Seasonal fruit, January

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Below is the list of seasonal fruit available in January. Select the fruit to know the properties. 


> 1. Pineapple

> 2. Oranges

>  3. Avocado

>  4. Banana

>  5. Cedri

>  6. Kiwi

> 7. Lemons


> 8. Mandarancio

> 9. Mandarins

>  10. Mango

> 11. Mele

>  12. Melograno

> 13. Pere

> 14. Grapefruits

 

Ananas

Pineapple is the fruit of the Ananas comosus plant. With its important purifying and detoxifying properties, which facilitate digestion, pineapple also has diuretic properties useful for solving water retention problems and in case of cellulite. Furthermore, pineapple contains active ingredients with fibrinolytic action which reduce inflammation or localized pain.

 


oranges

The oranges they are the fruit of the Citrus sinensis plant. Very rich in vitamin C, oranges also contain pectins. Known for their antioxidant properties, useful against free radicals, oranges are also a real panacea for the immune system, prevent cardiovascular disorders and have an anti-stress action. 

 

Avocado  

Avocado is the fruit of the American Persea plant. Excellent source of calcium and potassium, rich in fiber and mono-unsaturated fats and an inexhaustible source of vitamins, avocado is useful to combat diabetes and defend the heart. Furthermore, this fruit very quickly balances the level of "bad" cholesterol (LDL cholesterol) in the blood, bringing benefits to the entire cardiovascular system.


 

Banana

La banana is the fruit of the banana tree, a plant of the genus Musa, belonging to the Musaceae family. Rich in phosphorus and vitamins, bananas are friends of the heart, very important for restoring the reserves of liquids and nutrients, protect the stomach, lower blood pressure and strengthen the immune system.

 

Cedars

The cedar is the fruit of the Citrus medica plant, widely used in the confectionery industry. Rich in nutritional and beneficial qualities for the body, cedar is useful against cellulite, cystitis and kidney and gastrointestinal disorders. In addition to being an excellent source of vitamins and minerals, cedar is rich in flavonoids and it also helps regulate blood pressure

 

Kiwi

The kiwi it is the fruit of the Actinidi chinensis plant rich in Vitamin C, with antiseptic, thirst-quenching and diuretic properties. Kiwi has a refreshing, thirst-quenching and diuretic action improves the immune system, relieves the circulatory problems associated with pregnancy, and is a cure-all in cases of anemia. Kiwi is also effective in prevention of depression and chronic fatigue.


 

lemons

And lemons they are the fruits of the lemon citrus plant, excellent allies of the immune system. Like all citrus fruits, lemons are also a valuable source of vitamin C, useful for defend yourself from flu and cold attacks. Very rich in antioxidants, lemon is one of the anti-cholesterol foods par excellence, also useful as an anti-cancer.

 

Mandarancio

The tangerine is a hybrid between mandarin and orange of which there are several varieties. Like all citrus fruits, it is rich in vitamin C, which is important for the immune system and against the spread of flu and colds. Also rich in phosphorus and calcium, the tangerine is important for the memory and the good functioning of the intestine. 


 

Tangerines

Mandarin it is the fruit of the plants of the Rutaceae family. There are several varieties, but the most common are Citrus reticulata, Citrus nobilis and Critus clementina. Mandarin is very rich in vitamin C, vitamin A and vitamin B. Among the citrus fruits it is that richer in sugars, therefore it is the sweetest, but also the most caloric.

From its peel, rich in antioxidants, a essential oil useful against cellulite. Tangerine is also rich in fiber, which helps the intestine function smoothly.


 

Mango

The mango  is the fruit of the Mangifera indica plant. Rich in vitamin A, calcium, iron, sodium, and phosphorus, it is useful against constipation, water retention and stress. Mango also contains lupeol, an antioxidant it provides benefits especially to the pancreas and colon. It is also a food indicated against stress and as a natural tonic.

 

Mele 

Apples they are the fruit of the Pirus malus plant. Rich in pectin, a dietary fiber, apples are useful for keeping blood sugar levels under control. Consisting of 84-88% water, they are a valid food for the body's daily supply. Apples also contain vitamin C and quercetin, a bioflavonoid with antioxidant power that protects the lungs.

 

pomegranate

The pomegranate it is the fruit of the Punica granatum plant, known above all for its antioxidant qualities, being rich in vitamin C and numerous phenols. Pomegranate contains particularly effective punic acid such as breast cancer inhibitor. The properties attributed to this fruit are: antioxidant, antitumor, anticoagulant, antidiarrheal, astringent, gastroprotective, moisturizing, antimicrobial, antifungal, antibacterial, vermifuge, vasoprotective.


 

Pere

The father they are the fruit of plants of the genus Pyrus, and in particular, Pyrus communis. Very rich in calcium and boron, reduce the risk of osteoporosis and hinder the rarefaction process of the bone tissue. Pears also contain a lot of fiber, mostly in the peel, which also have an anti-cholesterol effect.

 

Grapefruits

The grapefruit it is the fruit of the plants Citrus maxima, Citrus decumana and Citrus grandi, native to China. From its peel are obtained essential oils used mainly for them antidepressant power and for the ability to increase the immune defenses. The grapefruit stimulates digestion while its seeds have antibacterial properties and help fight cystitis.

 

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