Frozen Rambutan Stick - Product Information: Made from real rambutan meat, without seed, 5 pieces in stick, no sugar and no flavor added - Fruit Season: May - Jul. - Brix: > 15 - Size: > 55 g/ stick - Pack Size: 120 pieces/ carton, loading 920 carton (110,400 pieces) in 40 ft reefer container - Packaging: Individual pack in printed PE bag - Price: 0.62 USD/ piece FOB Bangkok Frozen Rambutan Stick (Stuffed With Pineapple pieces) - Product Information: Made from real rambutan meat stuffed with pineapple piece, without seed, 5 pieces in stick, no sugar and no flavor added - Fruit Season: May - Jun. - Brix: > 15 - Size: > 70 g/ stick - Pack Size: 120 pieces/ carton, loading 920 carton (110,400 pieces) in 40 ft reefer container - Packaging: Individual pack in printed PE bag - Price: 0.68 USD/ piece FOB Bangkok
Camu-camu is the edible fruit of the Mycaria dubia tree, a small bushy tree that grows on riversides in Brazil and Peru. In recent years, this tart little fruit has received a lot of attention from health conscious consumers looking to add more superfoods to their diets. In countries like the US and UK, camu-camu fruit is typically sold in health food stores in dried, powdered form (occasionally you may also find juice blends containing this exotic superfruit). Those who are convinced of the health benefits of the camu-camu fruit use dried camu-camu powder to improve the nutritional profile of smoothies, oatmeal, yogurt, and homemade energy bars. So, how much vitamin C does camu-camu provide? According to the camu-camu nutrition facts chart, the vitamin C levels in fresh camu-camu have been shown to range from about 1,882 milligrams to about 2,280 milligrams per 100 grams. That's about 40 times the amount of vitamin C found in regular oranges and nearly 80 times the amount found in mandarin oranges! As you may know, vitamin C helps keep your immune system, skin, bones, and teeth strong and healthy. This versatile nutrient has also been shown to act as a natural anti-histamine, and may therefore help alleviate certain types of allergic reactions. A group of researchers from Japan recruited 20 male smokers and randomly assigned each man to one of two groups: The first group were instructed to consume 70 milligrams of 100% camu- camu juice daily, corresponding to 1,050 milligrams of vitamin C. The second group were asked to take vitamin tablets containing an equal amount of vitamin C. The results were surprising: the men in the vitamin C supplement group did not show an improvement in their oxidative stress levels at the dose used in this 7-day trial. By contrast, the men in the camu-camu group showed a significant drop in several markers of oxidative stress. Not only do these results imply that camu-camu has strong antioxidant properties, they also suggest that natural compounds other than vitamin C may be largely responsible for the antioxidant properties of camu-camu.
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