Guava Fruit

 Benefits:

    An excellent source of vitamin C.
    High in pectin and other types of soluble dietary fiber.
    Good amounts of potassium and iron.

Drawbacks:

    Fresh fruit is expensive and not widely available.
    Sulfites in dried guavas may provoke an asthma attack or allergic reaction in susceptible persons.

Guava nutrition’s

Guava is excellent for digestion. This superfood is especially good for those trying to lose weight. It contains good amount of dietary fiber, is a good source of potassium that helps in preventing bloating and water retention.

Vitamin A content of this fruit promote healthy, glowing skin. Antioxidants present in guava may help prevent skin from premature aging by boosting skin’s natural repair system.

Vitamin C found in guava helps boost immunity.

Guavas are a moderate source of Vitamin B which are essential for hair health.

Guava calories

165 gm of guava contains:

Calories – 84

Calcium – 50 mg

Carbohydrates – 19.6 gm

Fiber – 8.9 gm

Niacin – 2 mg.

Phosphorus – 48 mg

Protein – 1.35 gm

Total Fat – 0.9 gm

Vitamin C – 498 mg

Guava is a great fruit because it contains key nutrients like: vitamin C, carotenoids, folate, potassium, fiber, manganese, phosphorus, calcium and iron. Calcium is typically not found in high amounts in many fruits.