Protect yourself from diseases with these fruits

Foods rich in vitamin C also appear to be a natural source of water that can help reduce mucus thickness.

1-Pineapple


Pineapples are sweet, juicy, and delicious, but more importantly they are very healthy and nutritious. Pineapples are loaded with vitamins and minerals including vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, and potassium and are also rich in fiber.


Asthma Inflammation
The bromelain in pineapple reduces asthma inflammation. Studies have found that bromelain can significantly reduce markers of lung inflation and reduce the total white blood cells which normally increase with the onset of asthma.


Gastrointestinal Problems
The bromelain in pineapple can improve digestion by breaking down proteins into their individual amino acids.

2-Tomato


Botanically classified as a fruit, tomatoes are sweet, juicy, and delicious. Tomatoes are not only a tasty addition to meal time, but they are packed with nutritional benefits as well. Tomatoes are a good source of vitamins A, C, K, folate and potassium, as well as thiamine, niacin, vitamin B6, magnesium, phosphorus and copper. for good health. They are naturally low in calories, fat, cholesterol, and sodium.


Cancer
Tomatoes are a natural cancer fighter. Lycopene is scarce in food, and in this strong antioxidant, tomatoes are one of only a few abundant. Clinical studies have shown that lycopene can reduce the risk of cancers such as prostate, cervical, mouth, throat, stomach, colon, rectal, prostate, and ovarian cancer. In addition, the vitamin A and C in tomatoes fight the free radicals which can cause cell damage. Ironically, processed tomatoes (sauce, paste, etc.) are more effective than raw tomatoes at reducing cancer risk. The processing breaks down the cell walls which trap the lycopene making it more bioavailable. Tomatoes have been shown to be particularly effective against prostate cancers.


Eye Conditions
Tomatoes can improve your vision. The vitamin A that tomatoes provide can improve vision and help prevent eye conditions such as night blindness and macular degeneration. A deficiency in vitamin A contributes to the development of night blindness. A one cup serving of fresh tomatoes provides 30% of the daily value of vitamin A.


Osteoporosis
Tomatoes build strong bones and can ward off osteoporosis. Lycopene slows down the breakdown of bone cells and the vitamin K and calcium in tomatoes help strengthen and repair bones. A tomato serving has a daily value of 18 percent for vitamin K.

3-Orange


Asthma Inflammation
Asthma is a chronic inflammatory lung disease that causes wheezing, difficulty breathing and chest tightness Asthma symptoms can be triggered by allergens, such as pollen or pet dander, by non-allergic triggers, such as emotional stress, physical activity, cold air, smoke, or viruses. Consuming oranges and other citrus fruits may help reduce your symptoms. Citrus fruits are rich sources of vitamin A and C which help lessen lung inflammation associated with cigarette smoke and other pollutants.

Chest Congestion
Chest congestion can make breathing difficult and can cause coughing and, shortness of breath. Certain foods have an effect on the secretion of mucus by the glands lining your respiratory system. Oranges are rich in vitamin C which is an essential nutrient that may help increase the effectiveness of your immune system. This can lead to reducing the frequency and duration of chest pressure conditions. 

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