Grapefruit is a tropical plant of the family of citrus fruits, and the Aborigines from Australia knew its healing powers and used it as a universal remedy.
Grapefruit is a rich source of vitamin C (half of the fruit contains more than half of the recommended daily dose) and pectin, which lowers the level of cholesterol in the blood.
The grapefruit successfully cleans intestines and stabilizes intestinal flora thanks to the special ingredient Naringine, which gives it a little bitter taste, accelerates the process of digestion. It is also a good source of pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), which plays a key role in cellular energy production.
The study of German scientists suggests that eating grapefruit helps in the fight against diseases of the dental meat. Studies have shown that only two fruits a day reduce the risk of bleeding gums.
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