Apples are an excellent source of fiber, particularly pectin, a soluble fiber that's particularly helpful for your gut and heart.
Its brilliant golden color brightens any fruit dish. One cup of mango includes 2.6 grams of fiber, 67% of your DV for vitamin C, and 60% for vitamin A.
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Cherries are a delicious and nutritious fruit packed with health-promoting nutrients, including antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds.
Strawberries are nutritious and adaptable. Despite their sweetness, they're great for diabetics and low-carbers.
"Once you pop, you just can't stop" should have been about these blue beauties. Blueberries are wonderful, but they're also nutritious.
Prune if fresh fruit is scarce. Prunes, dried plums, are great for snacking, smoothies, and salads.
Packaged fruits are the most handy. Bananas are the perfect fruit for on-the-go energy, despite their sugary reputation.
Avocados aren't sweet but should be eaten. Avocados provide healthful fats and fiber, unlike most fruits, which are heavy in natural sugars.