12 Amazing Health Benefits Of Suha

Amazing Health Benefits Suha

It’s a lovely Wednesday to find out about the health benefits of suha.

Suha is probably the largest known citrus fruit. You’ll more likely to know it by its other names like pomelo, pummelo, Citrus maxima, or Citrus grandis.

This is a list of the health benefits of suha that you may also need to know about.

1. Suha Contains Different Nutrients

You can get carbohydrates, fiber, fats, and protein from eating suha.

Like other citrus fruits, it contains a big amount of vitamin C. You can also get other vitamins like vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, and vitamin B6.

You can get some minerals too from suha like iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and zinc.

2. Is Good For Oral Health

Because suha is rich in vitamin C, it is able to aid in keeping your gums and teeth healthy.

If you’re deficient in vitamin C, you may be experiencing bleeding gums so it’s a good idea to eat foods rich in vitamin C like suha.

You should also check my article here about the health benefits of kulitis if you’re looking for more foods that can keep your teeth healthy.

3. Suha Is Great For Your Hair

Suha contains nutrients that are essential to keeping your hair healthy like vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin C, and zinc.

Furthermore, for optimized hair growth, your body will need minerals like calcium, iron, and zinc which are all present in suha.

It is also a good way in keeping dandruff in check.

Eating suha can keep you hydrated including your scalp. Its vitamin C helps kill bacteria that can also cause dandruff.

4. May Have Antibacterial And Antifungal Properties

There have been studies that will tell you that suha has antibacterial and antifungal properties.

In this study in Vietnam, they found out that certain citrus essential oils can be helpful against a particular fungus.

In another study, suha’s essential oils are able to stop a certain bacterial activity.

These are still limited so more studies should be conducted to know how significant this is for us.

5. Suha Helps Treat Urinary Tract Infections

Eating suha regularly can be beneficial in treating or preventing urinary tract infection.

The abundance of vitamin C in the fruit seems to give an increased acidity level in your urine which makes it harder for bacteria to thrive.

6. Aids In Digestion

Suha is no exception when it comes to fruits with good amounts of fiber.

This means that eating this fruit regularly can help improve your digestion which can prevent digestive disorders like constipation and diarrhea.

7. Suha Is Good For Your Heart

Drinking suha juice became popular probably because it was marketed to be able to improve the health of your heart.

Since it contains potassium, it may well be. Potassium is able to regulate your blood pressure levels as well as reduce bad cholesterol levels.

All of these effects can play big roles in keeping your heart healthy.

8. Helps With Weight Loss

We all now know that suha is fibrous which can make you feel full when eating. This can prevent overeating that can gain you more weight.

But did you know that it also contains a certain enzyme that’s considered to be fat-burning?

They call this enzyme carnitine palmitoyl-transferase which is hardly found on other foods.

9. Suha Boosts Your Immune System

Because suha contains a significant amount of vitamin C, it is able to improve your body’s immune system.

It can stimulate your body’s antibodies that can fight different kinds of bacteria that can cause allergies, colds, and flu.

To add more, vitamin C acts as an antioxidant that can fight free radicals that can cause oxidative stress or damage to your organs.

10. Helps Prevent Muscle Cramping

You can drink suha juice or plainly eat the fruit to reduce your chances of getting muscle cramps.

Suha has potassium which is an important nutrient that helps keep the fluid balance in your body.

The lack of potassium in your body can make you more prone to muscle cramps that can lead to pulled muscles or torn ligaments.

11. Suha Is Great For Your Skin

Regular consumption of pomelo can delay the aging of your skin.

The nutrients found on this citrus fruit are able to improve your body’s blood flow to your skin which can reduce wrinkles.

Vitamin C also specifically can help your skin become youthful and healthy as it’s used by your body to produce collagen.

There are also anecdotes that will tell you that eating suha can help with your acne and pimple problems.

In addition to all these, vitamin C can also speed up the healing process of your burns, cuts, and wounds on your skin.

12. Has Anti-aging Qualities

Suha is considered to be one of those anti-aging fruits.

This is most likely because of its high vitamin C content which acts as antioxidants.

As mentioned earlier, it has amazing effects on your skin as well as other organs of your body.


There you have it. These are just some of the health benefits of suha.

I guess just like other citrus fruits, their benefits all revolve around the fact that they contain high amounts of vitamin C.

I like suha and we eat a lot of it when it’s in season. Peeling the skin is just a bit of a hassle though.

With regard to my favorite health benefit of suha, I should go with it being helpful in losing weight.

I can’t remember posting an article about a food or fruit with a “fat-burning” enzyme in it.

How about you, which health benefit of suha do you need, or is your favorite?

I think that suha is relatively safe to consume for almost everyone but please make sure to inquire first with your doctor or health professional if this fruit is unfamiliar to you.

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