Apples: A good example of a complete healthy fruit is the apple. It helps in digestion, strengthens bones, provides relief from asthma, lowers blood cholesterol, prevents cancer and helps in reducing weight.
Pears: Another beneficial fruit is the pear, which is a good source of fiber, Vitamin C, Vitamin B2, Vitamin E, Copper and Potassium. Pears are an excellent source of pectin and fiber that effectively controls cholesterol levels. Pear is usually prescribed for infants as it is believed to be a hypoallergenic fruit that is completely safe for young children to ingest.
Grapes: Grapes are also a common fruit that can be easily included in your regular diet. Grapes alleviate indigestion, constipation, fatigue, kidney disorders and eye problems. They are rich in several vitamins and minerals like calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and selenium.
Berries: Blueberries, cherries, and blackberries prevent cancer and keep your heart protected. If you include cherries or cherry juice in your diet, you can eliminate the associated pain from arthritis, gout and joint inflammation. Berries have the capability of curing arthritis naturally. Blueberries with high silicon content aid in the functioning of the pancreas and is good for diabetic conditions. Blackberries can naturally control diarrhea and form new blood cells, but can also have the adverse reaction of promoting constipation. If you mix blackberries with cherries or prune juice, they will not eliminate that constipation.
Mangoes and Papayas: Mangoes and papayas are rich in beta carotene. Papayas act as powerful antioxidants with an abundance of vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin D and vitamin A that all aid in the oxidation of LDL cholesterol. This prevents the formation of dangerous plaque that can result in atherosclerosis, heart attacks, or strokes. You get good amounts of vitamin C from papayas, oranges, guavas and Indian gooseberries.
Tomatoes: You might be surprised to know that tomatoes are actually fruits and not vegetables, although we typically consider them to be vegetables. Tomatoes have a high vitamin content and they are an excellent blood cleanser.
Citrus Fruits: Fruits rich in Vitamin C like oranges, limes, lemons, and grapefruits are excellent for your overall health. Oranges are consumed widely for healthy skin, teeth, gums, and to keep the lymphatic system healthy. Lemon, the bitter yellow fruit, has been used for vision issues for thousands of, and it also treats disorders ranging from common colds to epilepsy. Lemon juice helps people lose weight as well. Grapefruit lowers cholesterol and has antioxidant properties. Limes help prevent disorders like scurvy, piles, and gout, as well as respiratory and urinary disorders
Dry fruits: Dry fruits like apricot, dates and raisins are extremely beneficial for your health. Apart from being excellent laxatives, apricots are a great natural remedy for anemic conditions. Raisins effectively treat anemia, acidosis, fever, and sexual weakness. It helps you to gain weight, promotes eye, teeth and bone health. Dates have abundant fiber that helps to prevent constipation.
By: Umaru Maryam Hadejia