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Peach: Health Benefits of Peaches

  1. Peaches are fluffy fruits native to northwestern China. They are a member of the stone fruit family and contain one large hard stone, just like cherries, apricots, plums and nectarines. The inner flesh of a peach varies in color from white to yellow or orange. Peaches are delicious in, for example, a smoothie, breakfast cereals or yogurt. Summer is the best time to buy fresh peaches when they are at the peak of their season and have the best flavor, freshness and nutritional value. People prefer peaches with tight, fuzzy skin that dents slightly when pressed. Canned peaches often contain heavy syrup; people buy canned peaches with no added sugars or syrups.

Overweight disorders

  1. Stone fruits such as peaches, plums and nectarines are excellent for slowing down diseases caused by obesity. Examples of such conditions are diabetes mellitus (diabetes), the metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disorders. Stone fruits contain bioactive and phenolic compounds with anti-obesity and anti-inflammatory properties that can also reduce bad cholesterol (LDL) that leads to cardiovascular disease. These benefits are due to four main phenolic groups in stone fruit: anthocyanins, chlorogenic acids, quercetins and catechins, all of which work together and complement each other to prevent complications caused by obesity

Anemia

  1. A deficiency of vitamin C impedes the absorption of iron in the body, which leads to iron deficiency in the blood (ferriprieve anemia). Peaches contain iron and vitamin C. These are excellent foods for anemia

Bones and teeth

  1. The vitamin C in peaches helps build bones and teeth. Vitamin C in combination with iron reduces lead absorption. This is necessary for the correct growth of tissues, the repair of cartilages and the strengthening of the bones and teeth. The vitamin A in peaches also helps promote bone and dental health

  2. The vitamin C in peaches helps build bones and teeth. Vitamin C in combination with iron reduces lead absorption. This is necessary for the proper growth of tissues, the repair of cartilages and the strengthening of the bones and teeth. The vitamin A in peaches also helps promote bone and dental health

Diabetes mellitus (diabetes)

  1. Persons with diabetes mellitus (diabetes) type 1

Weight loss

  1. Peaches help with weight loss. People who reduce the amount of grains and consume more fruits (such as peaches) feel full more quickly and therefore consume fewer calories. Peaches are also good sources of fiber, which provides quick satiety and contributes to weight loss

Cancer

  1. Peaches are an excellent source of the strong antioxidant vitamin C. As a result, they help fight the formation of free radicals that are known to cause cancer. High fiber intakes from all fruits and vegetables are associated with a reduced risk of colon cancer

Heart

  1. The fiber, potassium, vitamin C and choline content in peaches all support heart health

Skin

  1. Vitamin C plays a vital role in the formation of collagen, the skin's support system. The antioxidant vitamin C can further reduce wrinkles, improve overall skin texture, and skin damage from sunlight and air pollution

Immune system

  1. Peaches are rich sources of vitamin A, a nutrient that helps regulate the immune system. Vitamin C in peaches is also important for the immune system. In this way, peaches are a good alternative for people who don't like oranges

Eyes

  1. The benefits of consuming all kinds of fruits and vegetables, including peaches, are infinite for health. A higher intake of fruit (three or more servings per day) reduces the risk and progression of age-related macular degeneration, an eye condition in which central vision is blurred. So peaches are an example of eye-healthy food

Fungal infection

  1. The polyphenols and flavonoids in peaches play an important role in the treatment of candidiasis

Digestion

  1. The dietary fiber in peaches helps regulate and improve digestion. The fruit is also a type of diuretic; it helps to kidneys

Stress and peaches

  1. In Hungary, a peach is called "the fruit of calm." The peach has stress relievers and anxiety

Pregnancy

  1. Peaches are an energy source for both a pregnant woman and her baby. During pregnancy, hormonal changes sometimes slow bowel movements, leading to constipation. Peaches are rich in fiber and will relieve constipation. Peaches are also rich in folic acid which is crucial for the development of a healthy baby. It helps to prevent serious birth defects such as spina bifida (open spine).



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