Tropical Fruit Restores YOUTH!
It sounds incredible but imagine if you could…
Get more youthful-looking skin…
And even fight major diseases like type 2 diabetes and cancer!
It’s not a magic pill, or an ancient herbal remedy.
Better yet it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.
In fact, it’s found in most local grocery stores—it’s a “tropical fruit” that you can start taking advantage of today.
You probably have a list of fruits you eat on a regular basis.
For you, maybe it’s grapes, apples, blueberries, or bananas.
But if this next fruit don’t make the list, you should start adding it in today. Not only is it delicious, but it’s loaded with a unique blend of nutrients that are fantastic for your health!
I’m talking about papayas.
This formerly exotic fruit has made its way from Mexico to the rest of the world, where we can enjoy its sweet taste and loads of health benefits.
Papayas really pack in the nutrients, with more vitamins and antioxidants per 100 grams than nearly any other fruit.
They are low in calories—at just 62 calories per cup—yet they contain 3 grams of fiber per serving and 1 gram of protein, something unique to this particular fruit.
Papayas contain a massive amount of vitamin C. Just one half of a papaya contains more vitamin C than an orange, providing 157 percent of your recommended daily requirement.
With the known immune-boosting benefits of vitamin C—plus its newly discovered benefits for combatting COVID-19—there’s never been a more perfect time to stock up on this fruit.
It also contains one-third of your recommended daily intake of vitamin A, another nutrient important for immunity.
The nutrient that gives papayas their bright red color is called lycopene—and it is a big reason why this fruit is so good for you.
Lycopene helps protect your body from damage caused by free radicals. This reduces oxidative stress, which reduces your risk of chronic diseases like cancer, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and Alzheimer’s.
(One study even showed that the more lycopene you consumed, the greater the reduction in prostate cancer risk!)
Better still, high levels of lycopene and vitamin C have been shown to reduce signs of aging as well.
This is because vitamin C stimulates the growth of collagen, which forms the underlying structure of your skin while also protecting cells from UV damage.
It’s also been shown to help smooth skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
One study showed that when women took a supplement with lycopene and vitamin C, they experienced smoother, younger-looking skin.
Last but not least, papayas are a good source of fiber, which can help you lose weight because it fills you up, helps prevent spikes in blood sugar, and helps you burn calories more slowly.
Try adding papayas to your weekly grocery list. You can eat them raw or toss them in a smoothie.
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Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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