Can you eat Kiwi Fruit with the skin? -All you need to know about Kiwi Fruit

Hi beautiful peaple!
Today MT World will show you how to eat Kiwi fruit the best way and show you some benefits of the beautiful fruit from as we know best New Zealand!


Kiwi’s Phytonutrients Protect DNA

“In the world of phytonutrient research, kiwifruit has fascinated researchers for its ability to protect DNA in the nucleus of human cells from oxygen-related damage.

Researchers are not yet certain which compounds in kiwi give it this protective antioxidant capacity, but they are sure that this healing property is not limited to those nutrients most commonly associated with kiwifruit, including its vitamin C or beta-carotene content.

Since kiwi contains a variety of flavonoids and carotenoids that have demonstrated antioxidant activity, these phytonutrients in kiwi may be responsible for this DNA protection.”

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Can you eat the Skin?
As always wen we talk about fruit we make a video about the fruit so here is the video we done when Melanie show how to eat and open Kiwi, if you can or can not eat the skin of the Kiwi?




Benefits of Kiwi Fruit- 14 Health Benefits

1. Helps Your Digestions with Enzymes

Raw kiwi contains actinidain, a protein-dissolving enzyme that can help digest a meal much like the papain in papaya or bromelain in pineapple.

2. Helps Manage Blood Pressure

Kiwi’s high level of potassium helps keep our electrolytes in balance by counteracting the effects of sodium.

3. Protects from DNA Damage

A study by Collins, Horska and Hotten showed that the unique combination of antioxidants in Kiwi fruit helps protect the cell DNA from oxidative damage. Some experts conclude this can help prevent cancer.

4. Boosts Your Immunity

Kiwi’s high vitamin C content along with other antioxidant compounds has been proven to boost the immune system.

5. Smart Carb for Weight Loss

Kiwi’s low glycemic index and high fiber content means it will not create a strong insulin rush like other fruit with high sugar contents — so the body will not respond by storing fat.

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6. Improves Digestive Health

Kiwis are a great source of fiber. This prevents constipation and other intestinal problems.

7. Helps Clean Out Toxins

The fuzzy fiber of Kiwi helps bind and move toxins from your intestinal tract.

8. Helps Fight Heart Disease

Eating 2-3 kiwis a day has been shown to reduce the potential of blood clotting by 18% and reduce triglycerides by 15%. Many individuals take aspirin to reduce blood clotting, but this causes many side effects including inflammation and intestinal bleeding. Kiwi fruit has the same anti-clotting benefits with no side effects, just additional health benefits!

9. Suitable For Diabetics

Kiwi is in the ‘low’ category for glycemic index, meaning it does not raise your blood sugar quickly. It has a glycemic load of 4 which means it is safe for diabetics.

10. Protects Against Macular Degeneration and Other Eye Problems

Macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss in older adults. A study on over 110,000 men and women showed that eating 3 or more serving of fruit per day decreased macular degeneration by 36%. This is thought to be associated with the kiwi’s high levels of lutein and zeaxanthin — both of which are natural chemicals found in the human eye. Although both fruits and vegetables were studied, this same effect was not shown for vegetables.

11. Create Alkaline Balance

Kiwi is in the ‘most alkaline’ category for fruits, meaning it has a rich supply of minerals to replace the excess of acidic foods most individuals consume. A few of the benefits of a properly acid/alkaline balanced body are: youthful skin, deeper sleep, abundant physical energy, fewer colds, less arthritis, and reduced osteoporosis.

12. Great for the Skin

Kiwis are a good source of vitamin E, an antioxidant known to protect skin from degeneration.


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13. Exotic Taste and Look for Food Variety

Kiwis look and taste great. Kids often love them because they are so different from most fruits.

For nutritional balance it is always good to eat a variety of foods. Each food has its own unique qualities and powers. The trouble with most people’s diet is that we eat such a limited number of foods. It increases our chances of not getting enough of important nutrients.

14. Naturally Organic

Kiwi fruit is on the list of foods that are generally safe from a lot of pesticide residues. For 2012 it came in with the top 10 safest foods. While it is always good to support organic when you can as a matter of principle, it’s also good to know whether there is a big danger if organic is not available or viable for you.

Hope you guys enjoyed this blogpost about Kiwi Fruit!
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Lots of Love
Tobias and Melanie






What are MT World doing in Northern Sweden? Magic Adventures in the land of the Midnight Sun!

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Hi beautiful people!

Today we explore northern Sweden and show you some magic adventures in the land of the midnight sun! We show you some of the beauty in this region.

We have done a couple of videos from this crazy adventures we will put up so you can follow our life. This is Part 1:


Do you also want to Travel more, live a life with more freedom like we do or just be able to live what your dreams is every day! SEE


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Is durian the most disgusting fruit in the World? How to get massive hits on YouTube!

MT World, Durian, Bao Sheng Durian Farm

Today we gong to show you how to pick and chose the best durian. A couple of months ago me and my dear Melanie traveled to the island on Penang in Malsysia.

Were we heard you could find one of the best durian in the world!!!!!We been reserchng about this place since we moved from Norway and start travel. Finally we were at the candy land of durian!
Kun Poh Ang Bak side

We have booked a couple of months ago a stay at Bao Sheng Durian Farm in the hills of Penang. It is famous by us durian lovers for its´s organic durian and the very old trees many of them or 100 years old. We booked a stay for 3 days to only ear durian for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It was an amazing experience we will never regret! Here comes the video with all you need to know about the feared and loved fruit Durian:


This video is a really top video by durian videos on the net and to todays date we have 575 likes and over 126 000 views on YouTube. This is manly due to how we tagged the video and good tags means more veiws so how you tag is very important. If you wanna know more how to tag your videos just send us a message on Facebook
MT World, Durian, Bao Sheng Durian Farm


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Lots of Durian Love!
Tobias and Melanie
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Pulasan how to eat and open this strange fruit!


Pulasan, have you heard of it, probably not. It is a super yummy fruit that is most common as we experience in Malaysia. It is a very sweet and juicy fruit hat reminds a bit of the more common fruit Rambutan.

We love the Pulasan and we going to show a video what it looks like and how it taste. The fruit itself tastes similar to Rambutan but it is both sweeter and juicier. It’s fruit is also softer and more jelly-like unlike the Rambutan which is easy to take a bite from.

Rambutan Fruit

We filmed this outside Raub which is apron 1,5h drive from KL or Kuala Lumpur were we was in Eddie Yong Durian Orchard. We were staying there had a big durian feast for two days and between the durian meals we also walker around the farm and tried other exotic fruits that he grew.

If you are in KL and want a really good durian experience or want to try other nice exotic fruits you should really pay this orchid a visit you can find more details on:

Here comes the video, how to eat and open Pulasan, enjoy!

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Have a beautiful Pulasan Day!
Tobias and Melanie
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