One of the prettier fruits that originate from Southeast Asia, the star fruit is a green garnish that often accompanies deep-fried sweet potatoes in road side stalls. What’s interesting about Star Fruit is that it is found in both sweet and sour forms. The brighter yellow the fruit, the riper it is, hence the sweeter it is.
For such a rare commodity, it is very impressive how widely it is used in Southeast Asian recipes. Thai cuisine, Malaysian cuisine and Indonesian cuisine include Star Fruit in juices, shakes and smoothies. The fruit is also found in many fresh salads.
The fruit has also been used to treat sore eyes. If you are looking to up the magnesium content in your diet, then eat food star fruit.
Star fruit allows nutrients that are good for the body and hair to circulate freely. It is an excellent natural cure for hair loss since it is a good source of antioxidants.
Star Fruit is rich in B-complex vitamin, which is essential for hair growth and keeping it strong and healthy.
Star Fruit can be used directly on acne-prone skin or oily skin, as a face mask.
It purifies the blood, giving your skin a youthful glow.
Star fruit contains zinc which reduces a tendency towards acne breakouts.
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