How many of these super fruits are you including in your diet?
There are so many different colors
among this selection of fruit and that is another advantage.
When you read all the good things about them, you might well make more effort to add them in regularly...
prevent cardiovascular problems, promote good bone mass and prevent constipation and heartburn.
will help the body to regulate sugar levels, improve insulin sensitivity and reduce inflammation.
are rich in vitamins A, E, D, B1, B2, K, PP as well as essential fatty acids.
The fruit of the mango
is very nourishing and rich in iron and vitamins A, B and C.
The juice of grapefruits
contains salicylic acid, helping to break down the body's calcium that can build up in the cartilage of joints - leading to arthritis.
That old standby the orange
has compounds that stimulate our metabolic processes, help get rid of unwanted fat while stabilizing blood sugar and insulin levels of the body.
has plenty of iron and copper, critical for production and synthesis of the red blood cell protein - hemoglobin.
Grapes are rich in phytochemicals, proanthocyanidins and phytonutrients which possess antioxidant and anti inflammatory properties.
Apples contain a special fat busting fiber known as pectin - keeping you hunger-free for hours.
are full of antioxidants and nutrients.
And not only are they all full of great health benefits, they taste so good too!