Indispensable Of Diet Lists With Its Low Calorie

Star Fruit, which is consumed especially in European countries, is popular by its taste and health benefits, increases body resistance to infectious diseases. It is the indispensable part of dietary lists due to its low calorie.

From the exotic flavours of the Far East, the sweet-sour flavoured and known as Carambola, Star Fruit is the biggest supporter of the cold winter days by increasing body resistance against infectious bacteria with its natural antioxidant content. Star Fruit is the first in the list of dieticians and those who want to stay fit in the winter season. 100 grams of a star fruit contains only 31 calories. Star Fruit is offered at the markets and other points of sales by Verita, in Turkey.

Enemy of the bad Cholesterol

Health Nutrition and Diet Specialist Taylan Kümeli indicates that star fruit is a healthy fruit because of its context of the basic nutrients, antioxidants and the most essential vitamins with its low calorie. Kümeli also indicated that star fruit, which is also rich in fibre, emphasizing protection against colon cancer which is known as bad cholesterol, also help prevent the weight gain. Noting that the body meets 57 per cent of the cyclic vitamin C requirement, Kümeli emphasizes that the star fruit helps the body develop resistance to infectious diseases.

About Verita: Fresh fruit for 12 months
Verita, which started importing bananas in the 1980s, brings all kinds of fruit that grows in 6 continents, 36 different countries and different climates to Turkey for 12 months in regular, healthy, high quality, economical and hygienic conditions in all season. Verita manages the import chain to Turkey with its organisations in Costa Rica and Holland to increase quality and efficiency globally. With more than 30 varieties in its portfolio, it presents the "Fruits of the World" to the consumer's appreciation in every part of Turkey with Verita standards, especially in selected markets and grocery stores. Verita can export the apples, pears and grape species produced for the Turkish market in a 1000 acres of land located in Denizli.