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8 Summer Fruit Picks for Beauty, Health and Wellness

 

It’s always best to choose fruit in season. They are usually less expensive and tastier. Eating organic fruit is much more beneficial for the most obvious reason- pesticides. Studies have shown, organic fruits have considerably more nutrients than fruit treated with chemicals.

Top 8 Summer Fruit Picks 

Grapes

Grapes are great because they contain resveratrol; an anti-inflammatory and oxidative stress reducer, which prevents premature aging of cells. Grapes also contain the hormone melatonin; a hormone produced in the pineal gland, that effectively promotes a restful sleep. As we age, our hormones decline and we don’t sleep as well as we did when we were younger. Sleep is #1 as you age. You must get proper sleep to make all of your anti-aging hormones. 

Honeydew melon

High potassium levels and water content make this fruit great for maintaining healthy blood pressure levels. They also contain vitamin C and copper which is awesome for your skin, as it assists with collagen production and tissue repair. It's also a mood booster; has vitamin B-6. Vitamin B-6 must be present for the formation of serotonin, our feel good hormone. Serotonin will also help to regulate sleep. 

Blueberries

Blueberries fight premature aging, 3 oz. contain more antioxidants than any other fruit. These powerful antioxidants protect skin against harmful free radicals that can damage the collagen that keeps your skin firm. They also improve circulation to help your skin glow. 

Watermelon

Watermelon is a good source of Glutathione; an antioxidant and important liver-cleanser… So, if you're planning on partying this summer and wake-up with a  hangover.... eat some watermelon; prevents toxic build-up in the liver. In addition, Watermelon has Vitamin C that helps your body make collagen. This helps to keep your skin supple and your hair strong. It also contains Vitamin A, which is important for healthy skin since it helps to repair skin cells.

Apricots

Full of beta-carotene, fiber, and a strong dietary source of catechins; these are effective anti-inflammatory phytonutrients. The powerful antioxidant Lycopene is one of the carotenoids found in apricots as well. Studies have found that additional consumption of lycopene and lycopene-rich foods can help reduce the risk of heart disease among women. Lycopene also helps prevent skin blemishes, texture changes, as well as fine lines and wrinkles.

Papaya

Papaya contains vitamin C, Vitamin E, and beta-carotene prompting proper function of a healthy immune system. Another benefit - papayas contain papain, an enzyme that helps digest proteins. 

Pears

Pears help flush the digestive system of toxins for the reason they are high in fiber and this helps to keep you feeling full longer and therefore has been shown to enhance weight loss. 

Cherries

A tasty pain reliever. These little powerhouses contain natural aspirin that helps detoxify inflammation-related substances in the body's tissues and joints. Rich in antioxidants, will fight visible signs of aging by helping to regenerate and rejuvenate skin.

Happy Summer!

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