• Malanga

    Malanga root or sometimes called Yarrow Root is a large root veggie that’s similar to potato but much large and it’s very creamy when cooked. Most malanga is white inside with slight purple specks throughout the flesh. And it’s very tasty with a nutty flavor, and malanga can be used just like potato… but it’s even healthier and like potato it must be cooked.
  • Dragon Fruit

    Dragon fruit has a number of health benefits including its ability to aid in weight loss, improve digestion, lower cholesterol, strengthen the immune system, and boost energy levels. It also helps prevent cancer and heart diseases, defend against bacteria and fungi, and helps in the overall functioning of the body.
  • Mango

    Not only are mangos packed with flavor, but they are also loaded with nutrients. A one-cup serving contains just 100 calories, it provides 100% of your daily vitamin C, 35% of your daily vitamin A and 12% of your daily fiber.
  • Banana

    A wide variety of health benefits are associated with the curvy yellow fruit. Bananas are high in potassium and pectin, a form of fiber, said Laura Flores, a San Diego-based nutritionist. They can also be a good way to get magnesium and vitamins C and B6.
  • Ginger

    Wild ginger is herbaceous plant that belongs to the Birthwort family. This plant can be found in deciduous and coniferous forests of Europe and North America. It inhabits shady places that provide enough moisture and nutrients from the ground. Wild ginger can be used as spice and as medicine. People cultivate wild ginger because it easily spreads and covers large sections of the ground and due to ornamental morphology of the plant.
  • Plantain

    Plantains are the less-sweet, starchier equivalent to the banana. Sweet bananas, sometimes called “dessert bananas” are much more popular in the United States and Europe, but plantains are an extremely important staple food for people in tropical countries. Unlike dessert bananas, plantains are almost always cooked before eating. In fact, they taste pretty awful raw, so don’t be tricked by their banana-like features.
  • Avocado

    Avocado is a flowering plant that belongs to the family Lauracaea. Avocado is prone to different bacterial, viral and fungal disease that may induce rotting of certain parts of the plant or lead to death of entire tree.