Some studies have shown that 80 to 90 percent of adult suffer from vitamin D deficiency, 50 to 60 percent are affected by anaemia, others being vitamin B12 and folate.
Be it kids or adults, everyone must keep an eye on their nutrient intake to prevent nutritional deficiencies and associated diseases.
You can mix and match the fruits as per your taste and consume them daily to add a healthy touch to your everyday diet.
Here are some common fruits that you must include in your diet to prevent nutritional deficiencies.
The pandemic’s biggest mystery is our very own immune system and what is better than an orange that could help us save the day. The popularity of oranges has risen rapidly in the past year, as people are finding different ways to increase their vitamin C intake, which further improves immunity. Loaded with the goodness of vitamin C and folate, orange makes for a perfect dose of daily nutrition, certainly not the one that you should miss!
Pomegranate is power-packed with vitamin C, A and E, which offers an all-in-one dose of vitamins to you. With Ruby red seeds, pomegranate helps in boosting your iron levels. Did you know that 100 gm of pomegranate contains 0.3 mg of iron? This iron-rich fruit is one of the most common recommendations for fighting anaemia.
An apple a day keep the doctor away! The fact holds true till date. Apples are a delicious source of iron and can give your low haemoglobin levels a boost. Apple is a must-have for those suffering from anaemia and is also suitable for diabetics, as it is low on natural sugar.
What’s good for your health but also tastes super delicious at the same time? The answer is ‘Strawberries’. They are beautiful pink-red in colour with dotted seeds on the outside which adds to the taste and texture of the fruit. Strawberries are rich in iron and vitamin C (which also helps in the absorption of iron).