"Fruit is definitely on the maintenance diet. It's on the lifestyle diet."

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Fruits that boosts your immune power

The bioactive compounds like phytonutrients, antioxidants, fibers, oils and acids present in fruits and vegetables are used by the body to fight inflammation and contagions and support detoxification and immune cell function by whole host of mechanisms, many of which have yet to be fully implicit. Having said that, it is the aforementioned compounds that are also responsible for the flavors, color, health healing and immune-modulating properties.

Sweet potatoes:Rich in complex carbohydrates, dietary fiber and beta-carotene, Sweet Potatoes has great source of immunity-boosting properties that will help you fight against diseases.

Acai berries:high in antioxidants called anthocyanins; in general, berries are packed with Vitamins C and E which are a great source of nutritional powerhouse. Berries with yoghurt are a great immunity boosting food.

Carrots:Helping you ward off seasonal colds and flu, it is full of beta-carotene just like sweet potatoes. Consuming it raw is even better than having it in a juice form.

Kiwi:Vitamin E, a key nutrient for your immune system, kiwis is rich in. It protects your body from viral and bacterial infections.

With that said, it is not just about throwing in the Grocery Basket; it's about taking it uninterruptedly. A regular consumption of fruits and vegetables can help boost up your immune system while helping you stay active. Enliven your senses and boost up your stamina with the right fruit nutrition. Not just that, it also keeps you hale and healthy even during your 80's.

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Special fruits for this week



Cantaloupe are served as fresh fruit or as salads or as a dessert with ice cream (Read more)



kiwifruit will be fairly large and plump with thin "fuzzy" brown skin   (Read more)



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