Fruits


Apples

Apples

Apples - Vitamins and Minerals and Serving suggestion. Press 'Read More'

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Banana

Banana

Banana Vitamins/Minerals and serving suggestions

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orange

orange

Orange - Vitamins/minerals and serving suggestions

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Peaches

Peaches

Peaches Vitamins and Minerals, and serving suggestions

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Cherry, 7 Impressive Health Benefits of Cherries

Cherry, 7 Impressive Health Benefits of Cherries

Cherries are small stone fruits that come in a variety of colors and flavors. There are two major categories — tart and sweet cherries, or Prunus cerasus L. and Prunus avium L., respectively. Their colors can vary from yellow to deep blackish-red. All varieties are highly nutritious and packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals. One cup (154 grams) of sweet, raw, pitted cherries provides: Calories: 97 Protein: 2 grams Carbs: 25 grams Fiber: 3 grams Vitamin C: 18% of the Daily Value (DV) Potassium: 10% of the DV Copper: 5% of the DV Manganese: 5% of the DV These nutrients, particularly fiber, vitamin C, and potassium, benefit health in many ways. Vitamin C is essential for 'Read More'

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Cocconut, 5 Impressive Benefits of Coconut

Cocconut, 5 Impressive Benefits of Coconut

Types of coconut products The raw white meat inside a coconut is referred to as the kernel. It has a firm texture and delicious, slightly sweet flavor (2). If you have a whole coconut, you can scrape the raw meat out of the shell and eat it. In its processed form, you’ll usually find it sliced, shaved, or grated (2, 3). Coconut milk and cream are made by pressing the raw, grated meat (2, 3). Dried coconut meat is usually grated or shaved and used in cooking or baking. It can be further processed and ground into flour.

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Apricots, 9 Health and Nutrition Benefits of Apricots

Apricots, 9 Health and Nutrition Benefits of Apricots

Both fresh and dried apricots make for a quick, delicious snack or an easy addition to your favorite meal. You can add them to your diet in a variety of ways, including: stirred into trail mix or granola eaten fresh as a snack sliced and added to yogurt or salad used in jams, preserves, and salsas stewed in a slow-cooker with meat, such as chicken or beef added to desserts like pies, cakes, and pastries As they’re sweet and tart, apricots can be used as a replacement for peaches or plums in most recipes. SUMMARY Both fresh and dried apricots are widely available. You can eat them on their own or add them to your favorite dishes, sides, or desserts. The bottom line Apricots are a delicious fruit packed with vitamins, fiber, and antioxidants. They have multiple benefits, including improved eye, skin, and gut health. Fresh or dried, apricots are easy to add to yogurt, salads, and main meals. If you’re used to eating peaches and plums, apricots can be a great way to change up your routine.

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Cranberry

Cranberry

Cranberries 101: Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits Nutrition Plant Compounds UTIs Other Benefits Side Effects Bottom Line Cranberries are a member of the heather family and related to blueberries, bilberries, and lingonberries. The most commonly grown species is the North American cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon), but other types are found in nature.Due to their very sharp and sour taste, cranberries are rarely eaten raw.In fact, they’re most often consumed as juice, which is normally sweetened and blended with other fruit juices.Other cranberry-based products include sauces, dried cranberriesanberry

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Date

Date

8 Proven Health Benefits of Dates Dates are the fruit of the date palm tree, which is grown in many tropical regions of the world. Dates have become quite popular in recent years.Almost all dates sold in Western countries are dried.You can tell whether or not dates are dried based on their appearance. A wrinkled skin indicates they are dried, whereas a smooth skin indicates freshness.Depending on the variety, fresh dates are fairly small in size and range in color from bright red to bright yellow. Medjool and Deglet Noor dates are the most commonly consumed varieties.Dates are chewy with a sweet flavor. They are also high in some important nutrients and have a variety of advantages and uses. This article will discuss 8 health benefits of eating dates and how to incorporate them into your diet. 1. Very Nutritious Dates have an excellent nutrition profile.Since they’re dried, their calorie content is higher than most fresh fruit. The calorie content of dates is similar to that of other dried fruits, such as raisins and figs (1).Most of the calories in dates come from carbs. The rest are from a very small amount of protein. Despite their calories, dates contain some important vitamins and minerals in addition to a significant amount of fiber.A 3.5-ounce (100-gram) serving provides the following nutrients (1): Calories: 277 Carbs: 75 grams Fiber: 7 grams Protein: 2 grams Potassium: 20% of the RDI Magnesium: 14% of the RDI Copper: 18% of the RDI Manganese: 15% of the RDI Iron: 5% of the RDI Vitamin B6: 12% of the RDI Dates are also high in antioxidants, which may contribute to many of their health benefits.. SUMMARY Dates contain several vitamins and minerals, in addition to fiber and antioxidants. However, they are high in calories since

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Dragon Fruit

Dragon Fruit

Dragon fruit

Elderberry

Elderberry

Elderberry

Grape

Grape

Grape