Kiwi Fruit Benefits and History

Posted by Administrator on 1/5/2015
Kiwi Fruit Benefits and History
Kiwi fruit had a 'fuzzy' beginning due to it's origin. Don't let the rough exterior fool you. This fruit is full of vitamins, antioxidants, and bright-green deliciousness. 

 Native to China, the people call kiwi "Yang Tao". Various species of kiwi grow in other countries. In the 20th century, New Zealanders called it the "Chinese Gooseberry". When later exported to California, Americans referred to it as Chinese Gooseberry and melonette. These names were rejected. The new name "kiwi fruit" emerged because of its similarities to the New Zealand kiwi bird.

 This delectable tasting fruit benefits your skin and body. Full of Vitamin C, it aids your skin to produce more collagen. The protein collagen gives your skin the firmness we all want. As we get older, our bodies slow down the production of collagen, leading to sagging skin and wrinkles. Vitamin C also repairs skin that is cut, rough, or dry.Kiwi fruit has a rich source of Vitamin E. Vitamin E decreases the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. This gives skin a more youthful appearance. Finally, kiwi fruit is full of antioxidants. A 2008 study shows that kiwi fruit antioxidants are better absorbed by the body than those from other sources. Antioxidants minimize the signs of aging by nullifying free radicals. Since the 1950's, free radicals have been suspected as a cause of molecular damage to human cells. The damage accelerates the aging process.

 Kiwi fruit is one of the exquisite ingredients in our 24K natural Gold soap.

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Katty
Date: 1/26/2017
I was just a teenager when I first heard about won7;̵ems rights and her right to choose. It very quickly became apparent to me that in so many women’s eyes I only had a choice if I fell lock step in to line with them.

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