Pawpaw, also called papaya, graviola or guanabana, comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, and it’s white, fibrous pulp is rich in nutrients.
It is a common component in fruit salads, drinks and desserts.
It originated in Central America and Southern Mexico but is, now grown in many other parts of the world.
Low in calories and high in vitamins and minerals, it can supplement your diet with a wide array of nutrients.
Eating pawpaw helps your body metabolise other food you eat pawpaw is a rich source of minerals.
Pawpaw may offer benefits to people with some forms of cancer, Lowers cholesterol.