Kiwi juice: history, treatment, useful properties and composition

Kiwi juice: history, treatment, useful properties and composition
 Few people know that the kiwi is not actually a fruit, berry, and initially it was even called the Chinese gooseberry. In our country, familiarity with the kiwi was most curious way about 40 years ago, when the customs of these brownish hairy balls taken for explosives and even called sappers for their removal.

This exotic delicacy whole world owes horticulturist Alexander Allison from New Zealand. More than 100 years ago brought him a gift from the Chinese plant seeds, so-called "monkey peach". This name is obtained by silky fruit, which, however, were small enough and tough, absolutely tasteless. Ellison has made every effort to improve the taste of kiwi. It took about thirty years of hard work and a lot of time for humanity to learn these juicy, delicious and flavorful berries.

Kiwi interested many scientists, and in numerous studies have shown that the juice of this fruit helps burn fat blocking small and large blood vessels, thereby reducing the risk of thrombosis. If you take a daily freshly squeezed juice from 2-3 kiwi fruit, the possibility of blood clots greatly reduced in a month. Thus, the analog is a natural kiwi aspirin, while side effects are completely absent.

In Chinese folk medicine, kiwi juice has long been used as a sedative, for rheumatism, kidney stones, to improve digestion. The juice of the berries has strong antioxidant and anti-tumor properties, helps to cope with fatigue and perfectly stimulates mental and physical activity.

In kiwi juice with a relatively low caloric contains large amounts of minerals and various vitamins, enzymes and tannins. It contains a lot of B vitamins, especially folic acid, which must be taken by pregnant women. Vitamin C content of kiwifruit is so great that even exceeds the number of lemons. And among the micronutrients in the juice kiwi leading potassium, which makes its use very beneficial for people suffering from various cardiovascular diseases.

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