Here is why you should include yellow fruits in your diet

Nutrition experts and dieticians often say that green coloured vegetables should be included in the regular diet to lead a healthy life. Similarly, fruits and vegetables that are yellow in colour too should be eaten as they are loaded with all the essential vitamins and nutrients. Yellow, which is extremely pleasant to the eyes, is often hailed as the colour of sunshine and happiness. Consuming yellow fruits and vegetables improves your immunity and gives you super soft and glowing skin.

Yellow coloured foods are storehouses of carotenoids and bioflavonoids. These, when combined with the anti-oxidants keep away diseases. They also prevent destruction of free radicals and help ease inflammation.

The bioflavonoids that are yellow in colour is called vitamin P. These break down vitamin C and maintain the youthful look of the skin. They help in the production of collagen which keep your skin look young forever.

Yellow coloured foods like capsicum and pineapple contain potassium. Meanwhile, lemons and mangoes are rich sources of vitamin C. These are excellent to improve the immunity and make the skin radiant. Besides, they strengthen bones and joints and control the cholesterol and blood pressure levels as well. Vitamin C is amazing for the health of hair and improves dental health.

It is important to include yellow fruits and vegetables in the daily diet as much as possible. Banana, pineapple, yellow capsicum, lemon and mangoes are all yellow coloured food that could be easily included in the diet.

Banana has lots of health benefits including shedding of body weight. Meanwhile, pineapple is excellent for digestion and reduces inflammation. The yellow capsicum is rich in fibres, folate, iron and anti-oxidants. Consuming lemon improves the metabolic activities and prevents kidney stones. The ripe mangoes improve the health of the eyes by preventing cataract and macular degeneration. Mango, which contains cicantin, is considered one of the healthiest fruits.

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