Scientists concluded that two pieces of fruit a day is an ideal addition to a normal balanced diet to give your body the necessary vitamins and nutrients it needs. Most vitamins in fruits are: vitamin A, B, C and D.
So fruit is a kind of supplement between meals to give enough energy and vitality to our body. Yes you get more energy from eating fruits!
That's why we put the most important fruits in a list, each with their specific nutrients, vitamins and other healthful properties.
Benefits of eating fruits
- you live healthier
- less chance of excess fat
- less risk of diabetes
- you can think better because you give your brains a feast meal
- there are less toxins in your body
- you get more energy
- your senses will work better
- your body performs better
- you remain slim if you replace fatty snacks or sweets by a piece of fruit
Contains approximately 50 milligrams of vitamin C as well as fiber, carbohydrates and bio-active substances. Orange fruit has many benefits for our body. You can also make orange juice from it to drink it easy.
|Yellow Kiwi cut in half|
The kiwi fruit nutritional value, in percentage terms, includes the most vitamin C. A kiwi would correspond to 166% of our daily needs. A kiwi also contains potassium, cholesterol-lowering pectin, amino acids, beta carotene, folate, magnesium, copper, zinc, phosphorus, carbohydrates, protein, manganese, vitamin A and vitamin E. Two kiwis a day and you're good on your way to the give the right vitamins and other much needed nutrients to your body.
Contains several vitamins and minerals. Per 100 grams, there is approximately 88 mg of potassium, 8.7 grams of vitamin C, tryptophan, magnesium and selenium. A banana includes many carbohydrates. At the beginning of the growth converts the banana into sugar at the last of the growth is it just vice versa. Bananas provide mainly energy to our body.
|An apple a day keeps the doctor away|
Contains vitamin C, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12, A, E and K. Apart from the vitamins contents an apple also: calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, copper, sodium and zinc. Just, like the saying 'An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away', is this a very healthy fruit full of different vitamins. And that's a fact.
Contains potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, vitamin C, carotene (found in carrots), vitamin B1 and B2.
A lemon contains about 53 mg of vitamin C and gives an energy value of 121 kJ. A citrus in turn could gave a good affect to lose weight. Please note that too much citric acid may cause heartburn, so eating lemon moderated, don't eat a whole pure lemon at once. 1 / 2 squeezed lemon to lemon juice per day, mixed with water, is already sufficient.
Source: Wikipedia NL, it's a translation of the Dutch article on this website: Uit welk fruit haal je de meeste voedingswaarde en vitamines? De voedingsstoffen en vitamines in fruit.