CHIKOO..  [Food Fit]

       A native of Mexico, Chikoo (better known as sapodilla or sapota)  is a sweet tropical fruit cultivated extensively in coastal India. Mostly oval or round in shape, this small brown fruit is either grainy or smooth. Hard, gummy and harsh when immature, Chikoo becomes pulpy and juicy when ripe. Eaten fresh, it makes a tasty addition to desserts.

   Low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium, Chikoo is a rich source of pre-digested sugar glucose that supplies most of the energy our body needs in an instant and easily transportable form. Chikoo is a great source of Vitamin C and dietary fiber, and rich in potassium , magnesium, calcium, iron, phosphorus and protein. While fiber is good for constipation, the absorbable iron content makes it a refreshing and inexpensive option for those with anemia
     Its protein content helps build tissues while the calcium- phosphorus ratio helps withstand strain and exposure to disease. But with Chikoo, nature has provided an entire natural pharmacy that eliminates the need for costly prescriptions.
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