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As the grapefruit is part of the citrus family, it shares many nutritional and medicinal qualities. Thanks to its therapeutic attributes, it is a very effective remedy for various ailments.
Grapefruits are recommended for preventing cancer, given that they are an important source of vitamin C, beta-carotene and bioflavonoids. Furthermore, they contain small quantities of vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and E.
They are considered essential in a healthy diet to avoid cardiovascular diseases.
They increase the body’s defences. Drinking the juice of this fruit during the winter helps maintain a strong immune system. Doing this prevents infections and colds, especially in children.
Fresh grapefruit strengthens digestion and the urinary system.
It collaborates with the metabolism of fats and cleans the liver.
It contributes to having healthy and radiant skin.
It helps blood circulation and fortifies the hair, as well as adding elasticity to the artery walls. It is very effective against varicose veins.
It is a strong ally in the fight against anaemia as it allows iron in food to be better absorbed.
Its alkalising power improves arthritis, gout and rheumatic processes, as it facilitates the elimination of toxic substances involved in said conditions (for example, the salts in uric acid).
This citrus fruit effectively combats high blood pressure.
Consuming grapefruits, rich in vitamin C, keeps allergies at bay and is advised to fight against scurvy.
Grapefruits are a good remedy for gum problems.
They are recommended for alleviating the symptoms of diabetes, hypoglycaemia and certain eye diseases.
Its vitamin content is also used to cure prostate inflammation.