Top 9 Fruits Every Female Should Eat

Fruits are indeed beneficial for everybody’s health. However, a female body is different from male and there are fruits that contain specific nutrients essential for maintaining good health in women. Top 9 Fruits Beneficial for Women Health

Below are top 9 fruits that every female should eat.

Top 9 Fruits Beneficial for Women Health

#1. Banana

Banana is a great source of potassium and is beneficial for maintaining the health of kidney. A study shows that females who eat banana at least two to three times in a week are at lower risk of developing kidney diseases. Banana - Beneficial for Women Health

A female has to take care of family, children, household as well as profession.In comparison, to males she needs more energy as she lose energy fast. Banana provides you with the required calorie intake to maintain your energy level, keeps you active throughout the day, and makes your bone and muscles strong. This is why it is very important to eat at least one banana in a day.

#2. Cranberry 

Females are more at the risk of contracting urine infection in comparison to males. Since ages, cranberry juice is used to treat the symptoms of urinary tract infection and cystitis. Cranberry juice contains a unique sugar component known as d-mannose that attaches to the pathogenic bacteria and gets flushed out of the system.Cranberry - Beneficial for Women Health

Cranberry juice is very effective in preventing urinary tract infections. Make a habit of drinking a glass of cranberry juice every day. Besides cranberry juice, also fight age related damage, improves heart health, supports the digestive system and supports menopausal health. Consumption of cranberry juice reduces the total cholesterol and increases body immunity against virus and bacteria.

#3. Raspberries 

Most of the females of reproductive age bleed every month. This is why anaemia is very common in females. Raspberries are rich in vitamin C that increases the absorption of iron and prevents anaemia due to iron deficiency. In addition, raspberry is rich in fibre and improves blood circulation. It keeps heart diseases and blood pressure at bay. Besides raspberry contains ellagic acid and antioxidants that keeps your skin rejuvenated and healthy. Raspberries - Beneficial for Women Health

#4. Apples

Apples when eaten with skin increases body immunity and keeps viral infections at bay. They have prebiotic effect, promotes the growth of gut bacteria, and is good for weight loss and heart health. Apple is rich in vitamin K, E, iron calcium phosphorus and potassium. It is low in glycemic index and can be eaten by females suffering from diabetes.

Apples

#5. Cherries 

Most of the female suffer from arthritis and gout. These health conditions start affecting the female from middle age. Cherries being rich in antioxidants ‘Anthocyanin’ fights free radical damage and delays age related diseases. Cherries - Beneficial for Women Health

#6. Grapes

Grapes are rich in vitamin C and vitamin A. It keeps the fungal infections of the private part at the bay. Antioxidant content in the grape prevents chronic diseases and fights against certain types of cancer.

Grapes

#7. Oranges

Orange being rich in citric acid and vitamin C prevents urinary infection, candida infection and other vaginal infections. Also being rich in vitamin C, it increases the absorption of iron and prevents iron deficiency anaemia.

ORANGE

#8. Tomatoes

Tomatoes not only maintain the level of haemoglobin in the blood but also keeps the blood infections at bay.

Tomatoes

#9. Kiwi 

kiwi is rich in vitamin C. It provides relief from bloating and menstrual cramps. It aids digestion, reduces blood clotting and boosts body immunity.

Kiwi

We women mostly neglect our health. Nevertheless,if you are not healthy you cannot take care of your family and children. Take a pledge today to take care of your health and include the top fruits beneficial for women health in your diet regime.

 

Dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta
Dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta:  Professionally a homeopathic doctor and a dietician Dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta is passionate about writing health and parenting blogs. She believes in holistic approach towards health and well being.

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