kiwifruitThe kiwifruit, a native of China, where it was already cultivated 700 years ago is an edible berry produced by several species of vines of the genus Actinidia, family Actinidiaceae, widespread mainly in the variety of green and gold. The kiwi green, oval-shaped, have a dark brown skin covered with fuzz, with a bright green pulp, seeds small and blacks arranged radially around the center of the fruit; while the gold variety is more elongated features a hairless skin and yellow flesh. The kiwi fruits are very rich in vitamin C and potassium, but also contain calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin A, B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6), vitamin K, beta-carotene, folate and leuteina. The fiber content of this fruit helps to reduce cholesterol levels in the blood, as well as to regulate the absorption of sugars in the course of digestion, while its wealth of vitamin…

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