Tropical & Exotic Fruits: Calories & Nutrition Facts
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Tropical and exotic fruits are an excellent source of nutrition. Refer to the calorie calculator for your favorite tropical and exotic fruits for the calories and nutritional information.
Super FoodsSuper foods are simply healthy foods that have been identified as providing a higher level of nutritional value than other foods. Many tropical and exotic fruits have been labeled as super foods because they are particularly rich in vitamins and minerals as well as other nutrients. Mangosteen, for example, is extremely high in antioxidants and dragon fruit contains high level of oleic acid, a type of fatty acid that our bodies can’t produce on their own. Tropical fruits like papaya and pineapple are also rich in nutrients including Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and various antioxidants.
Rich in FiberTropical and exotic fruits contain a significant amount of dietary fiber. For example, a one-cup serving of pineapple contains about 2.3 grams of fiber and a same-sized serving of lychee contains about 2.5 grams of fiber. Dietary fiber is an essential part of a healthy diet because it helps to regulate digestion and maintain digestive health. Having enough fiber in your diet is also important for regulating your LDL cholesterol levels.
Tropical and exotic fruits are rich in vitamins and minerals which impacts their ability to provide a number of significant health benefits. Refer to the calorie counter for your favorite tropical and exotic fruits for the calories and nutritional information.