Snake fruit is very easy to find. The types are also varied. There is snake which has a sweet and crisp texture, Balinese fruit that has a bit sour and sour taste, to salak sugar with a small size but sweet for mercy. Because it is not foreign anymore, then we all must have eaten the white flesh of this one. Between bacon and bark, we can find the epidermis, a very thin, translucent membrane. It tastes bland and will not reduce the delicacy of the fruit if eaten together. Most importantly, the epidermis has various benefits for the body.
Snake Fruit can Smooth Digestion
This fruit bark is said to have a high fibre. With fibre, the digestive process in the body will become better and smoother. The epidermis will also prevent us from experiencing constipation after eating bark. The epidermis will work smooth the intestine when we consume it.
Snake bark also has a high beta-carotene content, just like the fruit. Based on the Ministry of Health’s Food and Nutrition Research Center, in 100 grams of snake contained beta-carotene 5.5 times higher than mango and three times higher than guava. Beta-carotene is a useful nutrient to maintain eye health. So fruit and epidermis can be a healthy solution for the eyes besides the famous carrot.
In addition to high, bark also high vitamin C. This vitamin C content will reduce our chances of canker sores or even cure. To get the perfect vitamin C content, it helps us to eat snake with the skin.
Therefore, do not again remove the epidermis when will consume snake. If there is dirt from the skin attached to the epidermis, just throw away the dirty part, not entirely. In this way, we will be able to get the perfect nutrition from the bark.