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Fruits that are colorful are beneficial too

Updated on April 9, 2018

Colorful fruits like papaya, watermelon and grapes are not only glamorous but equally good for our health

Imagine yourself getting back home from the sun and you find a fruit bowl full of sweet crunchy watermelon cubes, juicy papaya and grapes....wont you feel rejoiced??These are popular fruits among people around the globe of every age group. They are capable of tantalizing our taste buds and are not only juicy,crunchy and refreshing, but also has a great deal of health benefits. Though summer special fruits are primarily meant for hydrating our body but they provide a great deal of nutrition with every delicious bite.However does not falls in the summer catagory and now a days infact all three of them are almost available throughout the year ( thanks to hybrid technology and biotechnology) but still taste best in summer. They are good source of vitamin A, vitamin C and minerals like Potassium and magnesium. Might be the weather catalyzes our craving for those fruits!!

All these fruits are good source of vitamin A, vitamin C and minerals like Potassium and magnesium.In addition to those, grapes have some additional vitamin and minerals as its constituents i.e, B6, folic acid,calcium,phosphorus,selenium and iron. Since they are rich in Vitamin A, they are very good for maintaining good eye sight and glowing skin. They are applied as a ingredients in beauty therapy centres for skin cooling, correction and enhancement of skin glow. They are also used widely in herbal skin products.

Watermelons are rich source of anti-oxidant lycopene which plays important role in neutralizing the harmful free radicals and helps in rejuvenation. Anti-oxidants are capable of curing several cancers and harmful diseases like heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis and etc.

Grapes consists of flavonoid as there anti-oxidant and also helps in dealing with free radicals. It also helps in curing cancers and diseases like heart disease, migraine, asthma and etc.

Papaya contains anti-oxidant carotene and flavonoids and is extremely good for correcting problems related to irregular menstrual cycle, digestion problem, blood pressure and regular consumption of papaya helps in boosting immunity.

So a cup full of both these fruits is more beneficial and filling and should replace regular dietary supplement of those vitamins. They are capable of taking you close to nature and add some fun to your monotonous eating habit with there colorful appeal whether in snacks or desserts. And because of their color, children especially loves to indulge in them.........

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    • RTalloni profile image

      RTalloni 

      6 years ago from the short journey

      I'm even happier now that we have enjoyed a ripe, red watermelon this week!

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      JR Krishna 

      6 years ago from India

      I like watermelons

      Good to know that they are rich in antioxidants

      Thanks for sharing

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