Best Ways to Use Guava, Pineapple and Papaya

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Hi, I'm Dr. Oz. I'm always encouraging people to eat more fruits and vegetables, and there's a wonderful variety out there for you to try. Add these three fruits to your shopping cart, fragrant Guava, the red, pink, yellow, or purple flesh of this fruit smells like flowers, and it delivers impressive amounts of the prostate protecting flavonoid, lycopene, as well as 340% of your daily Vitamin C. The bowl of the whole thing including the seeds and the skin which by the way is soft when the fruit is ripe.

Juicy pineapple, it contains bromelain, an anti-inflammatory enzyme that sooths sunburn, achy joints, and injured muscles. To get the sweet stuff, cut off the top from the bottom of the pineapple, stand it on end, and slice off the skin in vertical strips, then place your fruit on its side and slice it in round, cut out the core and dig it.

Tropical Papaya, one serving of this sweet orange flesh is loaded with carotenoids, that fight long cancer even in smokers. Papaya couldn't be easier to eat, just wash the outside, slice it in half, and enjoy. Even the pepper corn size black seeds are edible, and have a spicy zinc. I'm Dr. Oz, for more delicious ways to nourish your health, check at all of our smart tips.