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Fruit For Health

Here is a list of top 10 fruits, the fighters of 20 natural diseases and their sweet and juicy benefits. Next, go to your closest food market and pick your favorite ones.

Raspberry

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½ cup=32 calories

Raspberries are rich in ellagic acids and antioxidants. They may help prevent cervical, esophageal and colon cancer.

Extra health tip: The raspberry ketone extract can boost metabolism to help burn fat.

Blackberry

½ cup=31 calories

The blackberry color comes from the antioxidant-anthocyanin, which may reduce risk of stroke and cancer. The blackberry extract can stop the growth of lung cancer cells.

The ancient Greeks used to call them “gout berries“, and used them to treat gout symptoms.

Grape

½ cup=53 calories

Grape contains antioxidant-resveratrol that actually helps reduce blood pressure and lowers the risk of blood clots. May also help stop the breast, stomach and colon cancer cells.

Extra health tip: Freeze the grapes and use them as ice cubes in your favorite health drinks!

Mango

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½ medium=54 calories

Mango is high in antioxidants, especially zeaxanthin and lutein, which help protect vision and lessen the risk of blindness in adults.

Extra health tip: eat the mango ripe for dessert or unripe for a sour, crunchy addition to your health salad.

Grapefruit

½ grapefruit=52 calories

Grapefruit contains lycopene and flavonoids which may help protect against some types of cancer. It contains pectins, a soluble fiber that may help lower cholesterol levels.

Apple

1 medium=75 calories

Apple contains antioxidants called flavonoids, which may help lower the risk of developing diabetes and asthma. Apple is a natural freshener for your mouth, that cleans your teeth.

Extra health tip: Eat the apple with its peel, because the vitamins lies just beneath the skin.

Pear

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1 medium=96 calories

Pear contains more fiber that is soluble and can actually help prevent constipation. The soluble fiber can help reduce blood cholesterol levels and prevent heart disease.

Tomato

1 medium=22 calories

Tomato is the best source of lycopene, that may help reduce cholesterol levels and protect against advanced-stage prostate cancer.

Extra health tip: Cook the tomatoes with oil to provide more lycopene than the tomatoes alone.

Avocado

½ avocado=114 calories

The avocado contains twice as much potassium as a banana. The healthy monounsaturated fats can help lower cholesterol levels. Baby could live on avocado due to the high fat content, that helps with normal baby growth and development.

Cherry

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½ cup=46 calories

Cherries contain more of the potent antioxidants than any other fruit, that may help reduce inflammation and ease the pain of arthritis and gout.

Extra health tip: Eat them fresh, because most of the Vitamin C is lost when they are heated.

Read more about the top 12 fruits that are rich in antioxidants: Top 12 organic foods rich in antioxidant


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