A Common Fruit With Numerous Benefits-Guava

Guava fight against colds and flu. Raw guavas juice or decoction of leaves helps with colds, coughs chasing, disinfecting the airways due to its astringent. Guava fruit is one of the richest sources of vitamin C, which help prevent colds and viral infections.

Some Common Health Benefits of Guava

 Skin Care-Guava helps to improve your skin texture and avoid skin problems.

You can take advantage of these benefits be eating this fruit or clean up your face with raw fruit and leaves decoction.

Reduce hypertension.  Guava fruit help reduce blood cholesterol and reduce blood pressure.

 Guava helps you lose weight.

The fruit can be useful to persons who want to lose weight without compromising intake of protein, vitamins and fiber. Rich in vitamins, protein and minerals but no cholesterol, provides easy feeling of fullness.

Origin of Guava Tree

Guava trees are from Central and South America, can be found naturally in Brazil and the islands. Due to the exceptional properties of the guava fruit, trees spread their culture throughout the world, some countries in southeast Asia market by quickly taking over their own culture of guava.

Guava is grown relatively easily, provide fruit rather quickly, within 2-3 years, and usually grow in fertile areas at altitudes up to 1000-1200 meters. Fruits are green in color and is sweet-sour taste, nice and if they eat raw, but also as juice. Guava tree leaves and bark have medicinal properties, using them American natives for centuries to cure many diseases.

Guava Nutritional Facts:

Guava fruits are notate in vitamins A and C, dietary fiber and omega-3 and omega-6 found in fruit seeds are also edible. Pectin and carotenoids contained in this fruit are powerful antioxidants, effective action against solar radiation. The high content of flavonoids, fruit and guava have good antibacterial properties which recommend them to anyone’s diet.

Guava leaves and bark of this tree can menstrual bleeding, heal teeth and gum problems, and prevent bad-smelling breath.

Guava- The Fruit

He has a pear-shaped, greenish-yellow skin and orange core, slightly pink. There are several varieties of guava, guavas but a normal diameter measures about 5 inches. Guava is a fruit which presents rich in Vitamin C that stimulates collagen synthesis in turn.

Guava Fruit Juice Facts:

A single fruit juice offers five times more vitamin C than the recommended minimum dose, according to nutrition experts from the United Kingdom. Maximum vitamin C it contains but green fruits that reach full maturity. In addition, Guavas are rich in soluble fiber, nicotinic acid and phosphorus. Guavas also contain calcium, usually present in small amounts in other fruits.

Benefits they obtain from consumption of guavas are indisputable.This fruit has a positive influence on the normal functioning of the heart, and some studies show that if people constantly consume the fruit, the risk of developing cancer is much lower. It is recommended that these fruits to be consumed fresh mainly because, by their conservation, is losing a lot of vitamin C. Keep in exchange fibers.

And you try to eat guavas juice because it acts as a tonic to the immune system. While contributing both to reduce cholesterol and combating constipation. Because they have a powerful antibacterial, helps you to maintain an appearance of skin supple and elastic.

Some Other Benefits of Guava

There are many ways to enjoy this fruit. You can enjoy as such when the fruit matures and is ripe, or in other forms. How can you tell if baking? If you can easily pierce the skin of the fruit with your fingernail, means that it is ripe and good eating. If the angle between hard, when fruit is not edible.

Guava is commonly used to flavor candy, in jams, jellies and marmalade. Jam recipe is quite simple and convenient to all. All you have to do is to cut the fruit into small cubes and put them to boil until pieces are soft and can remove the seeds. After the seeds were removed, put the pulp back to a boil, add sugar and chew with a wooden spoon. When mixture has thickened sufficiently, remove it from heat and pour it into jars. If you notice that deposits formed on the surface, remove them and then seal the jar. Another way you can get the nutrients the fruit is guava juice. Also, guava can give a special flavor fruit salads.


A single fruit of Guava in the morning as a snack can help you remain healthy.


Guava is a tropical fruit native to South America. It has a sweet taste and is high in vitamin C. Guavas are available year round, but peak season is between September and December. You can find them at most grocery stores or online.

• Raw guava fruit is rich in fiber and nutrients.

• Guava fruit is a good source of vitamin C, potassium, and folate.

• Guava juice is high in calories and lacks fiber.

• Guava jelly is a great way to add flavor to desserts.

Pomegranate and Guava Salad Recipe

Total time: Approximately 10-15 minutes Ingredients:

6 guavas, 4 cups pomegranate arils , 2 cups cold water ,3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice, 1/2 teaspoon raw honey (sugar-substitute) , 1 tablespoon hemp or sesame seeds (optional)


Cut guavas in half, then peel and seed guava fruit. Cut guava fruit into small cubes, and place in a bowl. Retain seeds and peel separately.

Make guava juice: Place guava peel and seeds in a blender, then add water, lemon juice, and honey. Blend on medium speed until smooth (about 2 minutes).

Run the guava juice through a sieve to get rid of any pulp or waste. Add more honey/sugar for taste, as needed.

Make the salad: Mix guava cubes and pomegranate arils with strained guava juice in a bowl.

Optional: Add sesame or hemp seeds for extra flavor, crunch, and fiber.

One can also take Guava Leaf Tea.


Published by contactani

Nutritionist, Blogger, Influencer, Nature and Pet Lover.

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