In Season

 Fruits
ApricotsApricots  Summer – June till August

Apricot is an orange color fruit which contains seed in it. It is somewhat like peach. Apricots are normally dried, ripe into pastry or used as jam. It is fine to consume apricots before meal as it is tremendous in digestion. It is also used as a medicine for fever. Mix a honey with apricots, mineral water to get relaxed from fever to get relaxed from fever.

Blueberries

Blueberries  Summer- June till August

Fresh blueberries can be bought from the month of May till October. The amazing nutrients in blueberries can be remitted by storing them in cool place. After purchasing don’t forget to keep in a refrigerator. A blueberry contains vitamin A vitamin C and vitamin E. It is also loaded with a lot of minerals such as potassium, manganese, and magnesium. They are rich in fiber and less in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium

CantaloupeCantaloupe  Summer – June till August

Cantaloupe has lusciously rich flavor, fragrance and minimal number of calories. It is also referred to as a netted melon because it has a rib less rind with a distinct netted skin. It is generally eaten as a fresh fruit, as a salad, or custard, or as a dessert with ice cream. It almost contains large quantity of vitamin A, C and B6 among various other nutrients. Cantaloupe fruit is most helpful to prevent lung cancer.

CherriesCherries  Summer – June till August

Cherry is a fleshy stone fruit. Cherries taste best consumed “humid” from the tree. Cherries have a powerful pain relief benefits especially for runners and other athletes. It also has a considerable impact on relieving muscle and joint discomfort more quickly. Both sweet and sour cherries have tremendously short shelf lives and should be handled gently to reduce staining and rust.

Grapes

Grapes  Summer – June till August

Select plump, brightly colored berries that remain tightly in the vine when the bunch is shaked. Store unwashed grapes in an airtight container in the refrigerator up to a week. Grapes are good source of Vitamin A.

Honeydew MelonHoneydew Melon Summer – June till August

Honeydew is a part of the melon family which is slightly oval in shape. It is the sweetest of every melon when ripe. The edible portion of honeydew is rich in source of provitamin A, Vitamin C, and potassium and zinc. It’s also helpful to prevent birth defects. It contains abundance of water which keeps us hydrated. When choosing a honeydew melon, come across for a nearly perfect round fashioned melon with a smooth surface.

Honeydew MelonFigs  Summer – June till August

Figs are a large and deciduous shrub. Figs are used to lower and control high blood pressure because they are filled with potassium, a mineral used to control hypertension. It also helps people mislay weight. Figs are good for those with diabetes, breast cancer and also great for post-menopausal women.
NectarinesNectarines   Summer – June till August

Nectarines are basically the same fruit as Peaches, the primary difference is that nectarines are smooth-skinned and peaches are blurry. Nectarines are sweeter, firmer and juicier. It provides a good source of carotenes, flavonoids, potassium and natural sugars. Nectarines are naturally cholesterol free amin C helps to keep up a healthy immune system. It also has a huge source of antioxidants which can help guard the skin from damaging UV rays by counteracting free radical movement.

Mandarin orangesMandarin Orange  Winter – December till February

Mandarin oranges are mostly available during December and January. Select fruits that are unblemished and avoid those with cuts or soft spots. Bright color is not necessarily a sign of quality as it may be dyed and some naturally have green patches even when fully ripe. These can be stored in a cool, dark place for few days, but preferably should be refrigerated. Good source of Vitamin C and Copper.

PeachesPeaches  Summer – June till AugustPeaches that have a white flesh are generally sweet and have very little acidity. It is enormously rich in vitamin A and potassium and makes the skin healthy and also adds color to the complexion. Use of peaches, on a normal basis, can keep your bowel movements regular and also prevent straining. Intake of peaches helps in the removal of worms from the intestinal tract.
PearPears  Winter – December till February

Pears fruit is almost sweet juicy yellow or green fruit and rough in texture with a rounded figure. It contains much water in it that was fresh when consumed. Pear fruits are always good for skin and have plenty of fibers. Vitamin k is rich in pears fruit which helps blood clotting process and also has the likely to prevent the body from a case of severe diseases such as stroke and heart disease. It is also useful for those who are allergic to foods or food bigotry due Pears also turn out to be one of the fruits that can withstand an allergic response to a food.

PersimmonsPersimmons  Winter – December till February

Persimmon fruits are almost shiny, round and tough-skinned. They become fully grown from September to October, generally after the tree has lost its leaves. Sweet and yummy persimmon fruits are rich in health promoting nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants that are imperative for most advantageous health. Persimmons are rich in vitamin-C and helps body develop resistance against contagious agents and forage harmful, pro-inflammatory free radicals. Dried persimmon fruits are used in cakes, cookies, puddings, salads and as a topping for banquet cereal.

PlumsPlums  Summer – June till August

Plums have a flabby, round shape, very soft and shiny. Plums fruits are rich in dietary fiber, which in turn proves helpful in improving the digestive system. It almost contains vitamin c which is good for the body tissue and also for the immune system. It is helpful to prevent flu and colds and can even avoid the cholesterol from getting rusty. Plums fruits are mainly used to prevent diseases like colon cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and asthma.

PomegranatePomegranate  Winter – December till February

Pomegranate has gained a great pact of fame over the years. It has a citrus taste and is very juicy. There are lots of drinks and even foods that are prepared with the pomegranate fruit. Pomegranates have favorable effect on strokes and heart disease as it helps in lowering of bad cholesterol. It helps to prevent premature ageing as they help in slowing down the formation of wrinkles in one’s skin. Also scientists have proved that eating of pomegranates can be valuable in protecting oneself from skin cancer.

Red-GrapesRed Grapes Winter – December till February

Red grapes are the cause of one of the most excellent wines and also an amazing tasting fruit. It also contains 80 percent of water. By Consuming red grapes with the skin we get extreme health benefits. Red grapes are available as fresh fruit as well as juice. When we are buying grapes it is much better to buy with seeds. Red grapes help to control cholesterol, prevent from heart attacks and reduce fever.

RhubarbRhubarb  Winter – December till February

Rhubarb is in fact a vegetable, not a fruit. But we generally treat it as a fruit, because of its high acidity, but in some cultures they use it as vegetable in savory dishes. It is a comparative of buckwheat and has a sour, earthy flavor. Hothouse Rhubarb is one of the kinds of Rhubarb that you generally see in stores during the winter, will contain lighter-colored stalks and had less sour.

Sweet OrangesSweet Orange  Winter – December till February

Sweet orange is a fruit which is liked by most the adults. Medicines are made with the peel and juice of sweet oranges. The peel of sweet oranges is used for coughs, colds, breast cancer. It is also used as tonic. Juices are used for the treatment of kidney stones, high cholesterol, and prevention of blood pressure. Stroke can be reduced by the intake of sweet orange juice.

StrawberriesStrawberries   Spring – March till May

Strawberries are aggregates comprises of several small fruits. Strawberries are delicious and nutrient-rich fruit. It efficiently prevents the oxidation process in the body for free radicals. It also handles the heat, tighten the skin and prevent leukemia. It also has the effect of growth and curbs the happening of malignant tumors.

WatermelonWatermelons  Summer – June till August

Watermelon fruit is very large, smooth and the edible part is usually red pinkish color. Watermelon is the yummy, flavored fruit and it contains 90% water that we usually have during summer in sort to keep our bodies hydrated and re-energized. Watermelon is rich in vitamins and minerals. It gives energy production, fights heart disease, and reduces the risk of cancer.