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Benefits of Rambutan fruits
81. Rambutan Tropical Fruit Products
Rambutan is a tropical fruit grown in Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and some other areas of Southeast Asia. The peak season for rambutan in Thailand is May to September. The fruit is slightly bigger than a golf ball in size and is round or oval in shape . Rambutan fruit resembles tiny sea urchins and has a thin, leathery rind covered with multiple tubercles which look like spines with a curve at the tip. Inside, the juicy flesh is usually white or rose tinted. Rambutan possesses a pleasant sweet taste. It may be readily incorporated into smoothies, juice applications, ice cream, sorbets , jams and jellies, yogurts etc.
82. Rambutan juice
Rambutan juice has a very pleasant sweet taste and can be used in various juice applications, smoothies, energy drinks, ice creams and sorbets. You can also use peeled and pitted rambutans in smoothies and fruit salads, for example as a substitute for lychees. If you have a juicer at home, rambutan juice spiced up with a bit of cinnamon or vanilla is also worth a try.
83. Rambutan Puree
Rambutan Puree is prepared from carefully selected fruits that are analyzed for color appearance and flavor. Premium quality fruits are washed, deseeded and the extracted pulp is pasteurized and frozen. Rambutan puree can be used in various juice applications, smoothies, energy drinks, ice creams and sorbets. The rambutan puree is processed under good manufacturing practices and is free of any additives or preservatives. The Thai manufacturing facility is Kosher certified and the product is manufactured under a certified quality control system and HACCP regulations. Frozen rambutan puree is packed in 40 lb pails.
84. Nutrition Facts for Raw Rambutan Pulp
Nutrition facts for rambutan pulp (Nephelium lappaceum) are provided per 100 grams in the chart below. The nutrition facts provided below include both the absolute amount and the percent daily value for each nutrient. . Rambutan health benefits are not just limited to the fruit but are derived from other elements as well, like fruit, rind, bark and leaves.
85. Rambutans are also a good source of copper
Rambutans are also a good source of copper. Although your body require only a small amount of copper, this trace mineral is crucial for the proper functioning of your body. A copper deficiency may lead, for example, to anemia, ruptures in blood vessels, bone and joint problems, elevated cholesterol levels, frequent infections, and chronic fatigue. Copper is also crucial for healthy hair growth, and foods rich in copper, such as rambutans, may help prevent hair loss, intensify hair color, and prevent premature graying of hair.
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