Guava is a solid tropical and organic product, which contains many nutrients. This organic product can be circular, oval or pear-shaped. They are available in white, pink, yellow and even red color.
They have been called magical, because, they contain many nutrients and also they are known for their sweet taste. Mmmm we love that sweet taste! Who doesn’t? Smh.. Guava fruit is rich in Vitamin C. Orange or lemon, does not contain as much vitamin C as Guava fruit. It has 10 times more vitamins than Lemon. Guava prevents the risk of digestive diseases. They are rich in magnesium, iron, potassium, vitamin B2, copper, calcium and have 70 times more fiber than orange.
As Dr.Axe said, “100 grams of guava natural product contains this”:
- 68 calories
- 14.3 grams starch
- 2.6 grams protein
- 228.3 milligrams nutrient C (381 percent DV)
- 5.2 milligrams lycopene ( 52 percent DV)
- 5.4 grams fiber (21.6 percent DV)
- 624 IU nutrient A (12.5 percent DV)
- 49 microgram folate (12.3 percent DV)
- 0.2 milligram copper (11.5 percent DV)
- 417 milligrams potassium (8.8 percent DV)
- 22 milligrams magnesium (5.5 percent DV)
- 40 milligrams phosphorus (4 percent DV)
Here are some of its medical advantages:
Improved abdominal work: Guava protects the body’s cells, improving the stomach’s condition and also fight with toxins in our body.
Cholesterol: Vitamin C helps with absorption of Vitamin E, which strengthens the condition and fight against cholesterol.
Pallor: The high content of Vitamin C helps retain iron in our body and that not allow weakness in the body. This reduces the flu, avoids diseases and makes our body healthier.
Bone Condition: High sodium, magnesium, calcium and phosphorus strengthens bones.
Skin condition: Guava prevents damage to the skin and slows down the aging process. In addition, nutrients C and A increase the flexibility and immobility of the skin.
Eye condition: Carotenoids and disease prevention agents in guava improve eye well-being.
Prepared natural guava drinks are milder and better to use. You can eat it raw, or to use Guava in a fresh smoothie.