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"I never thought I would say this on television or quite frankly ever," ER physician Dr. Travis Stork says of this nutrient-packed fruit! What fruit is he talking about? What fruit may boost the immune system, lower cholesterol and give you some natural energy? Cumquats!
Dr. Travis explains these miniature orange lookalikes are low in calories, with only about 13 each. They are great for digestion and full of vitamin A, B, C and E!
While people may find the juice sour, the peel is actually sweet and full of fiber. Eat it whole and there's a nice balance of sweet and sour that Dr. Travis says, "taste like candy!"