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The Benefits of Delicious Tropical Fruits

Tropical fruits are valued for their content consisting of minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and valuable nutrients. Because they are grown in tropical climates with just the right amount of rainfall, sunshine and beneficial soil, they provide nutritious options that benefit the body.
Just to name a few tropical fruits, there are mangoes, avocados, papaya, pomegranates, pineapples, coconuts, bananas, kiwi, agave, and passion fruits. Let’s look closer at the health benefits of tropical fruits.

1. Mangoes

Mangoes provide increased energy and better blood circulation. They are easy for the body to digest. Eating the natural fruit helps to improve the immune system. Mangoes contain vitamin C, A, K, B6, and potassium. They contain a large number of leading antioxidants and have been proven to protect your health, eyesight, and lower your blood pressure. Mangoes are popular the world over and are used in many different recipes. Mango syrup is used in delicious cocktails also.

2. Bananas

Everyone sings the praises of bananas in their daily diet. The potassium content is the star of this tropical fruit. Potassium shares the spotlight in bananas with vitamin C, iron, manganese, copper, fiber, and vitamin B6. Simply eating one banana helps to consistently lower your blood pressure, improves our immune system, lowers blood sugar, and improves energy levels.

3. Guavas

Guavas are very high in the daily requirements needed by the human body. The nutrients include large amounts of vitamins C, A, B6, fiber, and proteins. It is low in calories so that everyone can enjoy guavas in various forms. Guavas are a great tropical fruit to eat daily, especially if you are watching your weight or you are a diabetic. Guavas increase your energy levels and improve the immune system.

The fiber content in tropical fruits helps your bowel movements to remain normal, benefits heart health, and is healthy for the good bacteria in the body that helps with the digestive system.

4. Kiwi

This fuzzy brown tropical fruit with green flesh and edible seeds are filled with flavor and healing health benefits. Just one kiwi fruit is nutrient-dense with fiber, antioxidants, vitamins C, K, E, potassium, and copper. Including kiwi fruit as part of your daily diet improves your immune system, can be digested easily and is great in keeping the skin supple and healthy. Its natural contents have been studied for its blood clotting ability, improving bone injuries, and benefits heart health.

5. Coconut

Including coconut ingredients to your daily diet does not get enough credit. Coconut contents are so beneficial that it is used in foods and cosmetics. Not only does its meaty content taste delicious, but it is a tropical fruit that is very rich in fiber, nutritious water, vitamins, and minerals. From its white meaty content and milky liquid, coconuts are rich in healthy saturated fats that aid in healing.

Coconuts can be converted to syrups, oils, cream, sugar, and so much more. Within the health community, coconuts support the immune system, enhance energy levels, improve the digestive system, great for weight loss, and are great for the kidneys, thyroid, bladder, and the heart.

6. Passion Fruit

Passion fruit is gaining popularity for its healthy options. Once you have peeled its tough yellow or purple rind, you reach the juicy seedy core. Its nutritious contents include vitamins C, A, iron, potassium, and rich fiber. With these ingredients, passion fruits are a great antioxidant edible fruit. Eating passion fruit gives you a fruit that is heart-friendly, great for diabetics, and is great for weight loss.

Mango Inspired Recipe

Just for fun, let’s make a flavorful recipe using Monin mango syrup that would go great during football season. Mangoes are great in foods, cocktails, and non-alcoholic drinks.

Spicy Mango Flavored Wing Sauce
Unsalted butter – ½ cup
Monin Mango Puree – 1 cup
Tabasco Sauce – 2/3 cup
Crushed red pepper (can use flakes) – 2 teaspoons


Melt the unsalted butter then add the crushed red pepper and hot sauce. Stir gently until you see bubbles begin to form. Take the pot away from the heat and let it cool for five minutes. Lightly whisk in the Monin Mango Puree. Place in a bag to toss the cooked wings in. Stand back as people grab for these delicious mango-inspired wings.