Kiwi fruit belongs to family Acitinidiae and grows on a vine. Although its origins lie in China, it is cultivated widely in New Zealand, Chile, France, Greece and Italy. The fruit is oval and about the size of an egg. It has a brown skin and bright green flesh. There are numerous tiny, black-colored seeds inside that are edible. The seeds are embedded in the fruit like bananas. The fruit is rich in fibers, vitamin C, vitamin K and vitamin E. They are also a rich source of folic acid, magnesium and potassium. Hence, consumption of Kiwi fruit helps fight flu, indigestion, heart diseases, obesity, etc. It is also recommended for diabetics since it contains very low sugar.