Bananas:

the banana plant is not a tree, but a very large herb plant!   Bananas provide iron which is essential for the production of hemoglobin, myoglobin and many enzymes essential for the formation of red blood cells. bananas also contain ample amounts of copper (to prevent graying hair), chromium, fluoride, manganese, selenium (to prevent pigmentation) and zinc. It’s really an amazing fruit!

Coconut:

Fatty acids found in coconut oil helps to moisturize your skin from the inside-out, thus it is an effective treatment for burns, eczema, dandruff, dermatitis and other skin problems. 50% of the fatty acids found in coconut oil is lauric acid. Lauric acid is known to be effective in killing harmful bacteria, fungi, viruses and other pathogens, making it useful for preventing infections.

Strawberries:

Strawberries are packed with a variety of antioxidants, including the flavonoid anthocyanidins (which gives the fruit its characteristic red color), vitamins C, E and beta-carotene.

They are also rich in dietary fiber, flavonoids, potassium, folate, vitamins of the B complex (B2, B5, B6), biotin, manganese, iodine and zinc. Strawberries are very low in protein, sugar and calories, and virtually devoid of fat and cholesterol.

Blueberry:

a unique compound that is able to cleanse E.coli bacteria from clinging to the cells lining the urinary tract, making it an effective potion to stop recurring bladder infections. The ellagic acid in blueberries is an anti-cancer property that can help retard the growth of tumor and cancerous cells.

 

 

Peaches:

are beneficial for cleansing and detoxifying the body and they assist in flushing out harmful toxins from the liver and kidneys. An investigative study has proven that peach extracts possess hepato-protectant elements and are valuable in treating the condition of hepato-toxicity caused as a result of prolonged therapy for various diseases like migraine, tuberculosis, and diabetes. Peaches are widely used in eastern cultures in the manufacturing of herbal detoxification products such as detox teas.

Watermelon:

is basically very cleansing, alkalizing, diuretic and mineralizing. It is very effective in promoting intestinal elimination, keeping the body free from toxic wastes. Its juice is easily digestible and are completely absorbed for all its minerals, providing much needed nutrients to the body. The alkalizing effect maintains the acid-alkaline balance in the body, neutralizing the toxic condition of the body resulting from excessive intake of acid-forming foods. Drawing from the rich antioxidant and beta-carotene, the health effects of watermelon juice are immense.

Pears:

are excellent source of water-soluble fiber. They contain vitamins A, B1, B2, C, E, folate and niacin. It is also rich in copper, phosphorus and potassium, with lesser amounts of calcium, chlorine, iron, magnesium, sodium and sulfur.  Some variety have more iron content than others. This can be seen when a cut pear turns brown. If it doesn’t turn brown, it means that the iron content is very low or non-existent.

Apples:

are known for its excellent source of pectin and fibers. They are high in vitamin A and C and a good source of potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus. Most of an apple’s nutrients are stored on the skin or just under the skin. There are the phytonutrients: ellagic acid, malic acid, chlorogenic acid, and quercetin. There are many more phytonutrients in an apple, some yet to be discovered and named. These compounds are high in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.

Grapes:

contain large amounts of tartaric and malic acids. Also present in grapes are other acids like succinic, fumaric, glyceric, p-coumaric and caffeic, each functioning quietly with its own wonderful healing properties. Grape skins are loaded with beta-carotene and lycopene, and other phytonutrients like ellagic acid, resveratrol and sulfur compounds. Grape seeds have highly protective flavonol anti-oxidants that scavenge free radicals and promote the growth and repair of tissues.

Pineapple:

is loaded with vitamin C, B1 and smaller amounts of B2, B3, B5 and B6. It is also an excellent source of manganese, copper, magnesium, potassium, beta-carotene, folic acid, and dietary fiber. Perhaps, the most outstanding feature of pineapple is its amount of bromelain content. Bromelain is an enzyme that has many uses for our body. Bromelain in pineapple has the special ability to help our body balance and neutralize fluids so that it’s neither too alkaline nor too acidic. It also stimulates hormonal secretions in the pancreas that aids digestion.

Kiwi:

The rich vitamin C, an anti-oxidant, protects sperms from genetic damage that may cause a birth defect. When a couple are trying for a baby, both should prepare their overall health by increasing on this rich vitamin to increase their chances of conception and later a healthy baby.