LOVE durian it makes you beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!

China
July 20, 2009 5:52am CST
I know most of us hate the smell of the durian .but the nutritions of it you must not know .In China has proverb "a durian is of equal value as 3 chicken "the high protein of it is useful to the skin especially for ladies .and if you eat durian at least 3 times you must be addict to it .For example I was already disgorge but 4 times later i like it so much ,so i encourage my mum eat it ,now her skin improve much .so ladies beleive me eat durian you will like it!!!!!!!!!!!
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• Philippines
22 Jul 09
really? does durian give all that credit? wow! nice to know.. I've been ignoring durian since i smelled that foul smell but they say "It smells like hell but tastes like heaven"..
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@Citychic (4078)
• United States
23 Jul 09
Wow, that sounds like a mighty powerful fruit. I wonder what kind of temperatures it grow in. Here where I live it's sunny almost all the time, would durian grow well for me. Is it a sweet fruit or kind of sour? Can I find it at my local grocery store. I want to try out some dorian so bad:(. Is it expensive where you live at? Thanx in advance for your reply.
• China
23 Jul 09
Try it and it mustn't disappoint you .
• China
17 Sep 09
Durian fruit contains starch, 11%, sugar 13%, protein 3%, there are a variety of vitamins and so on, very rich in nutrients. Durian spleen qi, kidney impotence, warm the body, is a tonic good fruit. Generally healthy people can eat. But the durian taste than the thick knot, easy to plot in the intestines, drink plenty of water will help digestion.
@mhae15 (744)
• Philippines
23 Jul 09
Yes I heard that durian has a high protein that is good in our bodies. But unfortunately I didn't eat much durian because of the smell. I like the taste but I really can't take the smell.
@jpso138 (7844)
• Philippines
20 Jul 09
yes, I heard that durian compared to all other fruits have the highest nutritional content. So obviously you are right on the aspect of improvement. I have to admit that I really hate the smell of durian. In fact I barely eat durian. Well, as what they say, "no pain no gain".
@gingerale (226)
• Philippines
20 Jul 09
yes! I love durian. Too bad, it's so expensive here in our part of the Philippines. It's cheaper in Mindanao. So, I think when I have to chance to visit Mindanao, I will surely order a basket of this nutritious fruit. How come it's good for the skin when it's protein? Could you please elaborate? Thanks