Kiwi is the fruit that has entered the house and yard of Nepalis lately. It is said that this fruit, which is said to be very tasty and nutritious, has been found in the forests of Nepal in the past. Juicy, tasty and nutritious. However, its name varies from place to place. Some have even called it a singing fruit.
The world’s fruits are listed on the basis of taste and nutrition. It also includes kiwi. In other words, kiwi is one of the most delicious and nutritious fruits. The specialty of kiwi is that it has many other fruit flavors. Such as wild anselu, bhuikathar etc.
Two types of Kiwi Fruit
– There are two types of kiwi. One will be juice and the other will not. Howard Kiwi is popular all over the world.
– Kiwi can be used as jam, juice, wine, cake, salad, etc.
Kiwi is a tasty and juicy fruit, as well as nutritious. However, kiwi has some properties that directly benefit the health. For example, kiwi is said to be useful in improving the digestive process or controlling blood pressure. Kiwi fruit is also considered beneficial for asthma, eye problems and skin problems. It is also said to increase our body’s resistance to disease.
Kiwi contains nutrients like protein, fiber, vitamin C, iron and folate. It is also said to be helpful in controlling various physical ailments. According to a study published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition, kiwi is also a medicine for insomnia. It also protects against various stomach problems as well as balances diabetes, pneumonia, asthma, blood pressure and cholesterol.
It plays a role in keeping the skin healthy. It also protects against various skin diseases.
It also benefits the eyes. Regular use of kiwi keeps blood pressure in balance. It also reduces the risk of heart disease. It is very useful for pregnant women as it contains sufficient amount of iron.
The story of Kiwi Fruit
Kiwi fruit is believed to have been first discovered in China and later developed in New Zealand. The kiwi is named after its outer zest, which resembles the eyebrows of the New Zealand national bird, the kiwi. It was formally renamed in 1974. It is widely cultivated in New Zealand. Cold climate is suitable for kiwi cultivation.
One healthy kiwi plant produces up to 100 kilograms. It is also cultivated in various high lands of Nepal.