All of these fruits are quite high in calories, says nutritionist Tarasco, due to a large number of simple carbohydrates, and you shouldn’t abuse them.
“All fruits have approximately the same composition. Carbohydrates are represented by glucose, fructose, and a large number of vitamins: vitamins C, B, potassium, magnesium, calcium, zinc, and other trace elements. But still, they are quite high in calories due to a large number of simple carbohydrates, and you don’t need to abuse them, 1-2 fruits a day is enough,” the expert says.
Speaking of traditional fruits in the winter season, Tarasco has compiled the top 3:
They can be conveniently stored frozen or dried while retaining a large amount of potassium, magnesium, and vitamins. In addition, apricot has a mild stimulating effect on the intestines.
Due to a large amount of fiber, potassium, and carbohydrates, it is an ideal snack. Tryptophan contained in them is a substrate for the synthesis of the hormone of joy – serotonin.
Pomegranate is good because it retains its healing properties for a long time (almost all winter) due to its structure. Pomegranate juice is rich in iron, magnesium, vitamin C, and various biologically active substances – bioflavonoids. Its bark also has a healing effect: anti-inflammatory and wound healing.