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soursop

soursop

A spiky tropical fruit related to the Paw Paw and Cherimoya with a strawberry-pineapple-sour citrus flavor. Needs humidity and warm climate, white pleasant-scented flower. Also called Graviola for it’s cancer-fighting properties. White edible custard-apple flesh. Natural News touted soursop at being 10,000 times more effective at killing cancer than chemotherapy. Studies showed it could effectively target and kill malignant cells in 12 types of cancer, including colon, breast, prostate, lung and pancreatic cancer. It hunts down cancer cells but does no harm to healthy cells. Used against internal parasites and worms, high blood pressure, depression, stress and nervous disorders. Do not take if preganant.
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Carlos de la Torre provided avocado samples and Carlos Ugalde with Shangri La Farms identified the damage to soursop. David Jenkins (SC Forestry Commission) and Gregg Nuessly (UF) provided additional reviews that helped improve this manuscript.
Objective: To determine the effectiveness of soursop leaves to reduce blood cholesterol rate on white male rate.
The taste of the soursop fruit results from the combination of sugars and acids (0.65-0.85%), with its pulp containing 1% protein, 18% carbohydrates, 1% fiber, vitamins B1, B2, and C, and phenols, flavonols, and acetogenins [5, 6].
"Soursop (Annona Muricata L.): Composition, Nutritional Value, Medicinal Uses, and Toxicology." In Bioactive Foods in Promoting Health: Fruits and Vegetables, 621-43.
Identification of phenolic compounds in soursop (Annona muricata) pulp by high-performance liquid chromatography with diode array and electrospray ionization mass spectrometric detection., Food Research International.
Objective: Obtaining physical characterization of color by tristimulus colorimetry for the interior of the soursop, in the Annona Muricata fruit.
Insectos Asociados al Guanabano (Annona muricata L.) en Veracruz, Mexico Insects Associated with Soursop (Annona muricata L.) in Veracruz, Mexico.
Food group Food excluded Fruits Cocoa, cashew, sugarcane, coconut, soursop, watermelon, jocote, tangerine Horticulture Sweet potato, beets, breadfruit, yam, cucumber, arugula, celery, green beans Oilseeds Peanuts, nuts Sugars and sugary Honey, desserts, ice cream products Dairy products Requeijao (milk-derived product, produced in Portugal and Brazil) Bakery products Baked snacks, fried snacks, sandwiches Beverages Teas, artificial juice Meats Goat, quail, game, sheep Grains Black beans, green beans, black-eyed beans, pigeon peas Pasta Instant noodles Eggs Quail egg Flours Tapioca (starch extracted from cassava root) Chart 3.