There are several fruits in season already. But let us talk about ‘Agbalumo’ and pineapples.
The African star apple is more commonly known as Agbalumo in Yoruba and Udara in Igbo. Agbalumo is a seasonal fruit loved by all.
Do you know the advantages of taking Agbalumo? It is more than just eating till it becomes chewing gum. Most people only take it just because of the sweetness, not knowing it has a good effect on the body.
- It contains different Vitamins.
- It prevents gum diseases, heals toothache as well as sore throat.
- The acidic taste of Agbalumo helps prevent nausea during pregnancy.
Pineapples are very popular this season too.
Do you know that pineapple is said to have originated from South America and is rich in nutrients and antioxidants that can fight inflammation?
Pineapples also contain a good level of several B vitamins which propel your brain to function better
It is a stress reliever.
When you have slight digestion problems? You can fix it by adding some pineapple to your regular diet.
Pineapples can be used to make smoothies, added to cocktails, used for fruit cakes and added to salads.
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