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Fruit therapy: Take full advantage of fruit

Fruit therapy is defined as the study and application of substances in fruits and vegetables that may be beneficial to health and, in some cases, have a therapeutic effect. This also includes their nutritional properties and the amount of vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, protein and fats which are free of side effects.

Such information is generally applicable primarily to treat nutritional deficiencies, however, fruits are not only food supplements, but they also have substances known as phytochemicals (terpenes, carotenoids, liminidos, and phytosterols).


  • Cures nutritional deficiencies such as scurvy
  • Helps to improve our health
  • Detoxifies our body
  • It is a rich source of anti-oxidants
  • Prevents diseases such as dyslipidemia
  • Improves our digestion

Health after each serving of fruit

Each fruit is different and therefore, the variety will bring different benefits. Here is a list of some fruits with their therapeutic indications:

Cranberries: Fruits of the forest that contain numerous antioxidants and vitamins A, C, and to a lesser extent B complex as well as calcium, iron, phosphorus and magnesium. They are often used to prevent urinary tract infections and in some cases to prevent and treat hypertension.

Olive: It has a laxative effect, and improves hepatobiliary function. It is rich in vitamins A, C and E, and is also a source of essential fatty acids.

Banana: Known for its potassium content, banana contains vitamins C and B12, as well as magnesium, silicon and zinc. It is commonly used to treat muscle cramps but may also be useful against stress.

Coconut: Rich in vitamins A, B1, E, as well as minerals such as iron, sodium and barium. Coconut is usually used for muscle tension, strengthening nails and teeth, nourishing the skin and is useful against parasites.

Strawberry: It is diuretic, helps prevent cavities and is recommended in cases of arthritis and anemia. Rich in vitamins E, K and A as well as formic acid and oxalic acid.

Cherry: This fruit has laxative and diuretic properties, is a source of vitamins like A, B1, B2 and B6 and minerals such as magnesium, sodium and potassium. It can be useful in cases of gout, arthritis and bad memory.

Peach: Contains malic acid and oxalic acid, as well as Vitamin C and A. May be useful in cases of rheumatism and lung diseases, as well as eczema. Exerts a laxative effect.

Apple: A fruit appreciated by many, it helps combat stress and is useful to maintain the hemostatic balance in the body. Rich in vitamin A, B1, B2, C and fibre, the apple offers many benefits to our body. In cases of insomnia, eating an apple or two before bedtime may help you fall asleep. It also helps reduce blood cholesterol levels.

Plum: Among some of its properties, we can mention nutritional vitamins A and C as well as minerals such as manganese, sulfur and chlorine. This is usually indicated to treat cases of constipation and hemorrhoids. Due to its high content of fibre, it can also help to reduce blood cholesterol levels and is astringent.

Guava: A fruit rich in vitamin A, C, tannic acid and niacin. Often recommended in cases of hypertension and incontinence.

Watermelon: Rich in vitamin C and minerals such as sulfur and magnesium, watermelon has a diuretic effect and its use is recommended for people who suffer from gout or arthritis.

Lemon: A citrus that has a surprisingly good source of vitamin A, C and B complex. Lemon is recommended for treating common colds, scurvy, lack of appetite and many other conditions.

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6 Reviews about Fruit therapy: Take full advantage of fruit
on 23/03/2016
Fruits are an absolutely incredible food resource that provide us with so many vital vitamins and minerals, as well as lots of good sugars, fats, proteins, fibre and therefore ENERGY! It is nice to have a concise list to refer to with each individual fruit and their therapeutic uses.
on 31/07/2014
haha! Fruits prevent scurvy. ...I didn't really think that was a relevant illness anymore, but it's good to know. Fruits (and fresh vegetables) are key to a healthy diet and healthy body. There's a really good recipe for "fruit pizza", where you take some sort of dough, spread cream cheese on it, and cover it with berries and fruit. Super tasty, although I'm sure the dough and the cream cheese add a little extra fats.
on 01/09/2013
The diet of the apple is one of my favorite and one of the best when you try to regain your overall health especially the health of the skin, and the hair as well, and apples are delicious, very versatile if you make cooked recipes, and eating it raw is very delicious too, there are quite variety too so you never get bored
on 28/08/2013
the apple is the most recommended while you are trying to for example, have a nice skin with no rashes or dryness, I have tried the remedy of eating 2 or 3 apples at night as dinner or after dinner and when I wake up I have a very good attitude and mode, my skin is beautiful and lovely
on 26/08/2013
Fruits are particullary delicious if taken naturally and without adding anything like sugar of others, fruits are amazing, they really can heal your body if you suffer from an illness or anything, and you should try to include them in your diet more often, especially in kids that need truly and only good food
on 20/08/2013
whole world and all of thm offer different things and substances to help maintain a good life and keep everything in this way for many time, I love fruits! Especially strawberry I think it is my favorite one.

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