Health tip # 68

Durian fruit

No, its not Jack-fruit. Revered in Southeast Asia as the “king of fruits,” Durian is relatively unknown to many countries outside Asia. Durian is the only fruit banned from airline cabins, hotels and public transportation due to its strong and pungent smell. Durian fruit is native to Borneo and Malaysia producing at least 11 native species. Here are some health benefits:

  • Durian is naturally rich in Vitamin B6 which is essential for the production of serotonin which help to tide over depression.
  • High levels of antioxidants in Durian in the form of Vitamin C help in optimizing immune system and strengthening it to provide protection from pathogens.
  • Vitamin C is found in abundance in this fruit which aids in delaying aging.
  • Durian is considered as the best substitute for citrus fruits in building a strong defense against viral diseases.
  • The presence of manganese in Durian aids in the regulation and maintenance of blood sugar levels.
  • Folic acid and Iron in Durian fruit can be used effectively to cure and prevent anemia.
  • Durian is best suggested to maintain strong immune system supporting recovery from injuries.
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  1. Durian the king of fruits. Not all like it’s strong fragrance. It’s superb perfumed. Eat today you will smell durian for 4 days 😁 there is a technique to eat this to avoid the fragrant smell after eating. A thin layer of pea nut butter as well salt and petter very little to add up on inner layer and the next 6 hrs the fragrance be less.

    I was not liking this fragrance in beginning my Indonesian friend share me a tip how to eat Durian and I never miss chance to eat this when ever I find it in supermarkets of philippines Thailand Indonesia or Singapore. When ever I visit for work I try look at durian.

    In Hong Kong πŸ‡­πŸ‡° we do get durian it’s not super fresh and 5 times expensive at times still we don’t stop πŸ›‘ eating durian.

    Once any one get its taste then there is no end when ever they see ripen durian.

    Cheers. Have a great day and happy palm Sunday.

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