Kiwis are oval-shaped with the brownish outer skin. The flesh is bright green and juicy with tiny, edible black seeds. With its distinct sweet-sour taste and a pleasant smell
Kiwi is a high source of Vitamin C. Every 100 grams of the fruit contains over 150 percent of vitamin C - almost twice the vitamin C content of lemons and oranges. It is also a good source of dietary fiber – and a powerhouse of vitamins and minerals. A 100 gram serving of kiwi has over 60 calories, 15 grams of carbohydrates, 3 grams of fiber, a little over 1 gram of protein, and less than a gram of fat.
Kiwi fruit contains an enzyme known as actinidain which is known for its protein dissolving properties, similar to that of papain in papaya. Eating one to three kiwis a day is enough to get the boost of nutrients from the fruit. The fruit’s skin is completely edible and nutritious. Eating the skin also triples the fiber intake. Kiwi is good for sleep.