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Washington & South America
Apple Apple


The old saying, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away," may very well be true. Packed with fiber and antioxidants, the apple is the #1 superfruit that can abso-fruit-ly keep you in tip-top shape!

apricot Apricot


The apricot is actually part of the rose family. This makes the apricot fruit great for skin care, much like its cousin the rose!

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banana Banana


Sore from your workout, hike, or bike ride? Have a banana! With high levels of potassium, the banana can have you feeling great in no time!

blueberry blueberry


The blueberry is known for having the most antioxidants of any other fruit or vegetable. All the health benefits of antioxidants, such as flavonoids, is what makes the nutritional value of blueberries so high and helps keep you looking younger for longer! Isn’t that berry awesome?!

cherry Cherry


The cherry is well known for having amazing anti-inflammatory properties that can boost your immune system and are great for post-workout recovery. With so many types of cherries to choose from, add the cherry fruit to your diet!

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coconut Coconut


Unlike most fruits, coconut is high in fats. No need to worry, the fats found in coconut are good for your body and a great source of energy!

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date Date


With only about 20 calories in one date, the date is also full of antioxidants! Antioxidants like flavonoids, carotenoids, and phenolic acid all give the date its amazing ability to help boost your immune system.

fig Fig


The common fig is easily the richest plant source of vitamins and minerals ranging from vitamin A, vitamin C, Magnesium, and Iron. This is why the fig is considered to be one of nature’s most perfect fruits!

Mexico & India
mango Mango


Many people wonder, "Is mango good for diabetes?" and the answer is yes! The fiber in the mango can aid with balancing blood sugar levels making it a low glycemic fruit.

pear Pear


The pear is known for providing the body with loads of fiber, making the pear fruit great for digestion!

pineapple Pineapple


Did you know that you can get more than all the vitamin C you need in a day from just one cup of pineapple? All that vitamin C will give your body the collagen it needs to keep your hair and skin looking healthy, protect your immune system, and help you absorb iron!

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strawberry Strawberry


The strawberry is known for being high in nutrients while low in calories. The high nutritional value of strawberries is what makes them the perfect fruit to add to your diet and great for weight loss.

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chili Chili


Looking for some vitamin C with a kick? Try a chili pepper. The chili has more vitamin C than an orange!

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cinnamon Cinnamon


The anti-inflammatory properties of cinnamon are believed to aid in a number of ways. Cinnamon may reduce risk for diabetes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure.

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ginger Ginger


While we commonly refer to ginger as "ginger root", it’s actually not a root at all! Technically, ginger is a rhizome meaning "underground stem". With antibacterial properties, ginger is often known as a natural antibiotic!

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cacao Cacao


You may know that chocolate comes from the cacao bean but did you know that this technically makes dark chocolate a vegetable? Now it’s easier to eat your vegetables!

probiotics Probiotics

Probiotics - the actual probiotics

Did you know that there are 10x more probiotics in our body than cells? That’s right! Daily consumption of probiotics can help boost your gut health and mental health. Happy gut = happy mind.

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