So, it s not the season of mangoes. It s upsetting, but winter also brings along a bagful of fruity delights. The winter fruits are not only savory rich, but also full of antioxidants and vitamins that help keep the skin glowing and smooth as well as promote good health. Here is a list of 10 best fruits to fill up on this season.
Tangy and savory, oranges are citrus fruits that provide a good amount of vitamin C to the body. Oranges help the body to fight free radicals and maintain excellent health. From the family, blood oranges are also a good fruit. Dark red in color, they are a rich source of vitamin C, vitamin A and calcium.
Another citrus fruit loaded with vitamin C and fiber. Mandarins are juicy and taste sour and sweet at the same time. They are beneficial for the overall health as they boost the immunity. Another plus about mandarins are that they will make you feel fuller for a while, facilitating the weight control program.
One of the fruits that are available all the year round, kiwifruits have a sweet taste plus a good deal of fiber, antioxidants and vitamins. Surprisingly, kiwis have more vitamin C than oranges and they contain as much potassium as bananas which make them an essential fruit to eat throughout the year.
Mouthwatering, exquisitely tangy and packed with vitamin C, grapes are low in calories and high in fiber and folate. Grapes have enzymes that help in burn body fat. Other than grapes, red grapes also come with a bucketful of health benefits. They contain potassium, folate, calcium, iron, vitamins A, C and B6 along with many antioxidants.
The toothsome of all, pineapples are full of vitamin C and fiber both of which help in weight loss and immune system strengthening. Pineapples are also a good source of manganese which is quite helpful in the formation of bones.
Pomegranates should be consumed in all seasons – they are packed with more antioxidants than green tea and even berries. Furthermore, they are a rich source of potassium, iron and vitamin C. If you have one pomegranate a day for about two weeks, you will have a radiant-than-ever-before skin, a stronger liver and plenty of energy.
The sweet creamy fruit has Vitamins C and B6, calcium, potassium. Fiber and loads more. Bananas have great health benefits – they regulate blood pressure, reduce chances of muscle cramps, boost cardiovascular health, moderate sugar levels and even elevate the mood.
Tremendously rich in vitamin A and C, passion fruits enable body to fight the free radicals and provide protection from a number of diseases. Since it has a strong flavor, one should consume it in small amounts.
They aren t as delicious as other fruits, but pears boost the immune system which is specifically required during winters because our body becomes more vulnerable to coughs and colds and flu. The good things about pears are that a single fruit makes your stomach feel fuller for long and it s great in keeping skin allergies at bay.
Persimmons (Japani Fal)
Famously known as the Japani fal in India, persimmons are an excellent source of vitamin A. in northern parts of the country, this fruit is used as an herbal remedy for various ailments including diarrhea, asthma, lung infections and others.