Skin, hair and eyes
Vitamins: C, E and folate
Minerals: potassium and calcium
A national treasure from New Zealand, kiwi is one of the few fruits that has a green flesh when fully ripe, which comes from its high chlorophyll content.
With twice as much as oranges, kiwis are an outstanding source of vitamin C. They have more fibre than apples, which helps the digestive system and are a rich source of potassium, a mineral essential for proper nerve function.
Unlike many other fruits, kiwis keep their high vitamin C content long after being harvested, in fact, most of their vitamin C remains intact until their skin has been removed.
Their high fibre content makes kiwis an excellent laxative and beneficial for good bowel health.
High levels of vitamin E make kiwis a beauty aid and will help in giving us younger looking skin.