Nature's Bounty of Fabulous Fruit

Nature's Bounty is full of fruits that are amazingly nutritious and excellent choices for everyone trying to lose weight and eat a healthy diet. Fruit is a wonderful choice for a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, and health-enhancing enzymes. Nature's bounty provides a wide variety of fruit that is sure to give you a great range of nutrients that will help with weight loss and good health.

Nature's Candy

Fruit is the most obvious choice for adding sweetness in your diet. While is does contain fructose or sucrose, the calorie content and nutritional value give you far more value for your calorie intake as opposed to candy, pastries, cookies etc. Try eating a few grapes or berries whenever you crave some sugar. At first this substitution may not feel satisfying, but keep in mind how much better you will feel after giving up the sweets and seeing the difference in the scales!

Filling Fiber

Fruit also contains a significant amount of fiber that is necessary to keep the digestive system running properly and helps you feel full faster, therefore reducing your urge to overeat. Great sources of fiber are apples, oranges and strawberries, which contain approximately seven grams of fiber per serving.

Rainbow Variety

Adding 3-5 fruits to your daily meal plan is a wonderful way to promote weight loss and wellness at the same time. Be sure to eat a wide variety of your favorite nature's bounty, choosing different colored fruits during the day such as strawberries, grapes, and an orange. Your choices are only limited by your taste and preference.

Nutritional Benefits

Apples One of the most available, healthy, tasty fruits available. Full of nature's bounty by containing an impressive amount of fiber and cancer-fighting flavenoids. No wonder it is said: An apple a day keeps.....well, you know.

Apricots An apricot is a very low-cal treat high in beta carotene and fiber. Their juicy texture and flavor make them a great choice because of their notable vitamin A and K content.

Avocado Avocados are sometimes avoided because of their higher calorie content, however they are a powerhouse when it comes to high nutrient value. There are many delicious ways they can be eaten and incorporated into a variety of recipes. A slice on a sandwich or a yummy guacamole dip are fantastic ways to add them to your weight loss meal plan.

Bananas Bananas have a wonderful flavor and texture that can be easily added to many healthy recipes, such as smoothies and baked goods. Bananas are high in potassium, which plays an essential role in healthy nerves and muscle function.

Blackberries One cup of blackberries contains a whopping 7 grams of fiber! This little bite of nature's bounty is also a top of the line antioxidant.

Blueberries Blueberries are an exceptionally healthy fruit in that they are one of the best sources of an antioxidant called anthocyanin. Blueberries have been found to enhance/maintain good eyesite. They are a wonderful addition to yogurt and cereal and are one of the most healthy purple foods around.

Cantalope Cantalope is high in vitamin C, beta carotene, and potassium. This tasty melon is a great addition to a delicious fruit salad and also a common breakfast staple.

Cherries Tart cherries (Bing, Rainier, Lambert e.g.) are excellent sources of beta carotene (vitamin A) and are also rich in Vitamin C. They are also one of the few know food sources of melatonin, an antioxidant that promotes natural sleep patterns.

Grapefruit Grapefruit is full of vitamin C and fiber. The red and pink varieties are also rich in beta carotene. Grapefruit has half soluble pectin fiber which is great for the heart and half insoluble fiber that promotes intestinal function.

Grapes Red and purple grape skins are full of anthocyanin pigments which are known to be cancer-fighting. Grapes are a delicious and healthy snack, easy to carry with you for a quick snack. They also contain resveratrol which is an antioxidant thought to aid in weight loss and anti-aging.

Guava The guava fruit has ten times the vitamin C as that found in a banana and has only eighty-four calories per cup. It’s also a good source of soluble fiber to help maintain a healthy heart. Eat a guava like an apple, peel and all. They can be tart/sweet tasting a little like a kiwi or pear.

Kiwi This fuzzy little nature's bounty is full of fiber and vitamin C and only 55 calories. They are a great addition to a fruit platter because of their great color and interesting appearance. Pack them for lunches or snacks and cut them in half and eat from the skin with a spoon.

Mango Mangoes are a great nutritional bargain. They are loaded with beta carotene, and vitamins A and C. They are also a great source of potassium. Their sweet creamy taste make them an excellent choice for smoothies and are also delicious simply peeled and cubed. One serving, half a mango, has only 70 calories.

Orange Oranges are a perfect snack, full of vitamin C and lots of folate and fiber. When peeling an orange, try to leave some of the white membrane from the skin. This is where a lot of the nutrient is contained.

Papaya Not only are papaya perfect nature's bounty because of their excellent vitamin and fiber content, they are also the only natural source of papain, an effective digestive aid that breaks down protein and cleanses the intestinal tract. This makes it a great choice for weight loss.

Pear High sorbitol content and lots of fiber make pears another great fruit for digestive health. A lot of its nutrients are located in the skin, so clean your pears and eat them fresh.

Pineapple Pineapple is also praised for its digestive enzymes. It is high in manganese and bromelains, which are enzymes that reduce inflammation. Pineapple should be eaten alone between meals to enhance its nutritional effectiveness.

Raspberries Raspberries are both healthy and delicious. They have an impressive amount of vitamins and minerals, along with plenty of fiber. They go great as a low calorie snack and add fresh fruity flavor to your favorite smoothie.

Strawberries Sweet juicy strawberries are a perfect choice from nature's bounty. They are high in fiber and vitamin C and go great in recipes and are also delicious on their own.

Watermelon This tasty melon has a significant amount of vitamins A and C and is very high in the antioxidant, lycopene. It also contains B1 and B6, potassium and magnesium. A cup of watermelon contains only 50 calories.

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