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The açaí is the fruit of the açaí palm and a typical Brazilian fruit found in the rainforests of the Amazon.
The açaí is a fruit rich in protein, fiber, fat and an excellent source of vitamins: vitamin C, vitamin B1 and vitamin B2 as well as phosphorus, iron and calcium.
Although it has a high fat content, are beneficial fats that help in reducing bad cholesterol and anthocyanin, purplish pigment açaí allies in the fight against free radicals that destroy healthy cells of the body.
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Most citrus fruits are from Asia where you can still find wild varieties of lemon trees.
The acid lime arrived in America with the first Portuguese and Spanish conquistadors in the sixteenth century and Brazil is a major producer of Tahiti lime specialty (or acid lime), which is a hybrid fruit, resulting from the Persian lime and the Rangpur lime (horse) and being a hybrid, many do not consider the Tahiti lime a lemon, but a "acid lime".
Rich in vitamin C, acid lime helps strengthen the body's defenses to prevent various diseases.
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From South Asia, mango had spread to all continents and its tree is a tropical plant, which also goes fine in subtropical weather condition.
It has extremely interesting nutritional characteristics compared to the other tropical fruits, besides its juicy and sweet flavor. A fresh mango contains about 15% sugar, up to 1% protein and significant quantities of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, which may include vitamin A, B and C.