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Fruits South African Women Should Eat In Her 20s, 30s And 40s To Stay Healthy

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As women grow older, dietary restrictions become more restrictive. Healthy eating can help prevent bone and muscle loss, as well as diabetes, breast cancer, and heart disease. It can also help to maintain a healthy weight, which can aid to keep eyesight and protect skin. Here are some fruits that every woman, regardless of age, should eat:


Tomatoes

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Tomatoes are a good source of the antioxidant lycopene. They've been shown to protect women from cancer cell formation and spread

Tomato products have been associated to a lower incidence of cancers such as lung and stomach cancers. To get the most out of the Lycopene antioxidant, eat cooked tomatoes.


Papaya

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Vitamin A, C, folate, and phytochemicals are abundant in papaya. Papain is a chemical that can aid with indigestion and other gastrointestinal problems.

Diabetes, heart disease, bloating, and other diseases can all be helped with this sweet fruit. Vitamin A, C, folate, and a variety of polyphenols are abundant in papaya.


Guava

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Guava can aid in the improvement of mental health, vision, complexion, and metabolism.

The high potassium and soluble fiber content helps to boost heart health. It has also been shown to make menstrual cramps less severe.


Apples

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Pectin fiber, which is abundant in apples, is thought to aid in the reduction of dietary fat absorption.

This keeps you satisfied and stops you from overindulging on other high-fat, high-sugar items. Women who consume an apple every day have a lower risk of heart disease.


Avocado

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Avocados are abundant in monounsaturated fats, which may aid in the reduction of LDL cholesterol.

For hours after eating half an avocado for lunch, women had a 40% lesser desire to eat. This impact was found to be true for both men and women in a study published in Nutrition Journal.


To gain all of these benefits, begin eating more of these fruits on a regular basis. It's also a good idea to wash your fruit completely before eating it.

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