Tuesday, March 12, 2013


As we prepare for the spring season, we can't help but get excited for the warmer days that are around the corner. However, as the temperature warms, it is essential to keep our bodies strong and vibrant through this seasonal transition. When the weather warms, it is natural that our body temperature (and our entire body chemistry) must shift in various directions in order to maintain a good healthy balance. That said, it is quite possible for our immune system to experience some weakness during these changes; we may experience a battle with some sort of cold, flu or sinus issue. So it is of the utmost importance to eat foods that will help to keep our bodies properly nourished and balanced. 

These three fruits are essential to nourishing and maintaining the body's vitamin, mineral and nutrient content. When we expend energy, we must replenish it on a daily basis. So, these are fruits we need in order to help us stay radiantly healthy throughout the transition.

So without any further delay, here ya go:


I'm pretty sure someone among your family or friends have stressed to you the importance of getting your vitamin-C. And, I'd like to think that it is quite possible they talked your ear off about the vitamin-C content held within a juicy orange: and it's true! Oranges are known to be one of the highest sources of vitamin-C. This highly treasured vitamin is essential in helping to keep the body functioning correctly throughout the cold, sinus, and flu season. In addition, oranges are known to contain fiber, folate, B-vitamins, potassium, calcium, and so much more. 

Filled with vitamin C, B vitamins, magnesium, potassium, protein, iron, calcium and zinc, mangos have many essential vitamins and minerals that are prescribed to keep the body radiantly healthy throughout the transition into the spring season. Also, mangos are excellent for maintaining a good, strong digestive pattern. When digestion becomes stagnant and sluggish, it is easy for the body to become sick or experience a battle with cold or sinus infections of the sort. The nutrition content in mangos will definitely return strength to the body, and potentially help maintain that strength.


This fruit is probably one of my favorites as well! Like the orange, it is one of the highest known sources of vitamin C. It is also known to be filled with beta-carotene (essential for Vitamin-A production in the body), fiber, potassium and many trace minerals and nutrients that act as a great healing agent for the body on all levels. Kiwi is great for removing impurities and ailments in the eyes as well as in the sinus passages. Sometimes, mucous can store itself in your skin and in your hair (deep within the cells). The nutrients of the kiwi (as is the case with many other super fruits) have the possibility and tendency to bond with other nutrients in your body to form super-nutrients and super-vitamins to help destroy and eliminate sicknesses that involve phlegm and mucous of the body! Pretty darn cool ya? (For more on Kiwi, click here: KIWI IS A SUPERFOOD)

So there you have it! These super fruits will easily equip our bodies with the vitamins, nutrients and minerals we need to stay vibrant and strong while transitioning into the spring season. It's very natural for us to experience sickness, but it is good to know the foods that are available to us to help keep our bodies functioning correctly.

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