Benefits And Uses Of Custard Apple

Custard apples are a decadent and deliciously sweet sub-tropical fruit. The Australian custard apple is a hybrid of the sugar apple (Annona squamosa) and the cherimoya (Annona cherimola), and is unique to any other custard apples grown around the world. Originally native to South America, this luscious and flavoursome fruit has Australia as its largest commercial producer. There are four main custard apple growing regions, all found on the east coast of Australia. These regions stretch from the Atherton Tablelands in tropical north Queensland down to Lismore sub-tropical NSW, allowing…






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How To Reduce Cholesterol and Triglycerides

For cholesterol to move within the normal range, the following products are recommended: Milk and dairy products: milk with 0.9% fat, yogurt, lean cheese, Meat and meat products: meat poultry without membrane (except duck and goose), fish, veal and beef, sardines drained of oil but, alas, sling ham, frankfurters, Fat: vegetable oil (sunflower, soy, olive oil) Vegetables: All vegetables are advised by half onion every day Fruit: apple, cherry, apricot, peach, pear, plum, orange, tangerine, grapefruit, strawberry, lemon… Drinks: All fruit juices without sugar, tea, coffee (in small amounts) Bread…






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