10-Healthiest Fruits to Eat Daily

Apples are rich in fiber, especially pectin, a soluble fiber that benefits the gut and heart. Brittany DeLaurentis MPH, RD, CSO, LD, founder of Brittany Lynn Nutrition, claims apples are high in fiber, which lowers cholesterol.



The brilliant yellow color of this delicious and creamy tropical fruit brightens any fruit bowl. One cup of mango includes 2.6 grams of fiber, 67% of your vitamin C DV, and 60% of your vitamin A DV. "The gorgeous yellow color of mangos is thanks to carotenoids which is a plant compound that can be anti-inflammatory," he adds.



"Cherries are a delicious and nutritious fruit that's packed with health-promoting nutrients, including antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, which may offer numerous health benefits, such as reducing inflammation and oxidative stress," Maya Oueichek, MBA, RDN Whether you choose sweet or tart cherries, they'll fight inflammation. 



Strawberry portions are greater than most other fruits and are versatile and healthful. Despite their sweetness, they're great for diabetics and low-carb dieters.



"Once you pop, you just can't stop" should have described these blue beauties. Blueberries are sweet and healthful, so it's easy to eat a handful or two.



Try prunes if fresh fruit is scarce or unreliable. Dried plums, called prunes, contribute nutrients to salads, smoothies, and snacks. "Eating just five to six prunes provides three grams of fiber and a big boost for bone health," he says.



Nothing is more convenient than a prepackaged fruit. Bananas are the best portable energy source despite their sugar content. I love eating bananas pre-workout. One medium banana offers 27 grams of carbohydrates for a run or spin class and is easy to digest.



Although they're not sweet, avocados are a fruit you should eat. Healthy fats and fiber make avocado stand out among fruits with natural sugars. "One-third of an avocado has 100 calories, 9 grams of healthy fat, and a whopping four grams of fiber." Avocados are good for gut health because of their fiber, says Sauceda.



Few fruits have more fiber than raspberries. Raspberries include 64 calories and 8 grams of fiber per cup. Fiber-rich foods can help you lose weight, regulate your intestines, and decrease your cholesterol. A cup of raspberries in your morning yogurt provides 21% of a man's fiber and 32% for a woman. Fiber's not the only reason raspberries are a good fruit.



A huge juicy watermelon is perfect for a summer picnic. This summertime favorite is tasty and healthy. Watermelon is high in lycopene, an antioxidant that may lower cancer risk and improve heart health," explains Rachel Rothman, MS, RD, CLEC. Lycopene gives watermelon its red color and is also in tomatoes, grapefruit, and papaya.



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