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When eaten before it is fully ripe, breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis), the fruit of the breadfruit tree, is frequently referred to as a vegetable. This starchy dish is a fantastic addition to healthy eating plans that permit higher carbohydrate foods because it is high in carbs and fiber and low in fat.


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Large evergreen trees called African breadfruits (Treculia africana Decne) grow in humid tropical and subtropical woodlands. In West and Central Africa, it is very common. It is a member of the Moraceae family.

The health and overall well-being of people can greatly benefit from breadfruits. It can be eaten cooked in either fried or baked form. Both options offer heart-healthy nutrients as well as other amazing entire nutrition.

Characteristics of Breadfruit or Jackfruit
Jackfruit or breadfruit seedlings have a 30 m maximum height and a 6 m maximum stem width.
The stem’s gray bark secretes a white latex color.
Large, dark green leaves with paler undersides are seen.
Both monoecious and dioecious trees are possible.
The female inflorescence forms globose heads on a receptacle, while the male flowers are club-shaped.
It has been discovered that breadfruit extracts containing methanol and ethyl acetate have antibacterial properties.
Since breadfruit is gluten-free, anyone with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity can use its flour as a stomach-friendly substitute.
Prenylated phenolic chemicals, which are abundant in breadfruit, may be useful in the treatment of muscular and rheumatic pain.
It has a high concentration of fiber. Fibre is a crucial substance that aids in binding the toxins in the colon and also aids in lowering the body’s bad cholesterol.


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