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Benefits of Rambutan fruits
The rambutan is a medium-sized tropical tree in the family Sapindaceae.
1. Rambutans fruits
Rambutans are small red colour fruits with spiky hair on the skin. It has a sweet, juicy flesh which is slightly acidic and small brown coloured seeds whose oil is used in a number of industries. Rambutans are available in two colours, red and yellow. The rambutan is botanically named as Nephelium lappaceum. To people of Malaysia, Thailand, the Phillippines, Vietnam, Borneo, and other countries of this region, the rambutan is a comparatively common fruit like an apple which is common to many people in cooler climates.
2. Rambutan is the native fruit
Rambutan is the native fruit from Indonesia and Malaysia(wikipedia). The benefit of rambutan can be equated with other favorite fruits, like oranges and apples. Rambutan contains phosphorus, iron, protein, fat, vitamin C, carbohydrates, and so on. Not only fruit, rambutan skin also contains tannins and saponins. Seed that contain polyphenols and fat also makes rambutan more special, because in addition to tasty fruit, it also has many benefits.
3. Taste
A good rambutan has a firm and juicy flesh. It has a sweat taste, and it is somewhat similar taste of lychee fruit. The tree will actually look like a enlarged Chirstmas tree. A rambutan is best within mid season somewhere around June August as they seem to be most sweet, and large.. It is more sweet than sour. When it gets ripened the flesh separates easily from the seed. But when it is not quite ripe, the flesh sticks to the rambutan seed and the taste is a little sour overall, still not a bad taste though.
4. Appearance
Rambutan fruit is naturally red in color but they sometimes seem like yellow or orange. 'Rambut' is a malay word which means hair, hence it got its name because of the Thorn like appearance. The shape of Rambutan fruit is round or oval and it is upto three to six to four cm in dimension. Rambutan is borne in clusters. Its leather like skin has flexible thorns. It has brownish seed with two to three cm in size and is basally scarred. It is soft and crusty.
5. Rambutan Nutritional Value
Rambutan benefits are due to the fact that the fruits have rich amounts of proteins, carbohydrates, fats, iron, phosphorus, calcium and Vitamin C. The stem of rambutan contains saponin, tannin, iron, pectin substances and flavonoids. The seeds of the fruit contain polyphenol and fat.


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