Dietitians Recommend 10 Fruits Weekly


"Blueberries are nutrient-packed." "They contain anthocyanins, which are phytochemical flavonoids that give them a blue/purple color and act as antioxidants that kill free radicals."


Polyphenolic chemicals in apples lessen the risk of chronic diseases like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer.


Oranges are rich in vitamin C, but they also include potassium, iron, calcium, vitamin E, and many B vitamins.


Prunes are nutritious. Prune fiber bulks stool and eases toilet excursions, promoting digestion. Vitamin K in prunes creates blood-clotting and bone-building proteins and prevents bone loss.


Raspberries have the greatest fiber per cup, 8 grams, 32% of your Daily Value. Fiber controls weight, heart disease, diabetes, gut bacteria, and blood sugar.


According to the USDA, blackberries provide almost 8 grams of fiber per cup, like raspberries. Blackberries have more antioxidants, manganese, copper, vitamin A, E, and K. Blackberry anthocyanins.


Bananas are high in dietary fiber, which helps you feel full and manage your weight by holding food in your stomach longer.


Include tomatoes in your diet as we eat them in savory recipes. Vitamin A and lycopene, another antioxidant, are found in tomatoes.


Lycopene-rich watermelon contains 92% water. Watermelon's potassium relaxes tired muscles after workout. Watermelon lowers BP.


Avocados contain water-soluble vitamins like vitamin C, fat-soluble vitamins like E and K, and B vitamins that support the immune system and eyes.

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