Autumn Fruit List


The weather in autumn is very dry and people are easily to susceptible to some disorders like dry mouth and constipation. Some autumn seasonal fruits can help to ease the symptoms and provide additional nutrients for your body.


Grapes
Grapes is a type of nutrient-rich fruit which have a sweet and sour taste. Regular consumption of fruits can facilitate the functionality of liver and kidney. It can improve the status of nervous exhaustion and relieve fatigue. Dried grapes contain a higher percentage of iron and sugar which will provide more nutrients for children. Grapes contain a large amount of water and sugar. The sugar in grapes can be easily absorbed by the body. They can protect collagen and elastic fibers of the skin and thus prevent skin damage caused by UV. For babies, you should avoid them drinking a large amount of water to avoid the symptoms of diarrhea. In addition, people with diabetes should avoid the consumption of grapes.

Citrus
Vitamin B1 plays an important role in maintaining a healthy nervous system. The content of carotenoids in orange is far higher than other fruits in autumn season. These nutrients can be converted into vitamin a in the body which can maintain the functionality of eye eyesight. Oranges also contains antioxidant, anti-cancer and anti-allergic components. They can prevent the formation of blood clots and reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, stroke and high blood pressure.

Pomegranate
Pomegranates are rich in soluble dietary fiber which will not easily to to break down under the action of digestive enzymes. They can effectively prevent constipation and can relieve diarrhea symptoms. In addition, the pomegranate seeds contain a lot of vitamin c and polyphenols which have anti-aging effects for the human body.

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