#1. Passion Fruit

To motivate myself in 2011, I’m gonna start a list of healthy food that I actually like. My new favourite snack is passion fruit. It’s wonderfully sourish sweet. You just cut the fruit in half and scoop the fruit out with a small spoon. You can even eat the seeds. I like fruit that’s not too much of a hassle to eat. My cousin R brought these for us the other day and they’re really good. Since they are imported, maybe from the US, they are not that easy to find.

The best thing is, 1 fruit is only 16 calories. It’s full of nutritional benefits, but the ones that interested me are the fact that they improve your skin and protect your vision.

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

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Blogging about life in Singapore & recently cancer too.
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6 Responses to #1. Passion Fruit

  1. FFF Team says:

    I like your blog and writing style. You may also like my post today, “How Can You Continually Flourish.” You can find it at http://findfulfullflourish.wordpress.com.

    I’d love your feedback.


  2. 365days2play says:

    I wonder why it seems that most of superpower fruits are the types that i don’t normally eat on a regular basis? Now if someone told me that mango or watermelon was the way to go, I’d eat them every day!

  3. I have tasted many passion fruit flavored drinks, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen an actual passion fruit! I will have to look for these at the market. They look delicious!

    • bookjunkie says:

      I have only recently tasted this fruit. I think they have begun importing it into Singapore. It’s supposed to be from South America and I think the US too. They say New Zealand produces a variety that is purple on the outside, but the ones I had were green on the outside and I’m not sure where they are from. I must go check it out again at the supermarket.

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