A guava is a tropical fruit that is found most often in tropical and subtropical areas, and is rarely grown in temperate climates. With the scientific name of Psidium guajava, this fruit is one of many similar species in the same genus, but the “apple guava” is the common form found in most farmers around the world.
They are roughly the size of apples, or slightly smaller, and some variations are more similar to plums in size and shape
Guava is very helpful for those who want to lose weight without compromising their intake of proteins, vitamins and fiber. Guava is very high in roughage and rich in vitamins, proteins and minerals, but it has no cholesterol and a low number of digestible carbohydrates.
Guavas are extremely good sources of vitamin A, which is well known as a booster for vision health.