Kiwi Fruit, MRI Scan


This 3D interactive allows you to rotate and clip into a MRI scan of kiwifruit.

Originally from China -- but named for New Zealand`s national bird -- kiwifruit was first cultivated in the U.S. in the early 1900`s. According to a study at Rutgers University, the kiwi is, ounce for ounce, the most nutrient-dense fruit. Exceptionally high in Vitamin C, a half-cup serving of kiwi satisfies 140% the recommended DV. It provides 6% of the RDA for fiber, 10% for folic acid (B9) and Vitamin E, 8% for Copper, and 5.5% for calcium. Kiwi is high in fiber and virtually devoid of sodium or fat.

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