Grapefruit and its benefits

The strongest available natural antibiotic that kills a wide range of microbes, including viruses, bacteria and fungi, is located in the extract of grapefruit seeds. Grapefruit is known as an antioxidant and its strong antibacterial activity. It is rich in vitamin C, containing vitamins A, B, D, E as well as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, zinc, copper and iron. We bring you 4 reasons why you should include grapefruit in your menu.


It protects the heart
This fruit can affect very good on your heart. Many studies have shown that if you eat every day one grapefruit, "bad" LDL cholesterol will fall by 15.5 percent, and triglycerides by as much as 27 percent. The red Grapefruit is particularly healthy because it has an even greater amount of antioxidants. However, keep in mind that it can increase the effects of some drugs - if you do drink them than consult your doctor.

Removes dark spots on the skin
This citrus removes dark spots on knees and elbows. Grapefruit is full of vitamin C as well as a mild acid, which helps to darken the faded spots on the skin, because it reduces an excessive production of skin pigment. Halve one grapefruit, mix its juice with one teaspoon of sugar, and rub the skin. Do not use grapefruit for facial care because it can irritate the skin.

Accelerates the metabolism
If you eat grapefruit, it will be easier for you to slim down. People who eat half a grapefruit before each meal lose in average 1.5 kg over the 3 months. The ingredients of this fruit helps to burn more fat and stabilize blood sugar, this is why it acts as a natural appetite suppressant.

Elasticity of skin
Grapefruit helps skin elasticity. It is rich in vitamin C, which is essential for the production of healthy collagen, a protein that maintains the youthful appearance of the skin. Many dermatologists, therefore, recommends to eat one grapefruit a day.
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