5 Healthy Exotic Fruits You Should Eat Regularly!

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Eating a balanced array of fruits is extremely beneficial to your health. Modern studies suggest that eating at least 5 portions of fruits and or vegetables a day can improve health and well-being as well as assist in building a strong immune system. Your best defence against viral infections or ailments in general . You must be wondering which exotic fruits you should be eating daily! Well, here is our list of 5 exotic fruits along with their nutritional value and health benefits. Our hassle free home delivery service makes it simple to receive your fresh rare exotic fruit directly to your door, Nationwide!

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Scientific Name: Hylocereus Undatus

Pitaya or Dragonfruit is part of the Cactus family and has 3 main varieties. White Fleshed Pitaya, Pink Flesh Pitaya and Yellow Pitaya. They originated from the Central America’s and pack a serious nutritional punch. vitamin B1, B2, B3, vitamin C and minerals – including calcium iron and phosphorus.

 Phosphorus can help to build bones and teeth, as well as grow and repair tissues and cells.

Fun Facts: Dragonfruit  most likely got its unique name as a nod to the scales over the exterior of the fruits skin. 



Scientific Name: Litchi chinensis Sonn

Lychee is the sole member of the genus Litchi in the soapberry family, Sapindaceae. It is a tropical tree native to the Guangdong and Fujian provinces of southeastern China, where cultivation is documented from the 11th century. The lychee fruit has a sweet, aromatic taste to it. Some people say it tastes like a grape with a hint of rose, while others claim it tastes more like a pear or watermelon.

Lychee is filled packed fibers, proteins, phytonutrients, as well as Vitamin B, Vitamin C, magnesium, and copper.  

Consuming Lychee as part of your balanced diet of fruits and veg will help enhance and strengthen immunity. 

Fun Facts:  Lychee requires cold weather during the winter for the successful development of flower buds and warm, moist weather with high temperatures during the summer for the production of fruit. 

Star Fruit

 Star Fruit 

Scientific Name: Averrhoa carambola

We wouldn’t recommend leaving Start Fruit out of your balanced diet, actually it was a must-have ingredient. Having an angular shape that vaguely resembles a star, it is sour in taste and thus, not everybody’s cup of tea. 

Star Fruit is a great source of Vitamin C and has proven benefits in immunity boosting, promoting weight loss, improving respiratory and heart health. They also function as natural anti-oxidants and build your resistance against a plethora of ailments. 



Scientific Name: Citrus japonica

Kumquats may seem like a small oddly shaped orange, they are no larger than a grape and packed with sweet tart citrus flavours. Kumquats are originally native to China but are now widely available in European countries predominantly Spain. 

Despite their small size kumquats are bursting with a number of minerals and vitamins. Including vitamin A, B, C and E as well as copper and zinc.

Fun Facts: Kumquats have a good water content.




Scientific Name: Mangifera Indica

Just because it is last on our list doesn’t make it any less beneficial. Mangos are very alluring fruit with over 400 varieties. Probably one of the sweetest fruits on our list, Mangoes can vary in colour from green, red and yellow or a combination of the three depending on the variety.

They are native to India and are quite low in calories and contain vitamins A and C, as well as folate, iron and calcium. 

As a result of the high fibre content, mangoes can help with your digestion, as well as potentially helping with your eye health. As also contains beta-carotene – which helps with the production of Vitamin A, the vitamin that helps improve vision.