Fruits are actually common in many cultural New Year’s traditions. In Turkey, they eat pomegranates at the turn of a new year because of how their vibrant crimson color and round seeds are metaphorically interpreted to represent fertility, the heart, and prosperity. Guava shares similar crimson shades and has abundant seeds, which makes it a viable and better alternative since it also has multiple times more protein and vitamin A. Here are other New Year’s traditions you can use guava juice with for a healthier experience: 1. Eating Round Fruits Many cultures share the tradition of eating some sort...Read More
Month: December 2017
- 3 Delicious Recipes You Can Add Guava Juice to for Better Health
- Guava Juice Is Becoming More Mainstream
- How You Can Incorporate Guava Juice Into Your New Year’s Tradition
- How Guava Juice Is More Nutritious for You Than These 7 Popular Fruit Juices
- Can Drinking Guava Juice Help Treat Diabetes Mellitus?