1. Watermelon

In summer, your body needs hydration and drinking water is the best mean to keep your body hydrated. However, eating certain foods that have high water content can also serve this purpose. Interestingly, watermelon contains 92% water and tagged as best summer fruits. Additionally, the high water content is one of the reasons why fruits and vegetables help you feel fuller for a longer duration. The combination of water and fiber means you’re eating a good volume of food without a lot of calories. Watermelon contains plenty of nutrients—Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Potassium, Magnesium, Lycopene, Carotenoids, and other micronutrients.

2. Mango

Mango is the king of fruits and one of the best summer fruits. This fruit is an absolute delight during the summer and available in plenty. It is very rich in vitamins and nutrients. Vitamins A, C, D, iron, potassium and calcium are found in abundance in mangoes. The high levels of pectin and fibres available in mangoes reduce cholesterol levels of the body and the other nutrients control the blood pressure and heart rate. It consists of immunity strengthening properties and will help you get through the season.

3. Musk Melon

Muskmelon (Cucumis melo) is a species of melon that has been developed into many cultivated varieties. When its comes to summer fruits, muskmelon cannot be ommited. It is considered as the most nutrient dense melon. A single serving can cater around half our daily vitamin C and A needs. Musk melons are also rich in lutein and zeaxanthin, which boost eyesight. The pulpy fruit provides a hydrating effect in this energy sucking weather.

4. Guava

Guava is a sweet and delicious fruit cultivated in tropical climates. This seasonal fruit, scientifically known as Psidium guajava, is round or pear-shaped. It is light green, yellow or maroon in color when it ripens. It has white or maroon flesh, depending on its type, and has small hard seeds enveloped in its soft, sweet pulp. The guava fruit contains vitamin C, A, E, B-vitamins, as well as potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, sodium, and zinc.What makes it special fruit— Guava has anti-oxidant properties, controls diabetes, regulates blood pressure, improves thyroid health, eliminates diarrhea & dysentery, relieves constipation, improves brain function, treats cold and cough, weight loss, improves eye-sight, dental care.

5. Cucumber

Cucumber commonly thought to be a vegetable, but actually a one of the best summer fruits. It’s high in beneficial nutrients, as well as certain plant compounds and antioxidants that primarily includes Vitamin C, K, magnesium, potassium, manganese and other nutrients. Cucumber contains 96 percent water content and soluble fiber. It is low in calories, making them ideal for promoting hydration and aiding in weight loss.

6. Papaya

Papaya is considered to be an all-around summer fruit not only for your tummy but also for your skin care. You can eat it, apply it on your skin, make a hair pack. It is useful in soothing sunburn and bans the tan. Papaya offers numerous health benefits—Reduces the risk of heart diseases, diabetes, cancer, aids in digestion, lowers blood pressure, and improves wound healing. Papaya contains an enzyme called papain which aids in digestion. It is rich in potassium, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Vitamin A, and other micronutrients. Papaya is known to have weight loss effects.

7. Pineapple

You often associate pineapples with beaches and sun-kissed vacations. It offers so many benefits for skin and health that you cannot afford to miss eating it. Pineapples are rich in vitamin C and bromelain, which help fight microbial infections and boosts immunity. It helps in cold and cough, cholesterol management, heart disease, lowering risk of cancer, sinusitis. The rich amount of manganese present in this delicious summer fruit helps in strengthening bones and connective tissues. Eating chilled pineapple in summers will refresh you and give you your daily dose of vitamins and antioxidants in a tasty manner. It is one of the most loved fruits of the summer season.

8. Lychee

Lychee is a fiber-rich small fruit with a sweet smell and taste, which is available in the summer. It is a small fruit packed with healthy nutrients and maintains electrolyte balance in the body. This fruit has rough skin outside while contains juicy flesh inside. It contains a good amount of antioxidant Vitamin C, Vitamin B-complex, potassium, iron, manganese, magnesium, copper, and phytonutrient flavonoids. Lychee helps in blood formation, anti-aging, protects from asthma, increases metabolism, aids in weight loss, and promotes cardiovascular health.

9. Plums

Plums are small soft, round-shaped fruits, but are a powerhouse of nutrients. It consist of dietary fibers, sorbitol, and isatin which are great relievers of constipation and digestive problems. It protects your heart from high blood pressure and the chances of a stroke. Eating plum helps reduce the probability of type-2 diabetes and breast cancer due to anthocyanins, the reddish-blue pigment in some plums and a low glycemic index. A small plum consists of only 30 calories and is very beneficial while dieting.

10. Bael or Wood Apple

Bael is native to India and one of the most popular summer fruits in India. The fruit is available for a limited period in summers and offers numerous health benefits. This summer eat the bael fruit or enjoy bael sherbet. The presence of tannin in the fruit helps in curing diseases like cholera and diarrhea. It is rich in Vitamin A, B1, B2, C, potassium, and calcium. Bael fruit is very good for constipation. You can either eat the fruit or consume it in sherbet form to cure constipation. Add a pinch of black salt and some black pepper to the fruit and consume it regularly to flush out toxins from your body.

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