Exotic Fruits help with Food Intolerance

Now, there is quite a bit of debate about whether food intolerance really exist or whether we are just being fuzzy. It is, however, a fact that food allergies exists and some people react to certain food stuff, even if these reactions do not count as fully blown allergies.

I’m writing about this because I’ve been reading about people who are intolerant, or allergic, to one of the most common fruits that most of us eat on a daily basis: apples. Just imagines not being able to bite into a fresh, ripe, juicy apple! Not just are apples themselves off the table but also most fruit salads that you can buy in supermarkets or you get served in restaurants as they are usually based on sweet apples.

A slight alleviation of such a food-based handicap is, however, that such allergies/intolerance usually seem to not spread to exotic fruits, too. So, if we ignore fruits like pineapple that many people also react badly to but for different reasons, tropical fruits then take a central role within the diet of these sufferers. And there are some tropical fruits that even resemble some of the non-tropical kinds. Take, for instance, the nashi pear.

Nashi pears, taste like pears, look like apples

The nashi pear looks and has the texture like an apple and tastes like a mild pear, which sounds wonderful to me. Nashi pears are native to China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea and I’d love to go and visit a farm someday. Thinking about this, if you have such an allergy and want to feast on nashi pears but lack the immediate financial means to go and visit China or Korea, https://www.ferratum.com.au/ seems a really nice and easy way to access some cash for such a trip.