I don't know how popular Jamrul fruit is with you or if you are familiar with this fruit. However, people in remote areas of Bangladesh know this fruit very well and this fruit is very popular with all people.
However, it may be that people in other countries or regions know this fruit by different names or differently. However, this is not my main purpose, but I buy some beautiful jamrul from the market tomorrow and so I am trying to share something with you.
There are two types of jamrul fruits in our country, one is light white and the other is light red. However, lighter white is found everywhere. But the taste is almost the same to eat. However, the nutritional value is the same.
Although these fruits are small in appearance, their nutritional value is much higher. This fruit has an effective ability to solve various problems, especially in summer. It tastes sweet because it is produced in summer, you may think you are eating a sweet apple, but as a result the water content is relatively high.
The nutritional value of this readily available fruit is very good. Each 100 grams of jamrul contains 56 calories, 0.5 to 0.8 grams of protein, 14.2 grams of carbohydrates, 1.1 to 1.9 grams of dietary fiber, 0.2 to 0.3 grams of fat, and 29 to 45 grams of calcium. 2 mg, magnesium 4 mg, phosphorus 11.6 to 30 mg, iron 0.45 to 1.2 mg, sodium 34.1 mg, potassium 34.1 mg, copper 0.01 mg, sulfur 13 mg, chlorine 4 mg And water 45.5 to 79.1 grams. Jamrul also contains a small amount of carotene, thiamine, niacin and ascorbic acid.
So you can easily understand how many benefits this fruit has for us. So in summer we should try to eat more of this fruit.