Sapota Chiku or as it is called in India is a small round fruit. Its outer shell is brown and very sweet to the taste. It is one of the very popular fruit in this part of the world. He is originally from India and that extended from India to the world. Sapota when ripe is filled with glucose and gives instant energy. The sapota is used as fruits and is used to make fruit chaat, ice cream and other recipes. In the Central American countries like Mexico use for the manufacture of chewing gum. In some countries it is also used as medicine as sapota has many health benefits. India is one of the cheapest and in season fruit is available in abundance. It grows on trees and the tree can reach height more than 20 feet. Usually fruit tree home support when he is three years.
Sapota is rich source of vitamin A. Because vitamin A is supposed to be very good for the eyes, especially to prevent night blindness so it helps in vision.
Sapota is rich in vitamin C. Therefore, can combat scurvy, gingivitis and maintain connective tissue health. Both Sapota maintains healthy, radiant skin. Vitamin C enhances immunity and helps the body fight infections.
Sapota is a rich source of tannin. Tannin is supposed to be a potent antiviral, antibacterial and has anti parasitic effect. It also acts against diarrhea and hemorrhoids.
Sapota is rich source of dietary fiber. We all know that fiber is essential for digestion and dietary fiber help us fight constipation. Also fiber-rich foods help reduce weight. In addition, the fiber is good for the mucous membrane of colon and help fight colon cancer.
Sapota is also a rich source of many minerals such as copper, iron and niacin. These are very essential for body growth and maintenance of the body. They also help in many metabolic processes of the body.
Sapota also combats acidity.
Help Sapota combat erosion of the gastric mucosa.
Sapota has anti-inflammatory to help combat inflammation in many conditions properties.
Since Sapota is rich source of glucose so they are immediate source of energy as well.
Sapota is already rich source of niacin which helps in the healing of ulcers in the mouth.