This seasonal fruit ripens in January and is jam-packed with beneficial and protective nutrients and plant compounds which have antioxidant properties,, including lycopene.
A medium pear is a good source of vitamin C. This fruit also packs in some potassium, vitamin K, copper, magnesium and B vitamins.
Add pomegranates to your winter diet and enjoy the health benefits and the sweet-sour taste of every scrumptious seed.
This wouldn’t be a robust list of winter fruits without the orange. You are going to want to make oranges, and any other citrus produce for that matter, your go-to snack food.
Potassium is also needed to maintain a healthy balance of water in cells, and offsets the effects of excess dietary sodium.
You can use the cranberries served during Thanksgiving as a springboard into adding this winter fruit to your diet at least once a week.
Pineapple is chock full of vitamin C and manganese, a nutrient that helps in the formation of bones and regulation of blood sugar.
The persimmon is a fruit that might not be on your radar no matter the season, but you’ll want to quickly get acquainted with this superfood fast.
This Chinese gooseberry is a brown, fuzzy, egg-sized fruit with bright green flesh. Kiwis are flavorful, healthy, and unique.
From vitamin B, which maintains red blood cell count, to antioxidants, which help ward off diseases, the apple might just keep you out of the doctor’s office this winter.