About NashiBenefits of Nashi

Benefits of Eating Nashi

What makes these fruits so good for you?

  1. They are high in antioxidants

    Any fruit that is rich in antioxidants protect our body cells, improves memory, helps digestion, reduces the risk of heart diseases, strengthens vision, makes you mentally more alert, balances cholesterol, is a great source for fatty acids and gets rid of the free radicals that cause disease.  Nashi has been medically proven to help treat urinary and digestive problems.

  2. Named as one of the 19 super fruits

    Source: 19 Super Fruits – Nashi Fruit

  3. Lower in sugar than apples and pears

    Apples contain approximately 10 grams of sugar for a 100 gram apple
    Pears contain approximately 16.4 grams of sugar for a normal sized pear
    Nashi contains 7.05 grams of sugar for a 100 gram Nashi

  4. Rich sources of dietary fiber

    Fiber contains no calories and is a necessary element of a healthy diet, helping to sustain blood sugar levels and promoting regularity.

  5. Are you on a diet?

    Nashi is ideal as part of a diet for those looking to lose weight.  Nashi can provide our body with the ingredients we need for a healthy metabolism and the production of red blood cells.  It is low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium. It is packed with potassium and essential minerals required by our body in addition to vitamin C, vitamin B, vitamin E, K, niacin, calcium magnesium and phosphorous.

  6. Great fruit for kids and babies!

    Nashi is tasty, juicy and healthy for your kids and babies; they will love it.  Pop one in your kids lunch box each day. or make home-made ice-cream with Nashi.  You can steam Nashi (keeping the cover tightly on for nutrient retention) until soft, then puree in a blender; it also makes great baby food.

Eat Nashi and staying healthy becomes a pleasure!


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