Consuming Quince, a Passion-Fruit Provides High Nutrition

Feb, 2022 - by CMI

Quince, a nectarine provides much more benefits and nutrition to health.

Quince bush is also known as ‘golden apple’ of Greece which is embedded with high nutrients. People of Greece considered this fruit to have many medicinal values and this passion fruit is also a symbol of love at ancient times. Quince is mostly found in month of December, these appealing yellow fruit is similar to apple and pear when ripen. This fruit is used to make delicious sweet dishes. When someone consumes it in raw form it tastes bitter and sour however, when cooked with appropriate items it in, it proves to be the yummiest sweet and can be a substitute to some other recipes also. One can include it in diet without any doubt as this fruit contains medicinal value.

This pear fruit grows well in moderate areas, and the arrival of this fruit indicates the end of autumn season. This quince bush eventually was derived in Circassia area, and lead its path towards Greece and first was appeared in genus Cydonia. It is believed to that this fruit even precedes the apple. In real, its meant that quince bush has an epic story. People of Greece usually called this pear as a melimilion, a goddess of Greek who symbolizes love and beauty. In ancient times arts and designing of goddess were usually holding this quince bush. This fruit not only indicates about love, also has a deep significance on fertility as well. Quince bush contains, many vitamins and essential nutrients which makes it a healthier fruit. It has water, potassium, vitamin A, B, a good amount of fiber, phosphorus and many more in a huge amount. Quince bush is rich in flavonoids which provide 60 calories on 100 grams of a fruit. Quince also controls blood sugar levels, helps in losing weight.