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Mangosteen

Mangosteen

Botanically an aril, the fragrant edible flesh is sweet and creamy, citrusy with some peach flavor. Often heralded as the "Queen of Fruits, Mangosteen is closely related to other edible tropical fruits such as button Mangosteen and Lemondrop Mangosteen.

Mangosteen fruit is not only praised for its delicious flavor, but most importantly, for the powerful phytonutrients found in the rind of the fruit. Studies have suggest that Xanthones (a phytonutrient) promotes a healthy respiratory system, supports cartilage and joint function, neutralizes free radicals, strengthens the immune system and maintains intestinal health.

Since 2004, Mangosteen has been included among an emerging category of novel functional foods sometimes called "Superfruits" presumed to have a combination of 1) appealing subjective characteristics, such as taste, fragrance and visual qualities, 2) nutrient richness, 3) antioxidant strength and 4) potential impact for lowering risk against human diseases

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