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Super Fruits You Should Add Into Your Diet Today


Cherries are low in calories. Cherries are full of vitamins C, A, and K. Cherries are also a good source of fiber, which helps keep your digestive system.


Blackberries boost brain health and are packed with vitamin C, K, and fiber. Blackberries also support oral health.


Pomegranates improve memory, reduce blood pressure and combat heart disease. Looking to hydrate your skin? Pomegranates are known to serve as a moisturizer due to the high source of vitamin C.


The “King of Fruits,” mangoes, containing Vitamin A, fight oral cavities, promotes healthy heart and skin.

Goji Berries

Goji berries are known to protect the eyes from eye diseases and damage from UV lights. Also, Goji berries protect against cancer and provide immune support. Goji berries also improves anxiety and depression. A group given the goji berry juice reported improved energy, ability to focus, enhanced athletic performance, mental acuity, and feelings of calmness and contentment by day 15.


Watermelon is 92% water, making it a delicious way to rehydrate. Watermelon contains antioxidants which can remove free radicals from the body. These can develop through smoking, air pollution, stress,and other environmental pressures. Watermelon improves the brain and nervous system including memory, muscle movement, and early brain development.


Raspberries are packed with fiber and Vitamin C. Raspberries are said to prevent known and common diseases such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Raspberries aid in weight loss and reduces inflammation.


Tomatoes contain fiber, vitamin K, C and potassium. Tomatoes have lycopene which is known to promote skin health.

Açaí Berries

Thanks to their high antioxidant content, acai berries have many potential health benefits. They’re loaded with powerful plant compounds that act as antioxidants and have benefits for your brain, heart and overall health. They also deliver healthy fats and fiber, making them a healthy food.


Apples are high in fiber and are linked to lowering the risk of diabetes. Apples promote good gut health and can be good for weight loss. Apples also are good for your heart and fight asthma.


Cantaloupe has 100% value for Vitamin C. Cantaloupe also promotes eye, skin, and bone and your immune system. Cantaloupe is high in Zinc, Calcium, and Iron.

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