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The 10 Healthiest Fruits You Should Be Eating

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The 10 Healthiest Fruits You Should Be Eating

The 10 Healthiest Fruits You Should Be Eating

Here is the list of most nutritious antioxidant fruits and their benefits. Besides being delicious and nutritious, by reducing your risk of colds, flu, heart disease, stroke and cancer, eating the healthiest fruits with the most antioxidant fruit benefits will help you to feel better and live longer.

Apples:

Apple is a great source of fibre which keeps the bowels clean, ensuring skin that is free of acne and boils. It is also loaded with phytochemicals that have properties similar to anti-oxidants. Studies have also shown that eating apples regularly can reduce wrinkles and fine lines. Mix a gated apple with honey and apply on your face for five minutes for a hydrated, stress free skin. A medium apple has about 80 calories.

Apricots

Apricots have lots of health benefits.Apricots are rich in fibre, beta carotene and number of other nutrients. Apricots are rich in vitamin A, a powerful antioxidant which prevents damages to the cells and tissues.Apricots are very healthy for vision and eyes.It also prevents heart diseases, reduces bad cholesterol and protect against cancers. Apricot can be consumed directly or as a dried fruit.It is also used in making jam, juice, jelly and squash. . Plus 1 apricot has only 19 calories.

Bananas

Ayurveda considers banana as a whole some fruit it is a very healthy fruit available throughout the year . It has many health benefits since it is a rich source of essential nutrients , banana is hailed for regulating digestion. It balances the humor of the body reducing the power of Agni. It is also great source of potassium (about 400 mg), which helps lower your risk of high blood pressure and stroke and plays a key role in muscle function. A medium size banana has around 108 calories.

Berries

Berry fruits contain high levels of antioxidants, compounds that protect cells from damage by harmful free radicals. There is strong scientific evidence that eating blueberries, blackberries, strawberries and other berry fruits has beneficial effects on the brain and may help prevent age-related memory loss and other changes. 1 cup of blueberries has 81 calories and 4 grams of fiber. Blackberries – a single cup of blackberries has 74 calories and a whopping 10 grams of fiber. Raspberries – there are 60 calories in 1 cup of raspberries with 8 grams of fiber. Strawberries – 1 cup of sliced strawberries has 50 calories and 4 grams of fiber

Cantaloupes

Cantaloupe is commonly known as muskmelon or kharbooja in India. This fruit is rich in various nutrients like folates, carotenoids, vitamin C, Potassium, phosphorus and fiber. Along with the presence of these nutrients cantaloupe gives many health benefits. Cantaloupe can help reduce inflammation, prevent cancer and cardiovascular disease, boost immunity and help protect your skin from sunburn. Half a melon has 97 calories and 2 grams of fiber.

Cherries

Cherries have a unique combination of powerful antioxidants that may help reduce risk factors for heart disease and inflammation. In addition to heart heath benefits, research also suggests cherries could affect inflammation related to muscle recovery post-workout and arthritis. 1 cup of cherries has 88 calories.
7.Citrus Fruits – citrus fruits are good appetizer and can be given in loss of appetite. Citrus fruits are used to treat nausea, vomiting, motion sickness and excessive thirst. Pink or Red Grapefruit – half a grapefruit has just a scant 47 calories. Oranges provide an impressive 50 to 70 mg of vitamin C and a medium orange has only 68 calories. Lemons and Limes – 1 lime or small lemon has about 17 calories.

Kiwi fruit

Kiwi consists of a hairy, brown peel containing green flesh, with white pulp in the center, surrounded by black, edible seeds. The fruit has a sweet taste, similar to a mixture of banana, pineapple and strawberry. The Kiwi fruit has blood thinning properties, apart from preventing arterial blockage. Regular intake of Kiwi fruit helps in lowering Low-Density Lipoprotein (LDL or Bad Cholesterol) and triglyceride levels in the blood stream. 1 medium kiwi has 47 calories and 3 grams of fiber.

Papayas

Papaya is regarded as a wholesome fruit. The daily requirements of some of the essential nutrients like proteins, mineral and vitamins can be met from this fruit. The vitamin C contents in papaya increases as the maturity progresses. Its carbohydrate content is mainly of invert sugar which is a form of predigested food. 1 cup of cubed papaya has 55 calories.

Red Grapes

Grapes are gentle laxative and are rich in iron, hence are good for iron-deficient anemia. Red grapes are tridoshic. They are sweet, sour, astringent, and has cooling energy with sweet after digestion effect. Red grapes contains a powerful antioxidant called reservatrol. Reservatrol act as blocking agents to certain enzymes which that degenerates the tissue which further leads to joint and muscle pain. 1 cup of red or purple grapes has 60 calories.

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Author: nayanaphegde

I am an Ayurveda and Yoga Consultant,very passionate about my work and very happy to spread awareness about the science of Ayurveda to people around the world.I strongly believe that Ayurveda is the way forward for a healthy living.I like to empower people and create awareness about the importance of health and to understand and manage the condition to lead a healthy life.I have gained experience in this field working with doctors,wonderful and knowledgeable people a various centres. Qualification: BAMS(Integrated) PGDCSIM Post graduate diploma in social initiative and Management DCG: Diploma in counseling and Guidance Yoga Teachers Training and certification Program

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