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10 Incredible Chiku Benefits:

1. Rich in Vitamin A and C

Did you know that? A chiku a day might just keep the eye doctor away. Okay maybe we are exaggerating a bit, but the vitamin A does keep our eyes healthy, and you might see the benefits of it when you're a lot older. And as for vitamin C, its benefits are best known. It keeps your immunity strong, skin in good condition, kills free radicals, prevents heart disorders etc.

2. Energy Provider

The natural fructose and sucrose content in  chiku can give your body a lot of energy. So, if you have a busy day ahead, grab a  chiku before you leave home for an energy boost.

3. Anti-Inflammatory
 chiku has a high content of tannin, which in turn works as a natural anti-inflammatory. Again, eat regularly to see results.

4. Helps in Digestion

It keeps your digestive system in check, and prevents a condition that bothers urban India a lot - irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). And the dietary fibers make the  chiku a laxative, therefore helping to fix constipation problems.

5. Source of Antioxidants

Apart from being rich in dietary fiber, vitamins A and B, and C, the  chiku is also packed with anti-oxidants. And therefore, it's reported to prevent certain types of cancer such as oral cavity cancer.

6. Good for the Bones

Did you know that this delicious fruit is rich in calcium, phosphorus, and iron, and therefore keeps your bones strong? If you've eaten the  chiku regularly, you might not need supplementary pills later in life. It is a good source of minerals like iron, folates, calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, copper, phosphorous, selenium etc which are very essential for facilitating various body functions including proper bone growth.


7. Controls Blood Pressure

The magnesium in  chiku keeps the blood vessels up and running, and the potassium regulates blood pressure and circulation. It's also good to treat anemia with, as it's also rich in iron.

8. Good for Moms-to-Be

Packed with electrolytes, Vitamin A and carbohydrates,  chiku are good for expecting, and even lactating mothers. If you're pregnant, a  chiku can help to deal with morning sickness and dizziness. And because it helps in the production of collagen too, it keeps stomach related disorders at bay.

9. Controls Weight
If you're on a diet, a  chiku might work to rid your body of water retention. It regularizes your metabolism, and works to your advantage if you're trying to lose weight.
 10. Beauty Benefits

Eating the  chiku regularly helps to remove toxins from your body, and is thus great for your skin and hair; it keeps them healthy and moisturized. However, eat it for better results, instead of putting it on your face or in your hair, unless you're doing it every day. In fact the  chiku is known as a 'happy' food; it helps promote the production of collagen, and prevents the growth of deep wrinkles. You'll thank it later when you're order.


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