Mangosteen

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Although mangosteen is not the most common fruit in the produce aisle, it has shown itself to be an impressive immunity booster in tropical areas where it grows. The rich concentration of vitamins and antioxidants makes mangosteen an ideal antibacterial fruit – perfect for defending the body against gonorrhea. If you begin eating mangosteen shortly after being infected, the significant increase in vitamin C will stimulate the immune system’s production of white blood cells, which are the body’s line of defense against bacterial infections. Vitamin C further contributes to the production of collagen, which is necessary for repair after recovery.

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