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Nutritious winter fruits are available now in abundance. Market is filled with good quality of oranges and grapes. Use of these fruits in daily diet will help you to get rid of different health problems and at the sametime these will provide a good amount of micro nutrients to your body. You will not require to take any vitamin supplement.
Orange : Oranges are low in calories and full of nutrients, they promote clear, healthy, skin and can help to lower risk for many diseases as part of an overall healthy and varied diet. The fiber, potassium, vitamin C in oranges all support heart health. Studies have shown that type 1 diabetics who consume high-fiber diets have lower blood glucose levels and type 2 diabetics may have improved blood sugar, lipids and insulin levels. The antioxidant vitamin C, when eaten in its natural form (as in an orange) or applied topically, can help to fight skin damage caused by the sun and pollution, reduce wrinkles and improve overall skin texture. Vitamin C plays a vital role in the formation of collagen, the support system of your skin.
Grapes : Grapes are packed with nutrients especially vitamin C and K. Grapes are high in a number of powerful antioxidant compounds. Grapes contain high levels of beneficial plant compounds, which may help protect against certain types of cancer. Resveratrol, one of the compounds found in this fruit, has been well-studied in terms of cancer prevention and treatment. Compounds found in grapes may help protect against high cholesterol levels by decreasing cholesterol absorption.
Tomatoes : Tomatoes are the major dietary source of the antioxidant lycopene, which has been linked to many health benefits, including reduced risk of heart disease and cancer. Tomatoes are a good source of several vitamins and minerals:
Vitamin C. This vitamin is an essential nutrient and antioxidant. Potassium is an essential mineral and is beneficial for blood pressure control and heart disease prevention. Vitamin K1, also known as phylloquinone, is important for blood clotting and bone health. Folate (vitamin B9). One of the B vitamins, folate is important for normal tissue growth and cell function. It’s particularly important for pregnant women.