English name – Turkel Apricot
Tamil Name – துர்கெல் பாதாமி – Turkel pātāmi
Hindi Name – तुर्क खुबानी – turk khubaanee
Kannada Name – ಟರ್ಕೆಲ್ ಏಪ್ರಿಕಾಟ – Ṭarkel ēprikāṭ
Telugu Name – టర్కెల్ నేరేడు పండు – Ṭarkel nērēḍu paṇḍu
Malayalam Name – ടർക്കൽ ആപ്രിക്കോട്ട് – ṭarkkal āprikkēāṭṭ
Apricot is first grown in China and America. Iran people mostly liked this apricot and it is one of the global trade in Iran. Nowadays Russia, the USA, Turkey, Spain, France, and Italy mainly cultivated apricots. Apricot is a yellowish-orange fleshy fruit and outer skin has small hair and a soft furry surface.
It’s one of the healthy fruit in the world and it also has more health benefits. 100 gm apricot offers 6% of potassium, 12% of vitamin C and 12% of vitamin A these all come with less than 50 calories.
100-gram Apricot gives
- Protein – 1 gram
- Fat – 0.27 grams
- Calories – 34
- Carbs – 8 grams
- Fiber – 1.5 grams
- Vitamin A – 8% of the Daily Value (DV)
- Vitamin C – 8% of the DV
- Vitamin E – 4% of the DV
- Potassium – 4% of the DV
- Increase gut health.
- Helps to protect the liver.
- It has a high level of potassium.
- Improves your skin health and eye health.
- Increase your Hemoglobin production.
- Control your heartbeat.
- Constipation treatment.
- Protects from anemia.