Although the skin and seeds of rambutan also contain some nutrients, antioxidants and other beneficial compounds, they also contain some compounds that are harmful to humans, so it is advisable to avoid eating the seeds altogether. to ensure health.
Eating rambutan can prevent weight gain and promote weight loss over time. With about 75 calories and 1.3-2 grams of fiber in 100 grams, rambutan is relatively low in calories compared to the amount of fiber it provides. This means that eating rambutan keeps you fuller for longer, reduces the likelihood of overeating and aids in weight loss.
Rambutan can be purchased fresh, canned, juiced or dried to make jam. If you want to choose fresh rambutan fruit, to be sure the fruit is ripe, you can rely on the color of its spikes. The redder the rambutan spines, the sweeter the fruit will be.
In general, rambutan is a very nutritious fruit and offers many health benefits such as: Weight loss, digestive stimulation and increased resistance to infection. The ripe rambutan season usually lasts from April to June of the solar calendar, at these times eating rambutan is very fresh and cheap, very easy to incorporate in the human diet.
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