originating from Indonesia, but the fruit that comes from the region around Brazil.

But there is also passion fruit cultivated in Indonesia, for example such as the purple passion fruit which has the Latin name Passiflora edulis var. edulis., Konyal passion fruit (Passiflora lingularis), Yellow passion fruit (Passiflora edulis var. flavicarpa) Erbis and passion fruit (Passiflora quadrangularis). Purple passion fruit cultivated in Indonesia, many in the South Sulawesi and North Sumatra. Typically, this passion fruit plants can grow well in areas with an altitude of 800 - 1500 above sea level.

The Benefits and Content of Passion Fruit
Passion fruit is a fruit that can be directly by fresh consumption, but most of the passion fruit though and take the juice to make syrup, jelly, ice cream, squash and other preparations. One of the content of passion fruit is passiflorance which has benefits for making nerves relaxed.

Passion fruit also include fruits rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, iron and potassium. Various content contained in the passion fruit is very beneficial to keep your body to stay healthy and avoid the attack of various diseases. Research at the University of Florida showed that extracts of passion fruit contain phytochemicals that have super benefits for fighting cells - cancer cells. Therefore, the passion fruit is very good as a natural remedy for anti-cancer. Phytochemicals in passion fruit is apparently composed of a variety of content such as harmol, viteksin, isoviteksin, carotenoids, harman, harmalin, and krisin.

Not only that, it turns out according to the phytochemical study of the passion fruit has exceptional nutritional value. Let's look at the nutritional content tremendous passion fruit, such as iron, minerals, protein, niacin, riboflavin, citric acid, carotene, phosphorus, energy, fiber, ascorbic acid, and all the substances needed by the body and helps the body's metabolism.


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