Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi)

"Citrus paradisi" most commonly known as grapefruit is a real miracle fruit. Grapefruits can be white, yellow, pink or red in color with a taste ranging from sour to sweet. The calories in grapefruit are very low, but the flavor and nutrients are high. Just a half grapefruit each day can ensure the average adult is meeting at least half of typical vitamin C requirements, one of the reasons why grapefruit benefits many areas of health.
Grapefruit also contains health-promoting phytochemicals like lycopene and beta-carotene (in the pink and red varieties) as well as limonoids like limonin and flavonoids like naringenin.
Grapefruit oil is also good to quench sugar cravings and even hangover symptoms.
Along with consuming the entire fruit, grapefruit juice, grapefruit essential oil and grapefruit seed extract can all be used to benefit your health.
The many benefits of its oil are multiple: it boosts metabolism and it is used for weight loss, studies have demonstrated that long term intake nooktatone contained in grapefruit significantly reduced high-fat and high-sucrose diet-induced body weight gain, abdominal fat accumulation, and the development of hyperglycemia, hyperinsulinemia, and hyperleptinemia.
This fruit also helps with cellulite reduction, it might fight cancer and boost your immune system, it reduces the risk of stroke, enhances skin health because it contains beta carotene, which fights the aging process of the cells and also salicylic acid to target pores and acne.
Dr.Axe website
Eating citrus fruit may lower women’s stroke risk.