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The Truth About Fruit

written by: steffiebuzz
 
Take this quiz to see how much you really know about fruits.

Question 1:


This strongly acidic and detoxifying fruit grows on trees named Citrus sinensis and Citrus aurantium.
Avocado
Lemon
Orange
Grapefruit

Question 2:


Similarly to spinach, this fruit, called "petia" in Spain, contains plenty of iron.
Watermelon
Banana
Avocado
Mango

Question 3:


Which of the following groups of fruits are considered low-acid fruits?
Mangos, elderberries, olives, fresh figs
All of these
Blueberries, huckleberries, strawberries
Cherries, sweet peaches, sweet plums

Question 4:


Botanically speaking, which of the following is not a fruit?
Arugula
None of these
Tomato
Olive

Question 5:

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This fruit, also known as star fruit, is grown in Malaysia, Brazil, and tropical Africa. Although it can be eaten whole, its slightly tougher ridges are usually cut away into thin cross-sections that resemble a 5-pointed star.
Mangosteens
None of these
Carambolas
Persimmons


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Question 6:

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This fruit, also known as "mamao" is indigenous to the West Indies and northern South America. It grows on a tree which reaches fruit bearing age after only a year.
Pomegranate
Loquat
Papaya
Kiwano


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Question 7:

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This is a thick-skinned round fruit which, when ripe, has a reddish centre full of large juicy seeds.
Papayas
Avocado
Pomegranate
Rambutan


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Question 8:

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These pear-shaped tropical fruits are very nutritious for the skin because of their high contents of vitamin A, B, & E and are therefore used in many skincare products.
Papayas
Avocado
Lychees
Mangoes


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Question 9:


These fruits of the Family Musaceae are a valuable source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and potassium and are highly recommended by doctors to patients, whose potassium levels are low.
Pear
Banana
Strawberry
Apple

Question 10:


Why do doctors and dietitians recommend that we have five to nine fresh pieces of fruit a day?
All of these
Fruits help the organism release toxins.
Fruits stimulate the memory.
Fruits are rich in vital vitamins.

 


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