EATING KIWI

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Two kiwis supply more than 100 percent of your vitamin C requirements, with the green variety delivering 150 percent of the Daily Value and the SunGold variety providing 290 percent.

You may get immune support.

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Vitamin C insufficiency has been linked to lowered immunity and increased susceptibility to infections, therefore consuming vitamin C-rich foods like kiwis can help you achieve your requirements.

Kiwis include actinidin, an enzyme that can help with digestion.

You may get digestion support.

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According to research, kiwi extract aids in the digestion of specific proteins, such as those present in yoghurts, cheeses, and fish.

Kiwifruit is high in antioxidants and serotonin, two compounds that may help you sleep better.

You may experience quality sleep.

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In adults with self-reported sleep difficulties, eating two kiwis one hour before bedtime every night for a month enhanced sleep onset, duration, and efficiency.

Given our stressful lifestyles, it's no surprise that many of us would benefit from increased vitality.

You may experience improved vitality.

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A study published in Nutrients found that consuming two SunGold kiwifruit per day increased subjective liveliness in persons with low vitamin C levels.

If you combine kiwis with plant-based iron sources like spinach, whole grains, and nuts, you may notice an increase in iron absorption.

You may have improved iron absorption.

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Because kiwis are high in vitamin C, eating them alongside heme-iron foods can help your body get the most out of these healthy choices.

Male smokers had systolic blood pressure reductions of 10 mm Hg and diastolic blood pressure reductions of 9 mm Hg after consuming three kiwifruits every day for eight weeks, according to a controlled trial.

If you smoke, you may experience decreased blood pressure.

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Because kiwis are high in vitamin C, eating them alongside heme-iron foods can help your body get the most out of these healthy choices.

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