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Ways to Prevent Cancer with High Fiber Fruit

Updated on December 31, 2016

Benefits of Kiwi Fruit

Research studies prove that kiwifruit are are a high nutrition fruit and helpful in improving symptoms in asthmatic children, and decreases potential colon cancer. Kiwifruit is also very high in dietary fiber. Another study report shows that eating 2 to 3 kiwifruit a day, for 28 days can reduce the chances of blood clots. Some individuals may have allergic reactions to kiwi or other fruits. Fruit health is one of the healthiest ways to stay healthy. Kiwi has many nutrient benefits, which are:

  • Vitamin C
  • Beta carotene
  • Omega-3 fatty acid
  • Vitamin A, antioxidant
  • Potassium
  • Vitamin E
  • and it assist as a Laxative

Antioxidant in Kiwi Fruit

Oxidation can produce free radicals; these radicals can start a chain reaction in a cell, which can cause damage or death. Oxidative stress seems to be a part of many human diseases. Oxidation can come from frequently eating sugars, salts, pork, chocolate, and/or coffee. Antioxidants are a major ingredient in fruit and have been thoroughly studied for the prevention of diseases such as cancer, and coronary heart disease. The fiber ingredient found in fruit, is a nutrient that all people need in their regular diets; fruit health is the best way to stay free of diseases.

High Nutrition Fruit - Fruitalicious Kiwifruit and Orange
High Nutrition Fruit - Fruitalicious Kiwifruit and Orange

Nutrition of Apples

Eating apples should be a part of every person's daily diet. Many studies show that women, who eat up to 3 apples a day, had more reduced weight loss than women who didn't eat fruit with their regular diets. There are so many reasons to eat apples every day as part of your fruit health. Why eat an apple daily? Here's why:

  • Really helps with weight loss
  • Assist with diabetes management
  • Bone protection
  • Alzheimer prevention
  • Lung cancer prevention
  • Breast cancer prevention
  • Colon cancer prevention
  • Lowers cholesterol
  • Vitamin C
  • High in fiber
  • Helps with asthma symptoms

Apples are one of the best nutrient fruits to consume. Also apples contain flavonoids, assist with constipation, stroke, boost memory, and prevent osteoporosis associated with menopause. Apples have phenols which provide sun protection that helps your skin resist the harmful effects of the sun's ultra violet rays.

Furthermore, research shows that eating an apple a day can reduce risk of urinary tract infection, asthma, weight gain, type 2 diabetes, different cancers and heart disease. As you've noticed there's a lot that consist of the nutrition of apples. This is why the old saying is still famous and true "An Apple a Day Does Help Keep the Doctor Away." Bamm . . .

Names of Apples


There are different colors of apples and many types/names of apples. There are at least 1 thousand names of apples. I will show a small list of the different types: Albany Beauty, Bailey Sweet, Beverly Hills, Cherry Pippin, Crispin, Duchess, Doctor Red Jonathan, Extra Red Gala, Ellison's Orange, Fuji, Fallawater, Gala, Granny Smith, Holly, Irish Peach, Jubilee, Lemon Pippin, Liberty, Roxbury Russet, Pink Pearl, Nectar Apple, Summer Rose, Red Rome, Wine Sap, the apple list can go into 1 thousand names.

Benefits of Cantaloupe

The fruit health of this melon is high of beta-carotene, folic acid, potassium, vitamin C and dietary fiber. Also cantaloupe is one of the few fruits that have a high level of vitamin B complex --B1, B3, B5, and B6. Cantaloupe is an excellent fruit in helping to prevent many diseases. And cantaloupes are ripe and best to eat in the months of June - September. The benefit of cantaloupe; this tasty melon assist in the prevention of:

  • Cancer
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Anxiety and nervousness
  • Insomnia
  • Infections
  • Cataract
  • High blood pressure

Fruit Benefits
Fruit Benefits

Fruit Smoothie Recipe High in B Vitamins

  • Vitamin B1 is found in watermelons
  • Vitamin B2, kiwifruit
  • Vitamin B3, peaches, bananas, cantaloupe
  • Vitamin B5, oranges, bananas
  • Vitamin B9, blackberries, strawberries

Very delicious desserts can be made with many fruits. Desserts such as fruit smoothies can be made with 2 or more fruits. Here's a recipe for a fruit smoothie mixed in a blender:

  1. 2 bananas, 1 peach, 1 apple
  2. 4 ounces of 100% Orange juice
  3. 2 tablespoons of Oats
  4. 2 - 4 ice cubes

Now you have a fruit smoothie as part of your fruit health. (optional) To make a milk shake, mix in --1 cup of Dryer's Ice Cream (vanilla) with a spoon -- added to your fruit smoothie.

Eating fruit can be nutritious, fun, and tasty. Many desserts can be made with fruit, like: apple pie, lemon meringue pie, peach cobbler, banana pudding, and other tasty desserts. Another way to keep fruit in your regular diet is to keep a couple of diced fruit in a bowl, daily; sit the fruit bowl next to your computer while your online. Or you can chill the fruit bowl in your fridge, until you are ready for you're tasty dessert.

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