Grapefruit and Apple Cider Vinegar Health Benefits Nutrition Facts Vitamins Calories -


Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Grapefruit and Apple Cider Vinegar Health Benefits Nutrition Facts Vitamins Calories

Grapefruit is a bitter fruit, but is extremely popular due to its abundant health benefits, since it is a common breakfast table fruit today.
Usually made from fermented ripe apples, apple cider vinegar is usually used to marinate meat and fish. However apart from being a good marinating agent, it helps in curing a number of health conditions. 
Grapefruit is orange like fruit related to the family citrus. The fruit is obtained from the cross breeding or pomelo and orange. The fruit looks like an orange. It is of two types: red and blond grapefruit. It contains vitamins A, B, C, E and K. The minerals present include calcium, phosphorus and potassium. The essential oils present in fruit are limonene, citral and pinene. The phytonutrients in the fruit are flavonoids, liminoids, lycopene and glucarates. 


• It is rich in nutrients such as potassium, calcium and vitamin P. It also contains other important vitamins such as B1 and B2.
• Grapefruit is rich in vitamin C, since it is a good cure for cold and flu.
• It is helpful to cure conditions related to the liver and arteries. It also helps in reducing the risk of prostrate cancer.
• It is also useful to reduce pollution, which is associated with conditions such as asthma and osteoarthritis. It is also considered a good cure for conditions such as stroke, cancer and other heart diseases.


• It is rich in beta carotene and pectin fiber. The former helps to attain a toned skin, hence it helps to reduce aging. The latter helps to maintain cholesterol levels
• Apple cider vinegar is also rich in minerals such as sodium, calcium and potassium. It helps in eliminating toxic waste, prevails hair loss, strengthens the bones etc.
• If added with honey, it helps in reducing obesity, since it is a great source for weight reduction.
• It also helps in reducing joint pain and arthritis as it has an high malic acid content.

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