Sunday, December 25, 2011


Grapefruit shares with other
citrus fruits a high level of
vitamin C and plenty of
potassium. It’s also well
supplied with pectin—
a substance recommended
to those suffering from
circulatory or digestive
problems. In addition,
grapefruit has high
concentrations of
bioflavonoids. These plant
substances are attracting
increasing medical interest.
They seem to have the
ability to protect the
integrity of the blood vessels, particularly the tiny capillaries, and to act against inflammation. Both pectin and bioflavonoids are found in the white pith
of grapefruit, and in the membranes dividing the sections, so eat the whole fruit rather than just
the juice to ensure maximum benefit.

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