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3 Top Fruits Nutritionists Love

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3 Top Fruits Nutritionists Love3 Top Fruits Nutritionists Love

Everyone is now health-conscious. Nutritionists are often asked which would be the best diet to follow to keep one’s health in good form. Aside from choice vegetables, here are the top 3 fruits nutrition experts say that you should always have in your kitchen.

 

  1. Avocado– The avocado is high in momounsaturated fats. This can help protect your heart from bad cholesterol. Eating avocados should be regulated so you won’t get too much fats in your system. It is often eaten together with milk and brown sugar to enhance the subtle taste of the “alligator pear”.
  2. Mango- The mango grows in tropical areas and is high in iron and phenols. Mangoes are a great source of carbohydrates and has antioxidant and anti-cancer qualities. Mangoes are best eaten as is. Just peel off the skin and dive in for its juicy and nutritious flesh.
  3. Berries– They are widely known as the best source for antioxidants. Rich in Vitamin C, fiber, beta-carotene, flavonoids, calcium, potassium, magnesium, lutein and folate, berries provide better vision and prevent bladder infections. They are known to prevent cancer and are easy to prepare.

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