Apples, oranges, and bananas. The most commonly eaten fruits. All have their unique nutritional values; apples are high in fiber, oranges packed with vitamin C and bananas are a great source of potassium. They’re also all incredibly tasty. Despite the nutritional value and undeniably good flavor, many people won’t venture beyond these three to find other fruits they may enjoy and experience health benefits from. So we’re here to challenge you. We would like you to try some new fruit, and we have some ideas below! Please note: you should take an allergy test before adding any new foods to your diet.
These are no ordinary food. No, blueberries have a special designation. They’re a SUPERFOOD. They have been called so due to their high antioxidant content, which has been shown to help combat aging and diseases such as Alzheimer’s and diabetes. Blueberries go great in cereal or yogurt and are a tasty way to up your daily fruit intake.
If you’re a fan of sweet flavor, do we have the fruit for you? Mangoes are incredibly tasty; they’re a common ingredient in tropical fruit drinks and tend to be the overwhelming flavor in them. Mangoes are an excellent source of vitamin C and also have potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
This little red fruit has a bittersweet flavor and is often enjoyed as a juice drink. They are incredibly nutrient-rich, helping you get your daily intake of vitamin C, manganese, vitamin E, vitamin K1, and copper. They’re also rich in antioxidants.
Pomegranates are an unusual fruit in that you only need to consume the seeds. They’re deep red, semi-transparent little seeds that pop with flavor when you bite into them. They are one of the healthiest fruits you can eat, providing a rich source of antioxidants, vitamin C, vitamin K, folates, and potassium. Pomegranate can also be enjoyed as a fruit juice, but this does lose the fiber.
Sliced, mashed, diced even smashed. Avocado can be served in any number of ways and is rapidly becoming one of the most popular fruits due to its low-carb, high-fat content. Avocado also provides potassium, fiber, and magnesium, making it one of the most nutritionally dense foods you can add to your diet today.
Before adding any new foods to your diet, you should take an allergy test to make sure you won’t have an adverse reaction. An allergy test will help you identify the foods that are problematic to you and could expose you to any number of reactions. You can find an allergy test to suit your budget here.