Fruit to Boost your Immune System

Why Fruit?

Fruit as medicine
Fruit as medicine

Fruit is the most important food. All fruit becomes alkaline in the body.  By eating more fruit and vegetables, which are high in anti oxidants, they help prevent and reduce damage to cells  by free radicals in your body. Free radicals are reactive compounds that damage DNA and suppress the immune system. Increasing organic fruit intake is the optimal way of taking in anti oxidants.

What is really important about your fruit intake is:

  • buy organic
  • always eat fruit on an empty stomach or before meals – Never after meals
  • never heat or cook fruit
  • if you need to drink fruit juice drink only fresh fruit juice. Not from cans. Eating whole fruit is better than drinking the juice

Symptoms you might experience from poor fruit eating habits are:

Fruit to boost your Immune System
Fruit to boost your Immune System
  •  balding
  • nervous outbursts and
  • dark rings under the eyes
  • greying hair
  • burping
  • bloated stomach

Make the necessary changes above and feel and look great always.

Some benefits you can enjoy from eating fruit daily:

  • beauty
  • increased libido
  • longevity
  • health
  • happiness
  • energy
  • normal weight
  • detoxify your body system

Top Nine Fruits to Boost the Immune System

1. “An apple a day, keeps the doctor away”

That is not too far from the truth. Apples are high in anti-oxidants and flavonoids which enhance the activity of Vitamin C, which helps to lower the risk of colon cancer, heart attacks and stroke.

2.  Strawberry, the protective fruit

Strawberries have the highest total anti-oxidant power among major fruits, protecting the body from cancer causing blood vessel-clogging free radicals

3. Guava wins a top award  for  Vitamin C

Guava, packed with Vitamin C
Guava, packed with Vitamin C

Guava is rich in fiber and  prevents constipation

4. Orange, the sweetest medicine

Taking two – three oranges a day may help keep colds away, lower cholesterol, prevent and dissolve kidney stones as well as lesson the risk of colon cancer.

5.Watermelon, the coolest thirst quencher and Nature’s Viagra

It is composed of 92% water. It is packed with a giant does of glutathione, which helps boost the immune system. They are also a key source of lycopene, cancer fighting oxidant. Other nutrients found in watermelon are Vitamin C and potassium. High in L- citrilline amino acid that improves blood flow to sexual organs and helps a stronger erection.

6. Kiwi, tiny but  carries a big punch

This is a good source of potassium, magnesium, vitamin E and fiber. Its Vitamin C content is twice that of an orange.

7. Papaya  also one of the tops when it comes to Vitamin C

Pawpaw is rich in dietary fiber, Vitamin A,C,&E , anti-oxidant flavonoids and carotene which is good for the eyes.

8. Blueberries – the feel good

High in antioxidants and have the ability to relax blood vessels allowing  improved circulation. It also boosts dopamine levels, giving the body a greater ability to release this feel good hormone.

9. Avocado

Great source off folic acid, Vitamin B6 (improves male hormone production) and potassium( increases female libido by helping regulate women’s thyroid gland.

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Further reading:

1.  Dr Herbert Shelton and the work of Dr Stephen Mak.

 Dr Stephen Mak treats terminally ill patients with cancer. His success rate is around 80%. He believes that cancer patients should not die. He say that the cure to cancer is already found. He goes on to say it is whether you believe it or not.

2. Forever young – Introducing the metabolic  Diet .  by Nicholas Perricone and Health24