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Mango (Mangifera indica) is a stone fruit made from various tropical trees belonging to the flowering plant Mangifera. Mango is a sweet tropical fruit that is also the name of the tree on which the fruit grows. Sri Lanka has a wide variety of fleshy, high-quality mangoes: Dampara, Hingurakgoda, Karthakolombo, Malwana [underground] Amba, Parrot Mango, and Peterpasand, Petty Amba, Rata Amba, Vellai Columban, Wild Mango, Mee Amba. Among all mangoes Gira Amba, Red Willard, and Greene Willard are special.
Nutrition contains Mango,
Bananas are one of the most edible fruits in the world. Botanically, large plants belonging to the genus Berry-Musa are produced from several flowering plants. In some countries, bananas are used for cooking. Fruits vary in size, color, and persistence, but are usually elongated and curved. It grows as a cluster hanging from the top of a fruit plant.
We have a wide variety of Sri Lankan bananas, which are in great demand in the world due to their delicious taste and high quality.
Ash plantain (Alu kesel)
Today avocados are successfully cultivated in the wet zones of the low, central, and highlands of Sri Lanka.
Avocado is a bright green fruit with a large pit and dark skin. They are also known as alligator pears or butter fruit. They range from salads and wrap to everything from smoothies to brownies.
The fruit of the plant is also known as avocado (avocado pear or alligator pear). Botanically a large berry containing a single large seed. Avocado trees are partially self-pollinating, often maintaining the quality and quantity of fruit that can be propagated by grafting.
Nutritions of Avocado,
Papaya belongs to the Caricaceae family, its scientific name is Carica papaya. It is a giant herb that grows quickly and has a short life. Papaya is cultivated in Sri Lanka primarily as a home garden. Currently, papaya cultivation in Sri Lanka is 3123 hectares. Papaya is a soft, fleshy fruit that can be used in a variety of culinary ways. The sweet taste, vibrant color, and variety of papayas make them a popular fruit.
Health benefits of eating papaya;
Soursop is a member of the Annonaceae family, also known as the custard apple family. The fruits, which grow on trees, are large and oval-shaped. Soursop is a flowering, evergreen tree, endemic to the tropics and widespread. This dull green fruit has a creamy texture and strong flavor and is often compared to pineapple or mango.
Soursop is high in Vitamin C, an antioxidant that promotes immune health. Sour fruit contains 215% of your daily vitamin C requirement. Vitamins strengthen your immune system and increase your ability to protect yourself from pathogens. It also promotes the destruction of free radicals that help protect your skin and cells from environmental oxidative damage.
Pineapple is a member of the bromeliad family and is the only bromeliad that produces edible fruit.
Today, pineapple is one of the most versatile fruits in desserts and salads. And also widely used in delicacies and beverages. Some recipes require pineapple pieces while others are based on juice. Pineapple is a tropical fruit rich in vitamins, enzymes, and antioxidants. They boost the immune system, build strong bones and help with indigestion, reduce the risk of cancer, and are also very helpful in relieving arthritis symptoms.
Ambarella is a tropical tree and contains a lot of edible fruit fiber. The plant is endemic to South and Southeast Asia. Some of the popular names for this plant are Dwarf Ambarella, Golden Apple, Grate Hog Plum, Hog Plum, Jewish Plum, Otaheite Apple, Polynesian Queen, Tahitian Queens, Yellow Plum, Jewish Python, White-apple, and -Apple. This nutritious summer product has many health benefits, including boosting the immune system, preventing atherosclerosis, and heart disease such as heart attack, enriching skin texture, maintaining optimal vision, and treating intestinal problems.
High in water content, protein, healthy fats, natural sugars as well as vitamin C. ambergris fruit exhibits an attractive nutritional profile. It is also rich in essential minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, and iron.
The scientific name of the Bael fruit is Eagle Mammoth. Today it is found in many parts of Southeast Asia. It is an important tree because of its bael fruit, which is used in food as well as in traditional medicine. The tree can grow very large and strong and has a maximum height of about 10 m. The trunk is very strong and the very long and straight branches give the tree stability and structure. A special feature of the leaves is their aroma. The flowers are located between the leaves and can be green or white. The most valuable part of the tree is its fruit, which has a woody texture and a smooth appearance. Bael fruit is a powerful source of various nutrients such as beta-carotene, protein, riboflavin, and vitamin C. It is loaded with vitamins B1 and B2, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and carotene and contains a lot of calcium, potassium, fiber, and minerals. The fruit is also known for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and laxative properties and has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda, theories, and other alternative medicine for its medicinal and therapeutic properties.
Sri Lankans make a delicious soft drink by adding wood apple fruit, sugar, and coconut milk to the pulp to make it a deliciously sour drink. The wood apple fruit has an aromatic, sour-sweet, slightly savory pulp that can be eaten ripe or made into jelly, jam, chutney, sorbet, and can be frozen as ice cream.
Wood apple fruits contain acids, vitamins, and minerals. Mainly it is used as a medicinal drink for the liver and heart, to stimulate the digestive system. The pulp of the fruit is used especially for diarrhea. This fruit is also considered an effective remedy for hiccups, sore throats, and gum disease.
Fruits are an excellent source of essential vitamins and minerals, and they are high in fiber. Fruits also provide a wide range of health-boosting antioxidants, including flavonoids.
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