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Peach 
The Peach is native to China. Peach trees grow very well in a fairly limited range, since they have a chilling requirement that subtropical areas cannot satisfy, and they are not very cold-hardy. The tree seldom reaches 21 ft in height; Under cultivation, it is usually kept between 10 to 13 ft by pruning.

Peaches are low in calories and one peach provides almost three quarters of the daily vitamin C requirement. The fruit has a gentle laxative effect. Peaches are also rich in iron and potassium


Health Benefits of Peach :


Anemia

Constipation
High blood pressure
Gastritis (inflammation of the stomach)
Nephritis (inflammation of the kidneys)
Acidosis (deficiency of alkalinity in the body)
Bronchitis (inflammation of the bronchial tubes)
Asthma
Poor digestion
Bladder and kidney stones.
Helps improve the health of the skin and adds color to the complexion.
Helpful in the removal of worms from the inte
stinal tract.
May help prevent cancer in organs and glands with epithelial tissue due to its high Vitamin A content.

Peach Nutritional Values : Per 100 gm.

Vitamin A : 880 I.U.
Vitamin B : Thiamine .02 mg.;
Riboflavin : .05 mg.;
Niacin : .9 mg.
Vitamin C : 8 mg.
Calcium : 8 mg.
Iron : .6 mg.
Phosphorus : 22 mg.
Potassium : 310 mg.
Fat : .1 gm.
Carbohydrates : 12 gm.
Protein : .5 gm.
Calories : 46

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