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What Are Fruits With Many Seeds? [Top 6 List]

29 November 2020

What Are Fruits With Many Seeds - Gardeners YardsDid you ever wonder what fruits have many seeds? And, if you should eat the seeds as well?

Many people aren’t eating them. They don’t like the taste of the seeds or the crunchiness in the mouth. However, there are a lot of benefits to consuming the fruit seeds with the fruit. It is just in rare cases where the seeds aren’t edible.

These are the popular fruit with many seeds, and the benefits of consuming the seeds with the fruit.


Guava is a fruit with many seeds - Gardeners Yards

Guavas are delicious fruits with a soft center that is full of seeds or pits. This is usually the most delightful part of the fruit. However, you can enjoy the whole fruit, skin, and flesh with the seeds.

The seeds contain antioxidants, essential fatty acids, iodine, and other nutrients that ensure a healthy body and mind. This is only the seed’s nutrients. There can also be other nutrients found in other parts of the fruit.

Some of the benefits of consuming the pits as well will include;


Watermelon is a fruit with many seeds - Gardeners Yards

“When you eat watermelon seed, it will grow in your stomach.”

Did you hear this a lot when you were a child? Not only isn’t this true, but there are a lot of health benefits in consuming the seeds of watermelon. Many don’t like the seeds because of the size, but it might be worth it.

The truth is that there aren’t any other seeds with the same amount of nutrients. These seeds contain proteins, vitamins, omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, magnesium, zinc, copper, and potassium, to name a few.

With all these nutrients, your body will enjoy these benefits:


Jackfruit is a fruit with many seeds - Gardeners Yards

Not a popular fruit. Until now.

Knowing the benefits of this fruit and its seeds, you will start enjoying it a lot more. Jackfruit is a strange-looking fruit that grows in the highest trees in the world. And this is one of a few fruits that can’t be found worldwide. The one thing that makes these seeds unique is that it contains thiamin and riboflavin.

Good for your eyes, skin, and hair. Then it also contains content like zinc, iron, calcium, copper, potassium, and magnesium. Not as much as watermelons, but with thiamin and riboflavin, it is a potent nutrient boost.

It will give you some health benefits like:


Pomegranate - Gardeners Yards

With pomegranates, you aren’t eating anything else but the seeds, making this one of the fruits with the most seeds in the world.

Some are eating the seeds with the juice surrounding the seeds. While others are just sucking the juice off and spitting the seeds out, some don’t eat pomegranates because it is hard to open and get all the seeds out.

A big mistake.

This is because there are a lot of healthy nutrients in the seed. Nutrients like Vitamin C, potassium, fiber, tannins, flavonoids, and anthocyanin. These are a few nutrients you can find in the pomegranate’s seeds.

Health benefits include:


Strawberry is a fruit with many seeds - Gardeners Yards

Most people don’t believe that strawberries have seeds. They don’t see the seeds, so there can’t be any seeds, right?

You might be surprised that the seeds are outside the fruit. That small, yellow spots on the skin of the strawberry? These are the seeds that you are seeing.

Small, but it’s there.

If you count all those seeds, you will see that this fruit has many seeds – more than most other fruits, especially for the size. Don’t think that just because those seeds are so small, they aren’t as full of nutrients as the other fruits. There are about 200 seeds in 1 strawberry. These seeds have nutrients like fiber, vitamin C, amino acids, calcium, ellagitannins, and quercetin.

Some of the health benefits of these tiny seeds are:


Tomatoes - Gardeners Yards

The argument still lies with if tomatoes are a vegetable or fruit. However, by now, we all know that it is a fruit growing fast and easily.

The seeds are on the inside of the tomato, near the middle or core. You can’t eat a tomato without its seeds. It will take a lot of work to get rid of the seeds.

There are different types of tomatoes, but their seeds always come with the same benefits for us. Many nutrients are found in tomato seeds, but dietary fiber and vitamins A and C are the essential nutrients to remember. Besides the different nutrients, there are also a lot of benefits when you are consuming these seeds.

You can enjoy it wet, dry, or in powder form.

These are some of the benefits of tomato seeds you will benefit from when eating these seeds daily.

Other Fruits With Many Seeds

Papaya, kiwi, orange, and pineapple are all tropical fruits native to different parts of the world.

Papaya is cylindrical in shape and has orange, sweet pulp and small, black seeds, while kiwi is a fuzzy, brown fruit with green flesh and black seeds. Papaya is native to Mexico and Central America and is usually consumed in the form of salads and curries. If you haven’t tried a papaya before, the ripe papaya is sweet, while the unripe one is sour.

Orange is round with a greenish to orange outer skin and sour to sweet, tangy pulp, while pineapple is spiky on the outside and multiple fruit with a crown on top. Orange is a citrus fruit rich in Vitamin C and its peel is used in desserts and cosmetics. Orange juice is a popular health drink and its peel has skin-tightening properties.

Kiwi, or Chinese gooseberry, is originally from New Zealand and comes in 50 varieties with different colors, characteristics, and flavors.

Pineapple is a perennial plants that produces one fruit per season and has an inedible outer skin and crown. The inner flesh of the pineapple is juicy and can be consumed in the form of juice or cut fruit.

Final Words

Guavas, watermelon, jackfruit, pomegranates, strawberries, and tomatoes. These are the fruit with the most seeds in them. And the seeds that have the most nutrients. If you want to ensure that your body and mind stay healthy, you need to remember that when you are enjoying these fruits, you should consume the seeds as well!

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