Chew the fruits of your choice…

March 29, 2011 at 9:24 am Leave a comment

Start your day with fruits and just feel as fresh as those fruits look when you are just about to take a big bite. Fruits have a good content of fiber, carbohydrate and sugars that your body requires to energize you and to keep your body working for the rest of the day. Like vegetables, fruits are an excellent source of minerals, vitamins and enzymes. They are easily digested and exercise a cleansing effect on the blood and digestive tract. Their organic acid and high sugar content have immediate refreshing effects. Apart from seasonable fresh fruits, dry fruits, raisins and figs are also beneficial. So choose the fruit of your choice and start your day. You could also know about a fruit and decide on the basis of what you would want to improve the most. Lets understand the benefits of some common and uncommon fruits.

Common fruits are those which are available across the counters even at small stores and its grown very commonly but there are some fruits which are imported we shall understands whats suits us best.


1)    Apple

It improves the functions of kidneys and eases kidney activities. Apple is also good for digestion problems

2)    Banana

Banana is good for working of the heart and muscular system. It protects the feeling of exhaustion and improves the digestive system. If consumed in big quantities, one could land up with dysentery.

3)    Cherry

Good storage for minerals and vitamins. It contains vitamin A and vitamin C antioxidant properties. It helps to fight cancer types because its antioxidants could destroy the free radicles. It relieves the pain and especially headache, improves mental functions and reduces the risk of heart attack.

 4)    Orange

It is a citrus fruits. It helps to whooping cough, flu and heart diseases. It protects and decreases the risk of paralysis

5)    Mango

Mangoes contain phenols, this compound has a powerful antioxidant and anticancer abilities. Mango is effective in relieving clogged pores of the skin. Mango is high in iron, pregnant women and people with anemia are advised to eat this fruit regularly. 

6)    Grapes

Grapes is a rich source of flavoids, this gives the vibrant purplish color to grapes , grape juice and red wine, the stronger the color, the higher the flavonoid contents. Its good for the heart and the brain.

7)    Sweet lime

Like all citrus fruits sweet lime is rich Vitamin C. Also it’s a good source of potassium. Sweet lime is free of fat and sodium. It also contains fiber, magnesium, calcium and zinc.

8)    Strawberries

Strawberries contain a range of nutrients with vitamin C heading the group. They also contain significant levels of anti-oxidants, which fight free radicals. These antioxidant properties are believed to be linked to what makes the strawberry bright red. 

9)    Papaya

Papaya contains a high amount of potassium and the flesh of papaya is very high in Vitamin A. Papaya is low in calories and high in nutritive value hence it is an excellent food for those on a diet. Papaya has anti-inflammatory properties and anti-cancerous properties. The anti-inflammatory properties in papaya will help reduce pain for those suffering from arthritis and osteoporosis.

10) Chickoo

Chickoo is high on tanning. So, it is believed that when chickoo is boiled with water, the decoction is good for curing diarrhea. Its high on sugar along with being high on fiber. It helps to get rid of constipation and other stomach disorders. Diabetics should avoid.

So next time do not just buy fruits buy your health benefits. We shall further know some fruits that are although grown in many parts of the world but not regularly consumed, also because they are a seasonal fruit…


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