Eating fruits give you a lot of health benefits more than you know. Fruits are a wonderful source of the most crucial vitamins and minerals which your body needs. At your grandparent’s age, it is more than necessary for them to add fruits in their overall diet to maintain good health. And not just that, fruits also help them fight off diseases (which we know they can easily get). But some of these so-called “most healthy” fruits are seasonal, so if they are available in the market, you might want to take hold of them so your grandparents can enjoy their health benefits.

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In this article, we look to the healthiest fruits in the world that could help our dear old grandma and grandpa in maintaining their good health. These are a few.

Apples

Apples are one of the healthiest fruit in the world because of its nutrient contents. They have powerful anti-oxidants that have impressive anti-cancer properties. These anti-oxidants are called flavonoids which also helps against asthma and diabetes. Apple also makes your teeth whiter with each bite and is a natural mouth freshener.

Avocados

Avocados are rich in monounsaturated fats that help in lowering cholesterol. This fruit is also high in antioxidants which are essential for eye health and help lowers the risk of cataracts – which is common to grandparents. Avocados are also very high in potassium.

Bananas

Like avocados, bananas are also rich in potassium and may help lower blood pressure. This fruit also contains vitamins and nutrients like vitamin B6 and folate which are crucial components that promote sublime body health. Bananas also contain nutrients that help moderate blood sugar levels after meals.

Oranges

Oranges are rich in vitamin C that helps our boost a body’s immune system. This fruit is also rich in fiber that helps in the battle of weight loss and works as a powerful detox fruit. They also contain phytochemical called hesperidin, which helps lower triglyceride and blood cholesterol levels.

Blueberries

Blueberry is a fruit that ranked No. 1 when it comes to antioxidant activity compared to other fruits and vegetables. This helps fight off age-related diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. It helps in boosting brain power. Blueberries are also sodium free which is essential in lowering blood pressure.

Pineapples

Pineapples are a delicious tropical fruit that contains a natural enzyme called bromelain, which helps break down protein and aid digestion. This enzyme also prevents blood clots, cancer and helps in speeding up the healing process on wounds. This fruit also can improve your respiratory health, strengthen your bones, boost eye health, reduce inflammation and fight off infections and parasites.

Kiwi Fruit

This fruit contains a substantial amount of vitamin C, vitamin E, and potassium, and magnesium – all of which can function individually – that can help in the development and maintenance of bones, cartilage, gums, and teeth. Also, kiwi helps lower blood triglyceride levels and prevent from the high risk of heart diseases, which is fairly common among grandparents.