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Soursop

Soursop
Soursop a fruit of Annona murucata in the family Annonaceae, is rich in vitamin C, protein vitamin B1, B3, fatty acid, Calcium, magnesium, copper, iron, phosphorus and carbohydrate. Soursop has anti aging properties which can be attributed to their high content of vitamin C a powerful antioxidant. Its rich store of iron can help in preventing anaemia and build up of healthy bones, it also contains calcium and phosphorus which are excellent bone builders. The anticancer claims of soursop is due to the fatty acids, quinolones, reticuline, alkaloids, annopentocins and coreximinr present in the fruit.

Soursop also has activity against bacteria and parasites, and can therefore be used in treating infections. The phenolic content helps prevent hypertension and the unripe fruit has antirheumatic effects due to their tannin and alkoloid content. The body responds to sudden change in weather condition, this could be inform of cold, cough and catarrh, all these symptoms can cause severe discomfort, soursop has healing effect on respiratory malfunctions, therefore you can hasten recovery process by adding soursop to your diet.

Sleepless night arise as a result of stress and anxiety, because they alter the activities of hormones responsible for inducing sleep, soursop can help you restore this balance, since they contain antiinflammatory properties that support sleep. Soursop is a wise choice in ensuring a balanced meal.

Pros
• controls parasitic infections. • Heals respiratory disorders. • Helpful in inducing sleep. • Supports healthy skin. • Boost our immunity against several diseases.

Cons
• You must avoiding swallowing the seed. • The fruit is limited in supply.

Supporters

AlexHarris

Soursop

There is actually a decent amount of soursop here on this tropical island, a lot more than pineapple. It isn't that this island doesn't have much pineapple it just has a long time from sprout to yielding fruit. Soursop, in my opinion, tastes pretty good I would almost say better than a pineapple even though the tastes aren't very similar it has a sort of sour apple candy taste to it while the texture is kind of spongey yet juicy like a watermelon and apple cotton candy if that makes sense. All in all, I like it better than pineapple since there are no complications when eating it.
Posted by AlexHarris on 11-02-2017
ballyhara

People don't know what they're missing

Soursop is super popular and wanted here in my country, and those who don't appreciate, is just because they don't know the multiple ways to eat it. This is considered a sweet fruit here, so you can find dozens of dessert recipes that contain its pulp, cold cakes, baked ones, frozen smoothies, shakes, ice creams, you guys would be amazed by it. Also, the leaves of the plant are considered the latest treatment for cancer, people makes tea from its leaves, and drink it as common water daily.
Posted by ballyhara on 11-11-2017

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Pineapple

Pineapple
Pineapple, a tropical fruit of the Bromeliaceae family with a crown contains vitamin B1, B2 and C, calcium, folate, manganese, pantothenic acid, bromelain and fibre. It takes three years to grow to full maturity and is best collected and eaten when ripe. They have juice which can be sour to the mouth due to its ascorbic acid content. Pineapples are usually difficult to slice due to the thickness of their shell and people prefer it already sliced. The sliced fruit can be eaten or squeezed to get the juice.

Generally, increased consumption of pineapple decreases the risk of diabetes, death rate and weight gain. Pineapples are good source of nutrients which boost the immune system and mob up free radicals. Taking the juice can help prevent dehydration, build healthy bones and help in fertility.

The fibre content helps prevent constipation by increasing the gastrointestinal motility. They have antiinflammatory properties due to their bromelain content. Pineapple flavour is usually very inviting and can be used in baking, yoghurt, beers and ice cream. Due to the fact that pineapples contains protein digesting enzymes, they tend to digest the proteins in the mouth causing sores which are usually discomforting.

Preparation of pineapple juice might be demanding, but the reward is always worthwhile. You can add other fruits to the juice, to increase it's nutritional benefits, several companies produce pineapple juice, but taking the juice fresh is a preferable option.

Pros
• Rich in vitamin C a incredible antioxidant. • Ensures excellent vision. • Helps in preventing inflammatory disorders. • Good for maintaining strong bones and teeth. • Has a positive effect on our immune system.

Cons
• Excessive consumption can cause rashes on the skin. • Too much intake can result in excessive menstrual bleeding.

Supporters

idealmikey

Pineapple please!

I don't think I've ever had Soursop! I've had Lychee's but they kind of taste like strawberries so can't really be compared? I LOVE pineapple though! Especially pineapple juice OMG! Sometimes I think I have more taste buds than most people do. Or maybe I just appreciate nice tasting foods and drinks than most do. I'm thankful to God for most things though. Even a simple apple. Since there are some people in the world that an apple would be a luxury thing. But I love pineapples, especially on pizzas! Nom nom nom!
Posted by idealmikey on 11-03-2017
Sue

Pineapple

I love pineapples and pineapple juice. I often buy pineapples. I love their sweet taste. They are so good. I have never had soursop so I can't really say what I think of it but I know if I am give a choice between pineapple and any other fruit that I will always choose pineapple. I like that pineapples do not have seed and from what I read sousop has lots of seeds so that would be a huge turn off for me.
Posted by Sue on 11-08-2017
kataomoi

Pineapple

Pineapple is more common here. I've never actually heard of or seen a soursop.

I'm not really a fan of fruits, but I can eat pineapples. It's one of the few fruits I actually eat and enjoy. I don't think I'd enjoy soursop. It reminds me a lot of durian and that's a big no-no for me. Even without the smell, I can't handle it because of the texture. If soursop is anything like that, then I won't like it.

Posted by kataomoi on 11-14-2017
hermessantos

I prefer Pineapple

I love pineapple and I think that besides the fruit and the juice, it is also possible to make numerous recipes with this fruit. It's a shame that here in my country is usually a bit expensive. But whenever possible I buy pineapple.
Posted by hermessantos on 11-04-2017
gata montes

Pineapple - delicious, inexpensive and no seeds.

Having never particularly liked soursop - partly because of the seeds - but mainly because of its strong pungent odor - which is not just unpleasant but far from appetizing - this is an easy choice for me - as I’ve always much preferred the tangy yet sweet flavor of pineapples.

As apart from smelling and tasting absolutely delicious - not only are pineapples refreshingly good at any time of the year whether eaten in chunks or juiced - but - unlike the other option - are always in abundance, are easier to eat and way, way, cheaper too - especially when compared to soursop - which are extremely expensive where I live - at over $25 a kilo!

Posted by gata montes on 11-02-2017
JoeMilford

Pineapple

I would have to go with the pineapple here. I think that it is a much more versatile fruit in terms of its uses. I also think that it is easier to find and easier to process than the soursop. That's true of where i live anyway, at least. I do not like the way the soursop smells as well. Pineapples can go into cakes, salads, on pizza, be made into smoothies--you name it. I think they are a much better value if all we ever do is just look at their different incarnations in our cuisine.
Posted by JoeMilford on 11-03-2017
wiseagent

#TeamPineapple

I like soursop, but it's a very seasonal fruit (and depends a lot on the locality). Pineapple, besides being easier to be found at any time of the year, is more delicious because it can be used in many - and creative - ways.
Posted by wiseagent on 11-08-2017
Tania997

Pineapple

Pineapple is just great, the taste is amazing and the juice is delicious. It also helps with a lot of things and I make sure to always have one in my house. I've never heard of the other fruit and I don't even know how they call it in my country, so I'll vote for pineapple.
Posted by Tania997 on 11-01-2017
ColdFlameChris

Pineapple Pen!

I do love pineapple, especially in drinks. It's one of my favorite fruits and it gives me enough fiber to cleanse my body and for proper digestion. Pineapple is also healthy so I do recommend to eat or drink pineapple every single day.
Posted by ColdFlameChris on 11-01-2017
NickJ

Pineapple

Pineapple is everywhere in my area. Supermarkets, fruit stands, restaurants, cafes, etc. It's widely available in many different forms also. Canned, fresh whole, juice form, soda form, fruit cocktails too. Soursop is something I've never heard of before until today. Perhaps, I've passed by it before at the store or something? But I honestly wouldn't know it if and when I saw it.
Posted by NickJ on 11-06-2017

Comments

lovely
I prefer pineapple more than soursops though I eat the two but I take more of pineapple. pineapple help me keep hunger at bay because of the fiber content and the water content helps quench thirst and keeps me hydrated.

Pineapple contain so many nutrients that can help the body functions properly like fighting diseases and boosting our immune system.
Posted by lovely on 11-02-2017
idealmikey
Yeah, all fruit does! Well, they all have their own anti-oxidants, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial cancer fighting properties in them. That's why God gave us them to eat! Not only do they taste delicious, juicy and fruity. But they have a lot of benefits to eat as well. Unfortunately, most people don't eat enough fruit. Some don't eat any at all. The world needs to eat more fruit! :D
Posted by idealmikey on 11-03-2017
cubo
I have to vote for both of these fruits. I love them, I like to eat them or drink them as juice. They are sweet, delicious and refreshing fruits. I have, at home, a few soursop trees, I have to be careful when a soursop is already done to eat because the birds like it too so, they have eaten some of my soursops because I've forgotten to collect the soursops.
Posted by cubo on 11-02-2017
Pixie
I once tasted soursop and totally regretted it. I don't like the smell of soursop too. As for pineapples they have always been my favorite fruit to have is summer. I add them in fruit salads most of the times. I also prepare pineapple juices every now and then. Just last week I went to a coffee shop and bought a pineapple cheesecake. It was really delicious. Moreover, pineapple is also loaded with vitamins and minerals which will help to keep us healthy.
Posted by Pixie on 11-02-2017
vinaya
I don't think I have ever tried Soursop. Actually, I have not heard about this fruit. Pineapple is not my favorite fruit, however, I do enjoy eating pineapple once in a while. I love pineapple juice more than pineapple fruit. I have planted pineapples in my garden and my plants are yet to bear fruits. Pineapple is not recommended for pregnant women.
Posted by vinaya on 11-05-2017
Corzhens
Do you know that some doctors have declared that soursop has healing properties against many diseases? Just eat the fruit and you can fortify your immunity against cancer. But for me, I prefer the pineapple particularly the sweet variety. Pineapple is always part of my diet when I am trying to lose weight. Sometimes my lunch is a piece of pineapple only. With soursop, it’s fine to eat once in a blue moon.
Posted by Corzhens on 11-11-2017