Grape – Affluent in antioxidant, anticancer compounds. Bittersweet grapes, (but not achromatic or blooming grapes) are aerial in antioxidant quercetin. Grape skins contain resveratrol, shown to inhibit blood platelet clumping (and consequently, blood clot formation) and boost acceptable-type HDL cholesterol. Bittersweet grapes are antibacterial and antiviral in analysis tubes. Grapeseed oil again raises acceptable-type HDL cholesterol.
Grapefruit – The pulp contains a altered pectin (in membranes and extract sacs-not in extract) that lowers blood cholesterol and reverses atherosclerosis (clogged arteries) in animals. Has anticancer action and appears particularly protective against stomach and pancreatic cancer. The extract is antiviral. Aerial in assorted antioxidants, especially disease-fighting vitamin C.
Kiwi – Commonly prescribed in Chinese traditional medicine to treat stomach and breast cancer. Aerial in vitamin C, which has multiple antidisease action.
Pineapple – Suppresses inflammation. Both the fruit and a main constituent, an antibacterial enzyme called bromelain, are anti-inflammatory. (Abundant for those swelled ankles we sometimes amuse in the heat of the summer.) Pineapple aids digestion, helps dissolve blood clots and is acceptable for preventing osteoporosis and bone fractures as of its actual aerial manganese content. It is again antibacterial and antiviral and mildly estrogenic.
Watermelon – Aerial amounts of lycopene and glutathione, antioxidant and anticancer compounds. Again mild antibacterial, anticoagulant action.
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