Top 10 Astonishing Health Benefits of Kiwi Fruit Remedy – Pentaglax Home Remedies

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The Kiwi fruit is believed to originate from china and taiwan.

Kiwi is a delicious fruit with a vigorous colour and a fortifying taste that can be added in many recipes.

Nutritional composition

Vitamin A2%DV
Vitamin C230%DV

Health benefits of Kiwi fruit

  1. Boost immunity
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Kiwi fruit contains anti-fungal properties and abudant amounts of vitamin C to fight microbes, making it a good choice for people suffering from weakened immunity.

The presence of vitamin C also protects you from seasonal diseases.

2. Fights cancer

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Kiwi fruit treats DNA degeneration and it has cytotoxic effect on cancer cells.

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3. Good for insomnia

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Insomnia is a common sleeping disorder that makes you find it hard to sleep and even wake up several times during the night.

Kiwi fruit contains serotonin, a compound that stabilizes your mood and makes you feel happy thus helping in sleeping.


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Studies have shown that kiwi fruit contains properties that protect the adipose tissues from disfunction.

Inflammation of the adipose tissues plays a role in the development of insulin resistance.

Kiwi fruit is proven by research to have a low glycemic index.

Glycemic index is the measurement of how quickly a certain food can cause a rise in your blood sugar.

5. Skin health

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Kiwi is rich in vitamin E which is known for promoting a smooth and flawless skin and fight wrinkles.

6. Anemia

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Kiwi is a good source of vitamin C and phytochemicals such as lutein and zeaxanthin which are known to boost the absorption of iron by your body.

7. Heart health


Kiwi contains abudant amounts of potassium, vitamin E and C, organic compounds that boost cardiovascular health and protects the arteries from clogging.

8. Reduces symptoms of asthma

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Kiwi fruit contains sufficient amounts of vitamin C and magnesium to reduce asthma symptoms and also promote proper lung function.

9. Weight loss

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Kiwi is packed with filling fiber which helps you feel full for longer thus protecting you from overeating.

They also aid in weight loss since they are 90% filled with waterwhich keeps your body hydrated.

10. Digestive health

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Greeen Kiwi fruit contains actinidin, an enzyme that breaks down proteins and promotes intestinal function.

The fiber present in kiwi fruit also prevents constipation

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Alfred Okoko – Life and Health Transformation Coach

Your expressed quality of health today or tomorrow rests squarely on your hands. Did you know that whatever you think and eat actually has an impact on your health? You are the creator in your life! Health or disease expression may all have roots from the quality of thinking and eating. Remember that your thinking is what drives your daily life choices including lifestyle! Health and disease therefore become the printout of your past life choices whose outcomes are being expressed today. What you think and eat can impact your immune system. This is actually good news. You can now take charge of your quality of life today. By altering both your thinking and living to match your desired future health status, you can now halt or even reverse your present undesirable health status. Change the roots and you’ll definitely change the fruits in your life! Best of health!

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