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Health Benefitting Fruits You Should Have In Your Diet

Updated on July 1, 2015

Fruit has always been a good snack that is both nutricious and delicious. Listed below are fruits that you should most definetly add to your diet for certain health benefits.

Blackberries

Blackberries have amounts of vitamin C and has a very high level of antioxidants that help the body fight infections. These delicious berries also contain anthocyanin, which may fight cancerous cells in the lungs. Blackberries are very good for the skin because it can make skin tissue healthier and younger looking. Add this tasty berry to yogurt for a sweet, yet healthy treat!

Raspberries

Raspberries contain ellagic acid that may possibly prevent colon, esophageal, and cervical cancer. These berries also contain large amounts of vitamin C, which aids the human body with fighting infections. There are also amoounts of potassium, which regulates blood pressure and heart rate. So be sure to add a few of these sweet berries to your lunch salad or your favorite ice cream!

Pineapples

Pineapples contain amounts of the enzyme bromelain, which helps with digestion. Eating pineapple can also speed healing processes with the enzymes. Pineapples are loaded with vitamin C as well. This tropical fruit should be added to any diet!

Strawberries

Strawberries are loaded with many antioxidants and help reduce risk for having diabetes and strokes. This fruit can also aid those who have high blood pressure because it is high in potassium. Strawberries also contain many anti-inflamatory properties that decrease the risk of cancerous tumors. The best part is that strawberries are delicious with just about any meal.

Mangoes

The mango is said to make the human eye healthier by filtering blue light rays that can at time cause harm or damage to eyesight. There are also high amounts vitamin K, which aids in bone health. The amounts of vitamin A can also make your hair and skin much healthier. Go ahead and blend this exotic fruit into a refreshing fruit smoothie.

Peaches

Peaches have been known to keep away diseases that cause obescity. This fuzzy fruit also contains large amounts of vitamin A and C, which helps the body fight infections and sickness. So be sure to add a few slices of peaches to your favorite greek or frozen yogurt for a good breakfast or snack.

Kiwifruit

Kiwifruit has amounts of vitamin C and vitamin K, which decreases risks of infections in the body. There is also a high level of potassium, which helps with managing blood pressure. There are also enzymes that assist with digestion. Include this fruit in your diet by adding it to smoothies or salads. The kiwi will give an interesting and unique flavor!

These fruits are very beneficial to your health and can be served with a variety of meals! Please feel free to leave any questions or comments below!

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