Are Kiwifruit good for you?

    Very. Kiwis are an excellent source of Vitamin C, Vitamin K, and fiber.

    Vitamin C

    Boosts Immune System

    Helps protect cells, prevent illness and fight off infection.

    Vitamin K

    Good for Blood & Bones

    Improves blood clotting and wound healing, and helps keep bones strong and healthy.


    Improves Digestion

    Known to help reduce inflammation in the gut and improve digestion.


    Protects Cells

    Helps stabilise free radicals, protecting cells from potentially dangerous mutations.

    Lowers Cholestorol

    Healthy Heart

    Shown to be part of a low-cholestorol diet, helping to keep your heart healthy.


    Nutritional value in one kiwifruit...
    (% RDA in 80g)

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    Absent Nutrients: Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Fatty acids, Cholesterol, Caffeine

    Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) % shown for adult females, as published by the NHS (UK).

    Medical Research into eating Kiwifruit

    helps relieve the symptoms of


    Reliability: Proven. [1]

    contains properties which help prevent

    Colon Cancer

    Reliability: Promising Signs. [1]

    Lists Containing Kiwifruit

    Best Sources of Vitamin C

    Top sources of everyone's favourite vitamin, which boosts the immune system, keeping us healthy.

    Best Foods that Lower Your Blood Pressure

    Foods low in Sodium, and rich in Potassium, which should form part of a diet aimed to reduce blood pressure and improve heart health.

    Best Foods for Recovering from Flu

    Food rumored to help relieve the many symptoms of the Flu.

    Eating too many kiwis can result in extended trips to the bathroom, due to the high Vitamin C content. Some people may be allergic to kiwifruit, and the chance increases if one is also allergic to avocados, hazelnuts, latex, wheat, figs, or poppy seeds. Kiwis can also slow blood clotting in rare cases, so be careful to avoid them if you are due to have surgery or have a bleeding disorder.