Fruits, the nutritional goodness!

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  • Fruit is a great source of nutrients, as shown by their vibrant colors! The phytochemicals in a plant is what gives a fruit its color, flavor, and aroma. Many of these plant-chemicals, such as those with antioxidant characteristics, carotenoid from orange-colored fruits, and anthocyanin from red, blue, and purple-colored fruits and vegetables, are thought to provide health benefits.

  • Let’s Check out some exclusively healthy fruits that can be consumed

  • Apples: In addition to being a prominent source of phytonutrients and antioxidants, apples also serve as a natural teeth-cleaning agent and leave a pleasant aftertaste in your mouth with each mouthful. Be aware that the apple’s flavor and perfume come from the skin’s fragrance cells. Keep the peel on for optimum flavor and additional fiber.

  • Bananas: One of the fruits with the highest potassium content. A medium-sized banana has 422 mg of potassium in it, which is roughly 10% of what an average adult needs. A crucial component for the health of muscles is potassium. Put the banana in a paper bag to expedite the ripening process.

  • Berries: Berries have the highest concentration of antioxidants of any fruit. These fruits’ antioxidant capabilities aid in the prevention of cell aging and the prevention of disease. Blueberries, cranberries, blackberries, raspberries, and strawberries are listed in order of antioxidant concentration.

  • Durians: Additionally, five Durian seeds supply 16% of our daily needs for dietary fiber, making it a rich source of this important nutrient. The fact that durians don’t contain any cholesterol may come as a surprise to you as cholesterol is exclusively present in some fruits.

Nethmi Rodrigo

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