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Guava (Psidium guajava scientific name) is a fruit of the sim family, originating from the Americas. Guava fruit is round, pear-shaped or egg-shaped, about 3 - 10cm long depending on type.

The peel of the guava fruit when young is dark green, turns light green and yellow when ripe. The guava skin is thin, white or pink. The pulp is white, red or yellow. Guava has many seeds, yellow brown, hard.

Guava is rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, potassium and fiber. These nutritional components are among the factors that contribute to guava's many health benefits

The amount of antioxidants and vitamins in guava can help protect your heart from the damage caused by free radicals. The amount of potassium and soluble fiber in guava also contributes to your heart health.

Having a low level of vitamin C in the body has been linked with an increased risk of infection and illness. Guava is a great way to get more vitamin C as guava is among the most vitamin C-rich fruits. In fact, one guava can provide twice the recommended daily amount of vitamin C and twice as much vitamin C as eating an orange.