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This fruit may not be as popular but it has many nutritional values ​​that are unknown to most people.
A healthy fruit that you should consume in your daily life !!

Kiwi (or kiwi) is a plant genus. It belongs to the family of actinides and comes from Asia.
Kiwi is a shrub with red or white flowers. The leaves are oval in shape and have fluff at the bottom. The fruit is rail and is edible, with a sweet and sour taste. The outside is brown and the inside is juicy, with green and small seeds, black.
China has been considered the predominant homeland of kiwi since ancient times. The best known species cultivated in Greece is called Actinidia chinensis. The plant was native to China and traveled after the 19th century to Britain and in 1906 to New Zealand. However, the name Kiwi comes from the bird of the same name, which is a national symbol of New Zealand, where it lives exclusively. Kiwi got its name from the horticulturist Hayward Wright (1873-1959), who experimented with plants and managed to create the variety that is known today. In its current form, kiwi has been cultivated since 1950, specifically the delicious actinidia (Actinidia deliciosa).

Kiwi fruit is rich in potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, fiber and trace elements. It also has more vitamin C than any other fruit. The presence of many vitamins makes kiwi the best means of defense against germs. It also removes the risk of thrombosis in the circulatory system and ensures proper digestion and proper bowel function.

Kiwi is rich in serotonin and flavonoids which give us a restful sleep. Research has shown that when we eat kiwi before bed we improve the quality and duration of our sleep. Αlso Kiwi is the ideal fruit for pregnancy. It is rich in folic acid which contributes to the normal functioning of DNA and helps prevent damage to the neural tube of the fetus. Damage related to the development of the brain and spine. The vitamins C, E and K contained in kiwi along with flavonoids contribute to the healthy development of the fetus and the good health of the mother.

Finally, it helps to improve eyesight, due to the antioxidant lutein it contains.

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