FRUIT CONSUMPTION BENEFITS
Fruits has many advantages for children. People who eat more fruits are likely to have a reduced risk of some chronic diseases providing vital nutrients for health and maintenance of your body. Most fruits are naturally low in fat, sodium, calories and don’t have cholesterol. Adding fruit can help increase intake of fiber and potassium which are important nutrients and the best of all: you can find them all the year.
PINEAPPLE CONSUMPTION BENEFITS
This popular (and tropical) fruit has many benefits for your health. Is packed with nutrients, antioxidants and other helpful compounds, such as enzymes that can fight inflammation and disease. The pineapple ir rich in vitamins , like C (12 mg/100 g), A, B1 and folic acid. Also, this fruit and its compounds aids digestion, boost immunity and speeding up recovery from surgery.
STRAWBERRY CONSUMPTION BENEFITS
The silhouette of the strawberry is the first clue that this fruit is good for you. Your vitamins, fiber, and particularly high levels of antioxidants known as polyphenols, are a sodium-free, fat-free, cholesterol-free, low-calorie food. This little fuits protects your heart, increase HDL (good) cholesterol, lower your blood pressure, and guard against cancer.
KIWI CONSUMPTION BENEFITS
With only 50 calories for 100 grams, the kiwi offers many and varied nutrients. Kiwis are a good source of vitamin C, antioxidants, and fiber which helps to remove free radicals (unstable molecules that the body produces during metabolism and other processes) from the body.
One kiwi contains about 215 mg of potassium, or nearly 5% of an adult’s daily requirement. Also, is rich in folic acid.
WATERMELON CONSUMPTION BENEFITS
Watermelon contains only 46 calories per cup but is high in vitamin C, A and provides many healthy plant compounds. This fruit is around 92 percent of water which makes it useful for staying hydrated in the summer. Also, recent studies found that watermelon reduces blood pressure in and around the ankles of middle-aged people with obesity and early hypertension.