Top 10 Fruits For Healthy Aging

You want to appear forever young and youthful? It is often a misconception that only women have the desire to appear gorgeous and glamorous throughout their life. Men also have similar desires deep in their heart. Though everyone has the desire to appear ever-beautiful, it is not possible to retain the beauty throughout different stages of life. If you want to appear youthful throughout, you need to ensure a good health. For that, you will not only have to practice healthy lifestyle, but also follow a healthy diet chart. Avoid oily and spicy food in your everyday course. Instead, include lots of green vegetables and fruits in your diet. Have fibrous fruits and fruits rich in antioxidants to ensure good health- even when you are old. Every fruit has some benefits. Yet, if you want to grow old in a healthy way, you can check out the list of top ten fruits for healthy aging.

 

1. Apple

An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Even if you have not heard this, you should take an apple everyday to provide your body enough fiber. If you eat an apple every day, you will not only be able to avoid constipation related problems, but will be able to lessen the risks of heart attacks.

 

2. Banana

Bananas are available throughout the year and can assure your body a stable supply of required fiber and potassium it needs. This fruit is also rich in carbohydrate and ensures high energy level. If you want to lead an active life, banana is for you.

 

3. Apricot

Orange colored fruit apricot can provide multiple advantages. It is rich in nutrients and will keep you healthy. If you want to ensure high supply of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Iron and Potassium, you should opt for apricot. This is a seasonal fruit in the North American countries and is found mostly between May to the month of August. However, nowadays these are imported from other countries to ensure availability round the year.

 

4. Blueberry

Blueberry is a seasonal fruit available mostly in the summer months of May to autumnal month of October. If you are searching for a fruit low in calorie, blueberries are for you. It will help you lose weight, check the risks of high blood pressure and promote the health for your brain.

 

5. Blackberry

Antioxidants are very important for healthy aging. The small fruit, blackberry, which is rich in antioxidants, can fulfill your need. This fruit also contains high amount of Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin C as well as Vitamin E. These small berries can lessen the risks of some fatal health issues like heart diseases and cancer.

 

6. Strawberry

Strawberry is popular for its taste. If you include this fruit in your everyday diet, you can be assured of phytonutrients, ellagic acid and Vitamin C in high amount. Rich in nutrients, this fruit can assure good health at even the age of seventy.

 

7. Grapefruit

One of the most common fruits, grape comes with multiple benefits. High cholesterol level and high blood pressure are some of the most common problems related to age. If you want to check the risks of these health issues, you should have grape. Adding grapefruit to your breakfast menu will also ensure proper digestion.

 

8. Kiwifruit

Vitamin C deficiency is a major problem for people these days. To provide a complete cure to this, you can include kiwifruit in your diet chart. Kiwifruit also has a good taste and can be included as an ingredient to your favorite fruit salad.

 

9. Mango

Phytochemicals are always known to be a dependable source for promoting good health. If you want to include sufficient phytochemicals in your diet, you can opt for mango. It is also rich in Vitamin C and beta carotene. Therefore, it can assure you multiple health benefits.

 

10. Muskmelon

The sweet fruit muskmelon can assure you the supply of beta carotene, potassium, folate as well as citric acid. It is also reach in Vitamin A, Vitamin B and Vitamin C. It is generally available from the month of April to July: this is a seasonal fruit.

I would like to dedicate this article to my 3 friends whose lives have changed within the last few years with the deaths of their mothers. May we not forget those who have died too soon. May their memories live on with their children, grandchildren, and even great-grandchildren. In loving memory of Evguenia Rudman, Larisa Olhovsky, and Sima Stoler.

 

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