You've heard of Superfoods, but…Superfruits? Not every fruit qualifies. Those deemed "super" by nutrition scientists are packed with antioxidants, fiber, vitamins and minerals, and other nutrients that can help you live longer, look better, and
even prevent disease.
Why do we need fruits?
Fruits are significant objects because they are the cornerstone to any nutritious lifestyle.
Fruits are important objects as they give us essential micronutrients (vitamins and nutrients) which keep our bodies operating at a suitable and healthy level.
Without fruits our bodies can acquire chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity, as well numerous micronutrient deficiencies such as scurvy and rickets.
Thus, with the evident importance of micronutrients, we dedicate this website to fruits, the lifeblood of the human body.
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Originally from central Asia
Grow in various shades of colour (green, pink, and red)
Only 95 calories in a medium-sized apple
High in fiber, vitamin C and various antioxidants
Orginally from México
Rich in monounsaturated fats, the avocado has a smooth and creamy texture
68 grams contains 109 calories
Contains lots of fiber and are rich in vitamins and minerals, such as B-vitamins, vitamin K, potassium, copper, vitamin E and vitamin C
Originate in Southeast Asia, predominantly grown in warmer climates
Two types of bananas, either used for regurlar consumption or cooking. Come in various sizes and shades of yellow and green
100 gram banana holds 87 calories
Healthy source of fiber, potassium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, and various antioxidants and phytonutrients
Originally from North America
Blue in color, they have a pleasant, sweet taste
148 grams contains 84 calories
Benefit heart and brain health, excellent source of several vitamins, beneficial plant compounds and antioxidants, as well as help regulate blood sugar levels
Originally from France
Usually has pale green sweet and juicy flesh inside a hard rind
60 calories per half-cup
High water content and potassium levels make honeydew melon effective at maintaining healthy blood pressure levels.
True origin is a mystery, however, they are believed to originate in East Asia
Famously 'orange' in colour, they can either be sweet or bitter
47 calories per 100 grams
Oranges are a healthy source of fiber, vitamin C, thiamin, folate and antioxidants
Orginally from Europe
Bright red in color, have a juicy texture, a characteristic aroma, and a sweet flavor
150 grams contains less than 50 calories
Excellent source of vitamin C and manganese, and also contain decent amounts of folate (B9) and potassium
Originated from the Andes
Usually red when mature, however they can come in a variety of colors, and sizes, including yellow, orange, green and purple
Even though many people call it a vegetable, the tomato remains to be a fruit
100 gram tomato holds just 18 calories
Source of the antioxidant lycopene, which has been linked to many health benefits, including reduced risk of heart disease and cancer
Owner of collection
The person who owns all the fruits is one of the developers of this website. He is an avid fruit fan and loves to eat healthy, hence all the fruit. His favourite fruit is most definitely the banana. In his opinion, fruit is the ultimate healthy
snack! The goal for us is to share nutritional facts that would improve individual’s knowledge on fruits and the hearty goodness packed into them!