Guava

Guavas (Psidium guajava, of the family Myrtaceae) are native to tropical America and are grown in nearly all tropical areas in the world. The fruit of the best-known guava, P. guajava var. pyriferum, varies greatly in size, up to 0.5 lb, and color, from white to yellow or red. The fruit from P. guajava var. pomiferum is smaller and redder. P. cat-tleianum or P. littorale, native to Brazil, has small, round, purple fruit. The small purple strawberry guava, P. littorale var. longipes, is also widely cultivated. The fruit may be consumed raw, canned, frozen, or in the form of juice. It is widely used for jams, jellies, preserves, and confections. The fruit contains about 240 mg/100 g of vitamin C and has been promoted as a good source of vitamin C.

Berry Boosters

Berry Boosters

Acai, Maqui And Many Other Popular Berries That Will Change Your Life And Health. Berries have been demonstrated to be some of the healthiest foods on the planet. Each month or so it seems fresh research is being brought out and new berries are being exposed and analyzed for their health giving attributes.

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