Healthy Exotic Fruits - Apple Substitutes
Some nutritionists say the trick to consuming more fruit is trying new fruit. (See you later, watermelon. Hello, guava!)
By Kelly DiNardo
O, The Oprah Magazine | From the April 2012 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine
Similar nutrition: Star fruit
The mildly sweet and slightly acidic star fruit offers a healthy dose of vitamin C (½ cup provides about 25 percent of your daily allowance), as well as choline, for healthy cells. It also makes a pretty addition to fruit salad.
Similar taste: Kumquat
Saunders says kumquats are "like oranges with a little bite." Gently roll the fruit with your fingers to release the skin's sweet essential oils; then pop the orb into your mouth whole.
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