12days into the Zespri daily scoop of Amazing Challenge!

hi everyone!
time flies and it is now the 12 days of Zespri kiwifruit challenge.

Dietary Fibre and Digestive health of Zespri kiwifruit :

Dietary fibre is important for keeping the digestive system healthy. It has also been shown to assist in managing diabetes, blood cholesterol levels and weight control

Zespri® Kiwifruit is a good source of both soluble and insoluble fibre. Regular consumption of Zespri® Kiwifruit contributes to good digestive health by:

  • Reducing the bloated feeling
  • Improving bowel habits
  • Positively altering intestinal enzymes, which may help in building one’s natural resistance to illness, growth of beneficial bacteria and inhibition of harmful bacteria

i really love how kiwifruit have make me more healthy and with enough exercise, i feel more alert and energetic 🙂 Positive and GREAT! 

Actinidin

Actinidin is a unique protease enzyme in kiwifruit known for its ability to break down proteins (dairy, meat and legume), which promote increased digestion and digestive comfort. Zespri® Green Kiwifruit contains active actinidin. Many people eat kiwifruit knowing they can rely on it for digestive comfort and improved laxation as a result.

My favourite way of eating Zespri kiwifruit is …. Zespri kiwifruit salad 🙂 

i love it because it is very refreshing and crunchy with the vegetables 🙂 and tomato

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Don’t forget to check out www.zespri.com.sg to find out more about the amazing benefits of eating Zespri kiwifruit regularly. And don’t forget to like their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ZespriSG

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