Friday , 14 August 2020
SUPERFOOD (Part 3 of 4: My SuperFruit)

SUPERFOOD (Part 3 of 4: My SuperFruit)

My SuperFruit List

  1. Mangosteen
  2. Lemon
  3. Pomegranate
  4. Pineapple
  5. Grapefruit
  6. Grapes
  7. Coconuts
  8. All types of Berries
  9. Papaya
  10. Soursop


  • Good for maintaining blood sugar levels
  • Anti-inflammatory properties – inhibit release of histamine and prostaglandin
  • Rich nutrient in fruit helps to boost immune system
  • Beneficial in stomach disorder – diarrhea and dysentery
  • A healing fruit rich in antioxidant properties
  • Do not contain any saturated fats or cholesterol


  • Excellent source of Vitamin C – increase immune system
  • Having a warm lemon juice water in the morning – helps to flush out toxins
  • Encourages production of bile and aids digestion
  • Helps to replenish body salts especially after an exercise workout session
  • Helps to cure common flu
  • Balances the pH levels in the body
  • Contains pectin fibre which is beneficial for colon health


  • Heals ulcer in oral cavity and throat
  • Regular intake of the juice – maintain good blood circulation and this can decrease the risk of heart attacks
  • Have high levels of antioxidant – flavonoids – effective in reducing risk of developing cancer
  • Helps reduce symptoms of anemia
  • Provides relief from stomach disorders
  • Increases appetite and increase in digestion


  • Assists as a cough remedy- high in Vitamin C and Bromelain enzyme
  • Rich source of manganese – helps in strengthening bones and connective tissues
  • Keeps your teeth strong and healthy
  • Promotes digestion due to its dietary fiber
  • Maintains blood pressure due to this high amount of potassium and low sodium
  • Treats intestinal worms
  • The exfoliating property nature makes it a natural scrub for your feet, sloughing off the flaky dry calloused skin of feet.


  • Act as a liver tonic to detoxify and recharge the liver cells
  • Has an alkaline reaction after digestion – increases the alkalinity of the body fluids
  • It treats diabetes
  • Relieves fever
  • Natural source of quinine – excellent cure to Malaria
  • Reduce risk of kidney stones formation
  • Helps in production of healthy colon cells


  • Resveratrol in grapes works as an anti-inflammatory – effective for heart disease
  • Supports in eliminating uric acid
  • Resveratrol as a nutrient – improves brain power
  • Protects skin from damaging UV rays of the sun
  • Helps in halitosis and foul smell from mouth
  • Good for the eyes
  • Rich source of Iron and Fiber – helps to fight anaemia and constipation during pregnancy


  • Cooling and a natural thirst quencher
  • Nourishes all our body tissues
  • Helps cleanse the urinary tract
  • Heals hot flushes for menopausal women
  • Improves skin complexion
  • A natural energy booster
  • Improves calcium and mangnesium with mal-absorption syndrome
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Supports tissue healing and repair
  • Reliefs symptoms associated with ulcerative colitis, stomach ulcers

All Types of Berries

  • Loaded with fiber, which makes you feel full and yet has all the nutrient goodness
  • Protect body against inflammation and free radicals – molecules that can damage our body cells
  • Reduces degeneration of the eyes
  • Promotes cell and tissue health
  • Maintains youthful appearance
  • Reduces joint and muscle discomfort
  • Keeps you mentally sharp
  • Fights urinary tract infections


  • Boosts immunity
  • Low in calorie and has considerable amount of fiber – good for weight loss
  • Low in sugar content – makes it an excellent fruit for diabetes
  • Rich in Vitamin A and beta carotene – keeps the mucus membrane in our eyes healthy
  • Papain enzyme in papaya helps to relief menstrual pain
  • Prevents signs of aging due to its richness of Vitamin A, E, beta carotene
  • Extract of papaya – external application on head scalp – good to keep dandruff away. Helps to boost hair growth and strengthening
  • Helps to reduce stress


  • This fruit can be taken as a remedy for urethritis, haematuria and liver ailments
  • Cancer treatment potential
  • Cures skin problems
  • Lower high blood pressure
  • Controls fungal and bacteria infections
  • Prevents constipation (Fiber)
  • Boosts good cholesterol levels (Niacin)
  • Helps prevent migraines (riboflavin)

About Kim Hoi

Hi! I'm Kim! I am a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner from Australia. After graduated from my Ayurvedic course, I attended trainings in Ayurvedic clinics in both Australia and India. Postings in this blog are all written with passion to improve health of not only myself but also my family and at the same time to share my experience with my friends and readers who are interested to find out more on improving and be in better health. If you need a private consult, you are welcome to contact me.

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