Loquat peaches are a fruit that “likes” warm weather. Ripe peaches usually appear in June-July. Seasonal peaches not only taste great, they also have a high nutritional value. In 60 calories, peaches contain more than 20 different trace elements, including cellulose, vitamins A, C, E, potassium and zinc. At the same time, peaches do not contain fat, cholesterol, etc., regular consumption will not cause obesity, but also supplement nutrition. Peach can be said to be the perfect snack. From appetizers to various desserts, we can often see the “shape” of peach.
Mango contains more than 20 kinds of essential vitamins and minerals. Just one cup of fresh mango juice can meet our daily vitamin C needs, and only 100 calories. Drinking fresh mango juice helps boost immunity, protects teeth and gums, and helps to form collagen. Mango is also rich in cellulose, and it will feel full after eating.
Juicy sweet cherries are best for June. Cherries are rich in cellulose and potassium, and are low in calories. A cup of cherry juice has only about 100 calories. The dark red surface of cherries is due to a compound called anthocyanins. A study from the University of California, Davis found that anthocyanins can help reduce pain and inflammation. Other studies have shown that cherries may also help relieve joint pain and reduce the risk of heart disease in people with gout.
Sala cantaloupe is also known as cantaloupe. The best cantaloupe is from June to September each year. Cantaloupe is rich in cellulose, vitamin C, potassium and β-carotene. At the same time, cantaloupe has a very high water content, 90% of which is water. Eating cantaloupe in summer helps supplement the water and potassium lost in the human body.
Maybe we see strawberries all year round, but the best strawberries are from April to June every year. Most people don’t know that strawberries even contain more vitamin C than citrus. At the same time, strawberries also contain beneficial antioxidants and nutrients such as potassium, folic acid, and cellulose. A US study found that eating strawberries twice a week is good for brain health. Because as we age, our cognitive ability gradually declines, and strawberries can delay the symptoms of cognitive decline.