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What Does Soursop Taste Like?

 

Many people ask: "What does Soursop taste like?"

  Some of you have no idea what to expect, and after some diligent googling you will find lots of information about it and its uses (juice, smoothies and the fruit’s benefits to human health).

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Its fragrance and flavor is tropical, floral and fruity and its taste is slightly sour but mainly sweet. It tastes kind of like a combination of pineapple and banana or papaya. This fruit contains a variety of vitamins and minerals, and is low in calories.  Studies show it even helps in the treatment of cancer. This fruit is packed with B vitamins, vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, and healthy fats and carbohydrates, as well as protein. In addition, soursop is also cholesterol free, making it an ideal addition to a healthy diet. 

 

 

 

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Aside from the nutritional benefits of soursop, the fruit and leaves of anona muricata (the botanical name of the soursop tree) have been used for centuries in a variety of ways in preventive and natural medical treatments. Some of the traditional treatments include:

  • The fight and prevention of cancer
  • Regulating blood pressure
  • Regulating blood sugar
  • Meditational focus
  • Enhancing calm
  • Burning Calories
  • Fortifying the immune system
  • Improving cholesterol
  • Elevating mood
  • Overall detox

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Soursop Geography

Soursop only grows in tropical regions. Once picked soursop doesn't last too long so until now, availability is somewhat limited.To bring Soursop's health benefits to the rest of the world, The Soursop Tea has a developed a natural process of combining the Soursop fruit, leaf and matcha green tea into a game changing powder easily added to any beverage or
smoothie.

After a few days of use, you will begin to notice great things!

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