Never say no to fruit.
The fruit is rich in vitamins,
antioxidants, minerals and fiber and have a low calorie and cholesterol.
One advantage is that they
require more preparation process which may take peeling. The lack of time or simply
laziness may justify recourse to some elaborate meals like fast food and frozen.
But taking some fruit at any time
of day is as easy as beneficial.
The fruits provide the body with
a significant amount of minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, iron, plus
vitamins and carbohydrates. They are also antioxidants: help
keep our skin healthy and prevent wrinkles, and the significant amount of water
they contain contributes to the hydration of our bodies. Although rich in sugars, the
caloric intake is low, and the fat.
An orange can meet the daily
requirement of vitamin C. The C and A are the most abundant
in fruits. Those that are vitamin A are
apricot, melon and peach. Those with more vitamin C are the
aforementioned orange, strawberry, kiwi and grapefruit. Also, many vegetables contain
vitamin C, but lost in the cooking part. Therefore it is important to eat
raw fruits and vegetables, to realize all their nutrients.
that's not all. More than one study has linked
the consumption of fruits to the low incidence of disease. And is that the fibers inside the
fruit stimulates the liver and kidney function, and helps improve intestinal
laziness. In addition, the acids they
contain are vital to digestive function and for proper nutrition. And if that were not enough, many
fruits, like plums, have laxative properties.
If it's main purpose is to lose
weight, we opt for apples, pears and peaches, and instead, say "no" to avocados,
bananas, coconuts or figs, for high levels of calories and sugars .