Strawberries; are rich in antioxidants that strengthen the body’s defenses against aging and disease, a lot of Vitamin C, Iron, and fibers. The nutritional content of strawberries helps against such as heart disease and cancer. It’s also known to improve brain function and reduce the risk of depression. It has also been said that they contain more Vitamin C than oranges.

Melon; they’re high in essential vitamins and minerals, and contain almost no fat or saturated fat. One of the main antioxidants that melons have is Vitamin C, that takes care of the growth and maintenance of all tissues in your body. Plus, it speeds up wound healing and repair of cartilage, bones, and teeth. There’s also a high level of Vitamin A that is crucial for beautifully healthy looking skin, bones, and improves vision.

Banana; packed with vitamins and minerals such as potassium, magnesium, calcium, zinc, iron, copper and vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, Vitamin C & E. Bananas are good for your heart – they’re very rich in potassium but low in sodium which promotes healthy heart and reduces the risk of atherosclerosis and stroke. Strong bones as well, protects against kidney disease and cancer, and can help when you’re suffering a hangover and much more. Potassium may also lower blood pressure and reduce the impact of high-sodium foods.

Kiwi; kiwis has been known to be one of the fruits that provide the most vitamins and minerals. An insanely high dose of Vitamin C, potassium, and magnesium. And the little seeds in the center of the fruit consists mainly of alpha-linolenic acid, a special omega-3 fatty acid which protects against heart disease.

Oranges; very rich in citrus limonoids that protect against cancer, helps to prevent kidney diseases, lower cholesterol and boosts your heart health.

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Apple; Protects the brain against several diseases, prevents Alzheimer, and fight the effects of aging on the brain. Decreases risk of diabetes, prevents gallstones, detoxifies your liver, and controls your weight.

Lemon; A powerful antioxidant – filled with vitamin C.

Pineapple; Improves fertility, the enzyme found in pineapples can reduce swelling, inflammation, and helps the body to heal faster if sick. Wonder for the skin as it reduces wrinkles, and improves skin texture.

Spinach; Packed with Vitamin A, B2,B6,B9,C,E & Also loads of potassium,
calcium, magnesium & iron. It is also considered good for stomach ulcer. Spinach also contains Coenzyme Q-10, copper and other beneficial substances. B vitamins are the essentials to feeling energized and fueled throughout the day. And, vitamin E is a massive boost for your immune system and repairs damaged skin.

Note, that consumed in excess may cause tooth decay due its high level of sugar that fruits have, and the acid content in especially oranges can wear away enamel. All in moderation, folks!