For a healthy and tasty boost, eat kinnows fresh, as juice, or add them to salads, marinades, or sweets.

23 Dec 2023 Dipak Jaiswal 

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 Kinnows are surprisingly high in calcium, which helps keep bones strong and prevents osteoporosis and injuries.

Strong Bones

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 Kinnows are good for your stomach and can help with digestion, relieve bloating, and improve gut health.

Helps with digestion

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 Kinnows are full of vitamins that help keep good cholesterol levels steady for heart health.

Lowers cholesterol

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Kinnows are low in calories and fat, so they make you feel full, which cuts down on cravings and helps you keep your weight in check.

Weight Management

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Kinnows are good for you in more ways than one, and they taste great too.

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