REDUCE THE RISKS OF BREAST AND PROSTATE CANCER WITH ROSE APPLE JUICE – Health Info
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REDUCE THE RISKS OF BREAST AND PROSTATE CANCER WITH ROSE APPLE JUICE

The health benefits of rose apple juice are simply amazing! Nature is just amazing in what it offers us.  While scientist study and research ways to beat cancer, the answer is always going to be prevention and it will always come from Nature!

Every once in a while a “discovery” in Nature can show us the way to a healthier lifestyle. Of course the rose apple has been around for centuries and has been used by indigenous peoples to treat a full range of ailments.  It is just the western world that “discovers” something that has always been right there for the picking.

 

Don’t Let the Name Fool You

Rose apple has nothing to do with roses.  It is a fruit that originated in Southeast Asia but is grown in many sub tropic climates. It was considered an invasive species because it would easily propagate and muscle out the local flora.  It grows wild in many regions.

The fruit looks a lot like guava but it has only very few seeds, unlike the guava. It tastes and smells differently as well.  Rose apples have been described as having the juiciness of watermelons and rightfully so, as it is about 96% water. It is not calorie-dense either.

Other names that this fruit goes by includes: Malabar plum and Jambosier.  While it is considered a shrub technically, it can easily grow to over 40 feet in height.

The fruits can be a full range of colors, ranging from yellow, green to a deep red, depending on the species of the plant. There is no indication that one type of species is better than the other. They all offer the same healing properties.

Rose apples do not ship well and in the USA would likely only survive in south Florida and Southern California as they are temperamental plants that do not hold up well even under the lightest frost.

 

The Juice

As the health benefits of rose apple juice is becoming better documented in modern medical texts, the juice is becoming more available.

To enjoy the health benefits of rose apple juice, look out at your local health food store or the Asian groceries. Juice them as how you would juice apples.

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It tastes good on its own, or with a squeeze of lime juice!

 

 

Health Benefits Of Rose Apple

The health benefits of rose apple juice are numerous. If your goal is to live a lifestyle that incorporates natural preventive foods, this juice should be on your radar.

The health benefits of rose apple juice is well documented and can include:

  • Detoxifying the liver
  • Improving digestion
  • Preventing certain types of cancers
  • Battling diabetes
  • Boosting the immune system
  • Reducing oxidation of bad cholesterol
  • Reducing fungal and bacterial infections
  • Reducing fevers
  • Reducing epileptic seizures

The litany of benefits of this amazing fruit are many. It is packed with nutrients that can act as a natural diuretic to detoxify the liver. Research has indicated that this powerful fruit can prevent both breast and prostate cancer.

The active organic compounds found in rose apples including vitamins A and C have been documented in medical text and recent researches to be an effective agent to prevent both breast cancer and prostate cancer in people that have incorporated this fruit juice into their diet.

It is a natural anti-fungicide and anti-bacterial which means that it can help to reduce fevers associated with infections.  The organic compounds can help to regulate blood sugars to help with diabetes. This is a really impressive fruit that offers a really refreshing juice.

 

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Health Benefits of Rose Apples


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