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5 Superfruits You Might Not Know About

Although fruits are a significant part of any healthy diet, there are many types of fruits that offer a myriad of special benefits to your body and overall health. These fruits, known as super fruits, are rich in nutrients. Here are some of the less known super fruits that provide the most advantages. 


While it is relatively unknown, the mangosteen is primarily found in southeast Asia. It has been called the Queen of Fruits, and for good reason. It has incredibly advantages for menstruating women, as the roots have historically been used to regulate cycles in women. Additionally, the mangosteen is packed full of antioxidants, which are good for reducing inflammation and having a positive effect on your skin. They also hold a large amount of fiber, and as many humans do not consume enough dietary fiber on a regular basis, it is a good idea to eat foods that are fiber rich. They are also relatively low in calories, so you can enjoy this delicious fruit without any guilt. 

Aronia Berry

The aronia berry is found in North America, primarily, and is a small, blueberry like fruit. Its claim to fame is that it has been shown to contain large amounts of polyphenols. These have benefits on both healthy consumers and those who suffer form diseases like diabetes. They also help to prevent the effects of aging, and can be extremely beneficial for people who have conditions such as high blood pressure. Eating only twenty five aronia berries per day can provide numerous health advantages, and make for a delicious snack eaten on their own or as a topping for a sweet dessert or breakfast dis.  

Dragon Fruit

The dragon fruit is another tropical fruit that is also well known as the strawberry pear. Like many other super fruits, the dragon fruit contains a myriad of nutrients, such as Vitamin C, Vitamin E, iron, and magnesium, as well as it is heavy in fiber. Dragon fruit is also beneficial because it has prebiotics, which can help stimulate the production of good bacteria in your gut, and eliminate the bad bacteria that can cause stomach and indigestion issues. For those who suffer from iron deficiency, it is a good natural way to increase your iron intake without turning to infusions or supplements that can cause side effects. 


Another fruit that hails from southeast Asia, the humble durian fruit is most known for its remarkably stinky smell. It has spikes on the outside, and has an incredibly unique flavor that can be combined in sweet or savory dishes. It is abundant in nutrients needed to sustain the health of your body, and has over a third of the average daily value of minerals and vitamins such as potassium, Vitamin C, and Vitamin B6, along with many others. It has also been shown to help lower blood sugar, which can be advantageous for consumers who suffer from diabetes, as well as lessen the risk of some types of cancer. You can safely consume both the flesh and the seeds of the durian fruit.


Guava is more commonly known than some of the other super fruits, but many consumers do not know the full extent of the health benefits that you can receive from this tropical fruit. Along with the flesh of the fruit, you can also eat its seeds, and even the guava leaves. Guavas contain fiber, Vitamin C, antioxidants, and potassium, making them incredibly nutrient dense. Similar to mangosteen, the guava has been shown to provide relief to women who suffer from symptoms of menstruation that can cause pain, such as stomach cramps. They are also relatively low in calories, so adding guava as a natural sweetener is a guilt free way to enjoy a treat.

With these super fruits in your diet, you are sure to enjoy the many nutrients that they have to offer, and discover new and exotic flavors in the process.