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Low in calories, high on nutrition, it's an excellent choice for those on a diet.

The peel of the papaya helps in healing skin wounds and injuries.

The fruit has anti-inflammatory and anti-cancerous properties. People affected with osteoporosis, arthritis and oedema should consume it regularly.

The fruit is good for hair growth and is known to check the growth of dandruff.

Papaya is one of the most trusted detox solutions. If taken in moderation, the fruit can help get rid of
toxins from the body.

Those suffering from constipation and indigestion can rely on the papaya for relief.
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