Miracle Fruit – Sweet lemons, is it possible?

Written by fruit   // 02/08/2008   // 0 Comments

FACTS: 
The Miracle Fruit Plant (Synsepalum dulcificum) is a plant first documented in 1725 during an excursion to its native West Africa. Local tribes picked the berry from shrubs and chewed it before meals. Why?

The Miracle Fruit berry contains an active glycoprotein called Miraculin. Miraculin gently binds to the tongue's taste buds, causing bitter and sour foods (such as lemons and limes) consumed later to taste sweet. This effect lasts between ten minutes and two hours. It is not a sweetener, and is nothing like artificial sweeteners as Aspartane (which is rumoured to cause cancer). Miracle fruit is 100% natural and has no known adverse side effects (well, lemons taste sweet).

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Miracle Fruit is also called Miracle Berry, Synsepalum dulcificum, Richardella dulcifica, Frutto dei miracoli, Frutto Miracoloso, Fruta maravillosa, Fruto milagro, Fruta de milagro, Frutamilagrosa, Cudowny owoc, Sideroxylon dulcificum, Mirakelfrukten, Mirakelfrukt, Mirakelbær, Mirakelbaer, Wunderbeere and Mirakelbes.

USAGE 
Miracle Fruit is extremely simple to use: just chew the berry and roll it around in your mouth. and the effect will last from 10 minutes to 2 hours (depends mostly on what you eat). Since the fruit itself is extremely perishable and can only last 2 to 3 days, Miracle Fruit tablets were developed. They are 100% natural and have the same effect, but are easier to use and store. You can try diffrent sour foods or use a sugar free recipe to prepare your favorite dessert (suitable for diabetics).

You can find much more informations about Miracle Fruit on this site http://www.miraclefruitworld.com/ they are the best!

Miracle Fruit in newspapers:

The New York Times

The Wall Street Journal

National Geographic

BBC News Magazine

Mail Online


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