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Have you ever tried eating ice apples? Here are eight compelling reasons why you should


Try ice apple this summer, a seasonal fruit that is beneficial for health. Have you ever heard of an iced apple? You’re already wondering what this is all about. It is basically a fruit native to southern India. In Tamil, it is known as ‘nungu’, and commonly, it is known as ‘tadgola’.

Ice apples are the ideal summer snack mainly because of their refreshing effect on the body, but the fruit also has additional health benefits. Ice apples are high in nutrients including carbohydrates, phytonutrients, and calcium. In addition fibre, protein, and vitamins C, A, E, and K, the low-calorie fruit provides. It also contains a variety of minerals such as copper, potassium, zinc, and phosphorus. It’s no surprise that it’s regarded as the ideal fruit!

Here are 8 reasons why you should have this fruit in your summer diet:

1. Excellent coolant that hydrates the body naturally

Summer heat can be very uncomfortable and cause dehydration. In such a case, ice apples have a calming effect on the body and can naturally help prevent dehydration.

2. Strengthens the immune system

To stay healthy and avoid infections, our bodies’ immune systems need vitamins and minerals. As a result, ice apple is an ideal choice because it is high in vitamins and minerals, all of which are essential for a healthy immune system.

3. Resolves gastrointestinal and bowel issues

If you suffer from gastrointestinal ailments such as constipation, bloating, and nausea on a daily basis, you can certainly try ice apple since it is an excellent natural treatment for such digestive issues.

4. It slows down the ageing process.

Yes, ice apples can help slow the ageing process because they contain phytochemicals that have high antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, assisting the body in fighting free radicals.

5. Aids in weight loss

Ice apple is a fruit that is well-known for its potential to aid in weight loss, especially if you are attempting to lose weight. The presence of water in the fruit aids the body in maintaining a sense of fullness and avoiding overeating. Furthermore, it is a low-calorie fruit that delivers vital nutrients without adding calories to your diet.

6. Relieves rashes

You have skin rashes or burns, which are reasonably normal in the summer, applying the flesh of an iced apple to the infected areas will ease irritability and help soothe the irritation.

7. Beneficial to pregnant women

Stomach cramps and pains are normal during pregnancy. The addition of ice apple to your diet will help with mild digestion issues as well as nausea, which is normal during pregnancy. Furthermore, it is high in nutrients and has been shown to increase the consistency of breast milk in breastfeeding mothers.

8. Improves liver function

Ice apples are high in potassium, which can help protect the liver. Furthermore, it aids in the removal of toxins from the body and encourages liver health.

So, all of you out there, hydrate yourself with ice apples this season!

Text by: Adrita Roy, IBTN9

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