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Low in calories and a rich source of vitamin C, potassium, and fiber, papaya is a nutrition bargain. The yellow-orange-fleshed Solo is available nationwide, while the pink-fleshed Sunrise may be a bit trickier to find. They both boast the same nutritional profile and are equally delicious.

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Scoops of sorbet made with red papaya and a zingy dose of freshly squeezed lime juice pack plenty of antioxidant power in the form of lycopene and vitamin C. Use red-fleshed papayas, such as Sunrise Solo or Maradol. Be sure to ask your grocer which ones will have flesh with a rosy hue since a papaya's skin and shape may not be a good indication of its interior color. Return to Healthy Lycopene Menu;

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