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3 Powerful Fruit Combinations for Breakfast

For some years I have been in the habit of eating fruit early in the morning at breakfast, a habit my children already have too.

Complementing our food with fruit is the perfect option since our body digests it easily and that, consuming it, is not exactly an excessive effort. All types of fruit are healthy, as long as they mature so that all the energy they have in their composition can help us.

Some of the fruit combinations are powerful for our well-being:

Combination 1: banana, apple, and avocado – This conjugation is for anyone who needs a boost of energy. These three fruits, when put together, are a great pre and post workout as they are nutrient rich and will keep you sated for hours. Firstly, the fibers present in the apple promote the feeling that we are satisfied for a long time; secondly, the energy in the banana makes this an option to consume before training, while the avocado, in turn, helps us reduce the duration of digestion, being perfect for after physical exercise.

Combination 2: fig, pomegranate, and grape – Red grapes, because they contain numerous antioxidant and anti-aging properties, help us fight some diseases, while also keeping our vision stronger and minimizing the damaging effects of ultraviolet rays. Combining these three fruits (with special focus on pomegranates) we can protect our body from the damages caused by free radicals and all the conditions that make us grow old sooner. To add to all these advantages are the precious minerals integrated in the fig, such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, and vitamins A and E.

Combination 3: blueberry, cherry, and pineapple – Anthocyanin. The name may be strange to you, but it is one of the main antioxidants present in blueberries and cherries, something that gives them the strong and dark tones we know them. The cherries, in turn, acid or sweet, contain high amounts of phenolic compounds, which provide an anti-inflammatory effect to our body. And the pineapple, where do you get on this plate? Particularly noteworthy, since it has vitamin C and also the enzyme bromelain (which digests proteins), benefiting our intestine in large scale, as well as our immune function.

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