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Mespilus, commonly called medlar, is a genus of two species of flowering plants in the family Rosaceae. One, Mespilus germanica, is a long-known native of southwest Asia and possibly also southeastern Europe, and the other, Mespilus canescens, was discovered in North America in 1990.
Mespilus are deciduous large shrubs to small trees growing up to 8 metres tall. The fruit is a pome, matte brown in M. germanica and glossy red in M. canescens.

The composition of medlar has Water, Proteins, Lipids, Carbohydrates, Vitamins A-B1-B2-C and potassium in their great majority, as we said is a fruit which brings almost no nutrients and is widely used for weight loss because it provides practically no calories to the body and if you have a high fiber content.

It is also very Recommended for people with diabetes because it is a fruit without excessive amount of sugars and will not cause serious disorders such problems.

It is also advisable to treat kidney disorders because of its high percentage of molecular water promotes hydration and detoxification of the body, facilitating urine by that naturally eliminate toxins and other things no health benefits.

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