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Guava 500g

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South Asia produces plenty of fruits all year round, such as guava. This fruit has a sweeter and crisper taste than a typical apple. Additionally, the guava fruit can be eaten raw, blended or added to salads. Guavas are very sweet when ripe. This characteristic allows the fruit to be added to different recipes.  

That's not all; this fruit contains various minerals and vitamins essential for the body's performance. The seeds of guava fruit are edible, making it for people to consume this fruit. 

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How to Eat Guava 

Ripe guavas are ready to eat. Simply wash and cut into pieces. Afterwards, enjoy the fruit as the seeds are edible. 

The Health Benefits of Guava 

The guava benefits are practically visible weeks after regularly eating this fruit. This is one reason people should purchase guavas from Red Rickshaw and enjoy some of the health benefits. Below are some examples:

  • This fruit is a good source of vitamin c, which improves an individual's immunity system. A strong immune system fights off pathogens and infections in the body. 
  • The low glycaemic levels of guava help keep the blood sugar levels low for diabetic people. This also reduces the possibilities of individuals contracting diabetes. 
  • Vitamin C, quercetin and lycopene in guava fruit reduce the chances of contracting cancer by neutralizing free radicals in the body. 
  • This fruit helps balance potassium and sodium levels in the body, thus keeping the blood pressure levels at bay. 
  • Guava promotes a healthy heart by reducing bad cholesterol and triglycerides levels. 
  • One of the guava benefits is improved eyesight. This is because of the high Vitamin A levels. 
  • Guava is an excellent source of dietary fibre, renowned for treating constipation. Fibre also improves the performance of the digestive tract. 
  • The anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory capabilities of guava can relieve toothaches. 
  • Folic acid found in guava fruit is essential in the formation of the unborn baby's nervous system. 

Guava's Recipe Suggestion

Guava can also be included in recipes as one of the ingredients. The recipes don't affect the nutritional levels of this fruit. Below are some nutrients to consider:

Guava Curry Recipe 


  • Guava
  • Cumin seeds
  • Cooking oil 
  • Hing
  • Coriander powder
  • Tomato
  • Turmeric powder
  • Green chilli
  • Ginger
  • Fennel powder
  • Red chilli powder
  • Salt
  • Dry mango powder
  • Lemon juice
  • Whisked curd.

Preparation method 

  1. Add cumin seeds and hing in a pan with some hot cooking oil. 
  2. Continuously stir for a few minutes before adding tomato, green chillies and ginger. 
  3. Cook for two minutes before adding red chilli powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, fennel powder, dry mango powder and salt. 
  4. Ensure oil separates from the sides before adding curd. Continuously stir until the curd is cooked.   
  5. Add the cut guava pieces in the pan and some water. 
  6. Cover with a lid and leave alone for eight minutes under medium heat. 
  7. Afterwards, add lemon juice.
  8. Stir well before garnishing with fresh coriander.

Guava chutney recipe is another guava recipe to consider. These two recipes are prepared with readily available ingredients.