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The Five Fruits That Promote Weight Loss

The Five Fruits That Promote Weight Loss

The healthiest snacks available are fruits, which contain vitamins, minerals, fibres, and other nutrients that provide nutrition to the body. Generally, whole fruits are high in fibre and low in calories, which can work to help you lose weight. Eating fruit helps you lose weight and reduces your risk of developing diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer, and heart disease. Here are five of the best fruits to eat for weight loss.

1. Stone fruits

The stone fruits, also known as a drupe, is a seasonal fruit with a fleshy exterior. And a stone on the inside. Stone fruits consist of apricots, nectarines, plums, peaches, and cherries.

Stone fruits are low in calories and packed with nutrients like vitamins C and A, and are great for weight loss.

In addition, they are a more nutrient-dense, filling snack alternative than unhealthy foods like chips or cookies.

You can eat grilled stone fruits or added to savoury dishes, such as stews, or eat them fresh, mixed into a hearty porridge and chopped up in fruit salads.

2. Melons

Weight loss can be facilitated by eating melons because they are low in calories and have a considerable amount of water.

The amount of calories contained in just 1 cup (150-160 grams) of melon, such as watermelon or honeydew, is relatively modest. Furthermore, fruits high in water improve your ability to shed excess weight.

Watermelon has a pretty high glycemic index, so portion control is essential. You can enjoy melons cubed, rolled into balls to infuse a fruit salad with flavour, or consume fresh. You can also freeze them into fruit popsicles or blend them into smoothies.

3. Bananas

Bananas have high sugar and calorie content, so some people avoid them when trying to lose weight. However, despite being more calorie-dense than many other fruits, bananas are also more nutrient-dense: they are high in magnesium, antioxidants, manganese, potassium, fibre, and vitamins B6, C, and A.

A banana is a convenient on-the-go snack, or you can add it to many raw and cooked dishes. For example, you can blend some bananas with your Slim Whey protein for a refreshing and nutritious protein shake.

4. Kiwifruit

It is a small, brown fruit with yellow flesh or bright green and tiny, black seeds. Kiwis are incredibly nutrient-dense and a great source of fibre, folate, vitamin E and vitamin C. They also offer significant health benefits. The high fibre consumption of fruits and vegetables results in weight loss, increased fullness, and improved gut health and performance. Kiwifruit is sweet, soft, and delicious when eaten peeled, unpeeled or raw. You can also juice it, add it to salads or breakfast cereal, or use it in baked goods.

5. Oranges

Citrus fruits, like oranges, are low in calories and high in fibre and vitamin C. In addition, they are very filling. Compared to a croissant and muesli bar, oranges are four times more filling.

Most people indeed consume orange juice instead of slices of oranges. However, research has shown that having whole fruits rather than drinking juice increases feelings of fullness, reduced calorie intake, and less hunger.

Hence, if you want to lose weight, it may be better to consume fresh oranges rather than orange juice. You can combine it or eat it alone with a dessert or salad.

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