Rambutan thrives in tropical climates and belongs to the Sapindaceae, original from the islands of Southeast Asia such as Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia. Rambutan has the characteristics as: 1) Fruits with a round shape, wrapped in the skin that have “hair” on the outside, 2) They were green when young, then turns red or yellow when fully ripe and, 3) Edible part of the fruit is coated rambutan seed or aryl which can be strongly attached to the outer shell of rambutan seed.
- Lower Cholesterol Levels.
Reduce the Risk of Atherosclerosis (Coronary Heart Disease).
Convert carbohydrates into energy.
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Diabetes Niacin (B3) is also known to treat diabetes and high blood sugar levels. Most patients are able to effectively control diabetes HbA1c levels with the help of niacin.