Juicy , fresh and bitter taste of grapefruit pulp - is not only
perfect assistant for weight loss , but also a source of health and longevity

Description Grapefruit Grapefruit - the name of the eponymous fruit trees and family
citrus. It is believed that grapefruit appeared in India as a result of natural
crossing two other citrus - orange and pomelo. In Europe, on grapefruit
learned in 1750, when he was discovered by Griffith Hughes in the island
Barbados. He also gave the fruit called "forbidden fruit", but for some reason
it caught on and soon became known as grapefruit "small Sheddokom"
(Because at that time called pomelo, which is similar to a grapefruit) in honor of the English
Captain Sheddoka. The modern name "grapefruit" appeared thanks to the Jamaican
merchants in 1814, the year. For a long time used as an ornamental grapefruit
plant, but at the end of the XIX century it became grown for human consumption
and industrial purposes. Now grapefruit is grown in most countries
with warmer climates, but most of its plantations in the U.S.,
Caribbean countries, Brazil, Israel, South Africa, Japan and India. The shape of the fruit is rounded,
about 10-15 cm in diameter. Grapefruit covered with dense yellow or red,
depending on the variety, which is located inside the peel pulp, divided
into slices, covered with a thin white skin. The flesh may be various colors,
which lie in the range from pale yellow to red-ruby, it depends
on the variety, and has a sweet, with a characteristic bitter taste. Most Active
Grapefruit is used in fresh form, but also because it makes juices and use
in the cosmetic and food industries. Ingredients 100 g of grapefruit grapefruit
contain the following: * Protein - 0.9 g * Fat - 0.2 g * Carbohydrates - 8.7 g (including mono-
and disaccharides - 6.5 g) * Dietary fiber (cellulose) - 1.4 g * Pectin - 0.6
r * Organic acids - 1.3 g * Ash - 0.5 g Grapefruit Grapefruit Vitamins:
* Vitamin A - 0.02 mg Vitamin B1 (thiamine) - 0.05 mg Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
- 0.03 mg * Niacin (vitamin PP or B3) - 0.23 mg * Folic acid (vitamin
B9) - 3 mcg Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) - 45 mg Nutrients in grapefruit:
* Potassium - 197 mg * Calcium - 34 mg * Magnesium - 13 mg * Sodium - 13 mg * Phosphorus
- 23 mg of trace elements in grapefruit: * Iron - 500 mg * Iodine - 2 mg * Cobalt
- 1 mg * Manganese - 30 mcg * Copper - 67 mcg * Fluorine - 17 mcg * Zinc - 200
g Calories 100 g of grapefruit grapefruit contains on average about
35 kcal. Useful properties as grapefruit grapefruit and other citrus
has a strong effect on sanatory the human body. Doctors recommend
drink juice and citrus fruits that the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular
diseases, diseases of the liver and gallbladder, obesity, scurvy, anemia,
gout, infections and colds, gastritis and colitis, a number of
skin diseases, as well as edema, constipation, flatulence, increased
bleeding gums, and other types of bleeding. Just like other citrus fruits,
Grapefruit has a strong anticancer effect, reduces the level of
bad cholesterol (especially fruit with red pulp) and helps patients
with diabetes (as enhances the action of insulin) Grapefruit juice
recommended for people suffering from fatigue, weakness after
an illness or operations and nervous exhaustion. He
very helpful during menopause in women and men, excites
appetite, improves digestion, eliminates partially functional
disorders of the liver and increases the vital activity of the whole organism. Carefully,
grapefruit! Drinking grapefruit diet has a number of contraindications. K
main ones include: * a number of diseases of the digestive system. These
include gastric and duodenal ulcer, gastritis with high acidity
gastro-enteritis, colitis, as well as heartburn and acid regurgitation * Hepatitis
* Jade * High blood pressure * diseases of the urogenital system,
liver, gallbladder and pancreas * allergies. For some people,
as well as young children grapefruit can cause a severe allergic reaction
* Acceptance of drugs. The simultaneous use of certain medications
grapefruit and may lead to negative side effects. Therefore, before
eat grapefruit, you should check with your doctor.

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