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Low in calories and fats, this little fruit contains all kinds of phytonutrients, flavonoids, and antioxidants, such as catechins (known to have antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties, and for protecting small blood vessels from bleeding) as well as gallocatechins and betulinic acid, a tumor inhibitor. Other powerful antioxidants found in persimmons include beta-carotene, lycopene, lutein, and cryptoxanthin. The zeaxanthin content absorbs into the eyes and helps filter light.
Kaki Rojo Brillante
The greatest nutritional appeal of the orange is its vitamin C content, comprising 165 percent of the recommended daily value in a one-cup serving. This is important for fighting off germs that cause colds and flu, and even builds your resistance to infection. With the "C" come powerful antioxidants that scavenge free radicals in the blood. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure.
Oranges - Navelina
Paraguayo - a variety of the peach - is the result of a mutation originated in China, and came to the Mediterranean from China through Persia. Its cultivation has been taking place for centuries.
Paraguayo offers similar nutritional values to the peach, is rich in water, provides fiber, vitamin A and vitamin C, in addition to minerals, highlighting potassium, followed by phosphorus and iodine. It is free of fats, saturated fats and cholesterol.
Pears are a mild, sweet fruit with a fibrous center. They are rich in important antioxidants, flavonoids, and dietary fiber and pack all of these nutrients in a fat-free, cholesterol-free, 100-calorie package.
Consuming pears may help with weight loss and reduce the risk of developing cancer, hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease if eaten as part of an overall healthy diet.
Apples are loaded with vitamin C, especially in the skins, which are also full of fiber, Flores said. Apples contain insoluble fiber, which is the type of fiber that doesn't absorb water. It provides bulk in the intestinal tract and helps food move quickly through the digestive system
In fresh apricots, the highest level of vitamins is provided by vitamin A – 13% of the daily value in one fruit. This includes several beneficial carotenes, which release powerful antioxidants essential for maintaining your optimal vision, healthy skin and mucous membranes, and for protection against lung and mouth cancers.
Apricots also are a good source of vitamin C, known to ward off vision problems, promote healthy skin and mucous membranes, protect against lung and mouth cancers.
Plums are low-calorie fruits with a low glycaemic index score. So even though they are sweet, eating plums isn't likely to cause unhealthy spikes in your blood sugar levels. They contain useful amounts of vitamin C, which fortifies the body's defences against infection and increases the amount of energy-giving iron that we absorb from food.
The phenolic compounds in plums, such as procyanidin, neochlorogenic acid and quercetin, seem to reduce inflammation and help neutralise oxygen damage to cells. In studies, red plums have been found to have a higher phenolic content than their yellow and green equivalents.
This page shows our most readily available fruits. We export a large variety of other fruits which might not be appear on this page. Contact us and let us know what you are looking for!