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Some fruits are more loaded with vitamins and nutrients
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Name four temperate fruits that are a shoo-in when it comes to nutrition. Giving up? Here's a very short list of fruit must-haves.

Apples. Apples are rich in vitamins and fibers which are good for digestion. Be sure to eat the skin though (was them thoroughly first!) As most of the nutrients are found there.

Oranges. Aside from fiber, oranges are rich in vitamin C, a veritable cure-all to most diseases as some people contend. So eat as is or drink as juice.

Bananas. They are considered the most complete of fruits as they contain most of the vitamins and nutrients the body needs. This is also the reason why eating a banana is good if you are in a rush and why athletes are admonished to eat bananas when training, as it is a ready meal. It is also rich in phosphorus.

Strawberries. This fruit is rich in folate and other vitamins. Also some studies actually indicate that this fruit may protect the body from cancer.

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