On your next trip to one of the Caribbean islands, you might notice a heart-shaped, spiky fruit hanging from the trees. This is soursop, an exotic island fruit with a sweet and delicious creamy pulp.
Native to South America and sub-Saharan parts of Africa, and also cultivated throughout Southeast Asia, the Philippines, Indonesia and many parts of the Caribbean, many people prefer to enjoy its sweet taste in a drink or in a creative dessert recipe such as cheesecake or ice cream.
10 HEALTHY BENEFITS OF SOURSOP
Packed with B vitamins, vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, and healthy fats and carbohydrates, as well as protein, soursop fruit is also cholesterol free and low in calories, making it an ideal snack. But, be sure not to overdo it—approximately a cup a day is a sufficient amount to obtain the health benefits of this amazing fruit: