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Fruit power - II

Oranges, melons, grapes and papayas.  Now you have added reasons for devouring these fruits.

Orange

One of the world's favourite fruits, and America's number one flavour, the humble orange is loaded with Vitamin C, bioflavniods, potassium as well as calcium. This citrus fruit helps to keep the blood capillaries strong and healthy and can actually speed up the healing process in the body.
Vitamin C is found in the white fibrous layer, directly under the peel. Orange juice is a great favourite in the tropics and is even used to enhance the flavour of certain recipes. But do avoid it if you are prone to canker sores, as they can cause flare-ups. 
 

Papaya

Papaya is a deliciously soft tropical fruit that has long been used to relieve flatulence and aid digestion. It is also used as a beauty treatment to lift dead flaky skin. 

It has high content of Vitamin A and C, as well as magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and organic sulphur. It also contains papain, which is a natural enzyme, known to break down complex proteins into simple molecules. Pregnant women as well as those taking anti-depressant or anti-hypertensive drugs should avoid this fruit. 
 

Melon

Melons are one of the most popular summertime thirst-quenchers. They come in many varieties ---- the watermelon, the yellow melon, the Persian, the Cantaloupe and the Honeydew. Melon contains Vitamin C and high potassium content, with traces of Vitamin B complex. 
One should avoid eating melon juice after a heavy meal. The juice can disturb the digestive system after it interferes with the consumed food. Therefore always have a glass of melon juice on an empty stomach. 
 

Grapes

Queen Cleopatra of Egypt, who was very conscious of her beauty and figure, made the humble grape quite famous. The fruit is indeed very rich in vitamins like A, C and B. It is also full of minerals like phosphorus. Due to its natural sugars like dextrose and fructose, grapes are an important part of slimming diets. They fill the stomach and suppress the appetite. About 8 per cent of grape juice is made up of plant proteins. Therefore, it helps to flush out toxins and waste materials from the kidneys. 
 

Grapefruit

Like other citrus fruits, the grapefruit too is loaded with the goodness of Vitamin C and lesser amounts of B, E and K complex. It also has a good amount of minerals like phosphorus, potassium and calcium. 
So if you drink this juice along with iron-rich foods, the Vitamin C from this fruit will aid in the absorption of iron. It will help in prevention of colds, strengthening of capillary walls and general healing process of the body. But the high pectin content of grapefruit juice interferes with the absorption of dietary fat, so people with weak digestive systems should try to avoid it. 

Also read:  Fruit Power - I

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pragyagarg.3 years ago
this is a very informative article please give info on vegetables also
 
 
 
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naidooo.3 years ago
very good information , and i am taking this information and iam going to inform my friends about this.
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Gayathri.3 years ago
what fruits to be taken to built our resistance power?
 
 
 
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lily.3 years ago
what about jackfruit?
 
 
 
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rairai.3 years ago
wow. thanks for writing this article. so informative and beneficial.
 
 
 
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yukta.3 years ago
your article is too good. i inspired by this.
 
 
 
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Beck.3 years ago
very helpful.
 
 
 
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Robin.3 years ago
i france is cool
 
 
 
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jyoti.3 years ago
good information
try to put photographs of the fruit in front of it's name heading.
 
 
 
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aaryan.3 years ago
the article is good, but not covering many other fruits
 
 
 
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