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> Top 14 Superfruits: the Powerful Health Benefits of Super Fruits

Top 14 Superfruits: the Powerful Health Benefits of Super Fruits


Do you have an occasion coming up? Are you scrambling for the perfect gift? Snowgoose’s fruit baskets offer the ideal solution. Appropriate for any occasion, these luxurious hampers come brimming with the finest produce Australia has to offer. Our products are home-grown by artisans committed to the art of producing healthy and delicious fruit. Combined with chocolatewine or cheese in our gorgeous handmade hampers, our gift baskets blend luxury, elegance and health to make your loved one feel truly adored.

We offer over 30 stunning hampers to suit any occasion or as a sumptuous treat for someone special. Try our “Mixed Fruit, Bubbly and Belgian Chocolates” as a thank-you present, or our “Cherry, Cheese and Veuve” for a summer picnic.

 Nothing says “I love you” quite like fruits. Fruits are not only delicious, but it’s also zero fat, zero cholesterol and chock-full of essential vitamins and minerals. Snowgoose’s fruits are also “superfoods,” meaning a food that is rich in nutrients and promotes health and well-being. A diet rich in fruits will help you lose weight, increase your energy level, and keep your mind and body in tip-top shape.

Superfood #1: Bananas

A banana is basically a yellow health supernova. Bananas are renowned for providing a quick boost of energy, just what you need before a workout or to shake off that midafternoon slump. They’re packed with fibre and vitamins, especially potassium, vitamin C and vitamin B-6. Vitamin B-6 helps the brain produce serotonin, which alleviates depression. Since bananas also contain the protein tryptophan, a known mood enhancer, bananas can make you feel good as well as look good. So next time you’ve got the boyfriend blues reach for a banana before the ice cream. Before you know it, you’ll be off the couch and up and running again!

Superfood #2: Apples

Who knew that an apple a day really does keep the doctor away? Because they contain compounds called flavonoids, apples are among the very few foods that have actually been help proven to prevent certain diseases such as breast, lung, colon and liver cancer as well as Alzheimer’s, asthma and cardiovascular disease.

Superfood #3: Mangoes

These tasty treats provide up to three times of the recommended daily intake of vitamins A and C, boosting your immune system and increasing energy. Mangoes also decrease signs of aging, as they assist in cellular growth and repair. Forget that expensive facial, have a mango instead!

Superfood #4: Passionfruit

This delicious and healthy snack is full of iron, which assists your body to absorb its plentiful vitamin C. Passionfruit is a great treat for all those mommies-to-be out there as they protect both you and your little bump from infection.

Superfood #5: Pears

Pears contain a type of fibre called pectin, which slows digestion and is especially good for weight loss. The folate in pears helps to prevent certain birth defects such as spina bifida, so gobble them down if you’re expecting!

Superfood #6: Peaches

These scrumptious snacks are an excellent source of vitamins A and C as well as minerals such as potassium, fluoride and iron. Because they contain a bounty of antioxidants, peaches keep the skin clear and slow down the aging process. Peaches are excellent in smoothies, so keep an eye out for recipes that will make you look and feel fantastic.

Superfood #7: Kiwifruit

Kiwifruit contains 64 mg of vitamin C, making it one of the best sources of vitamin C out there. Since collagen relies on vitamin C, you can munch your way toward beautiful skin. Studies have shown that kiwifruit can help insomniacs by hastening sleep onset. So before you buy that expensive eye cream or pop a sleeping pill, try some delicious kiwifruit instead.

Superfood #8: Oranges

Every one one knows that oranges are excellent sources of vitamin C. But did you also know that oranges can make you smarter? Oranges contain polyphenols, which help keep your brain active and alert. They’re also full of B vitamins to give you an energy boost. So have an orange for breakfast and go to work energetic and full of brilliant ideas!

Superfood #9: Nectarines

Nectarines may look like peaches, but they actually contain even more vitamins and minerals. The ascorbic acid in nectarines fights infection and repairs cartilage and bones, making them ideal for athletes. The bright red colour of nectarines comes from their abundant beta carotene, which is important for healthy skin, teeth and bones.

Try our delicious recipe for roasted nectarines as a sweet and healthy breakfast to start your day. 

Superfood #10: Papayas

Papayas are stuffed with vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, C and E as well as dietary fibre, folate, calcium, iron, riboflavin and important antioxidants. They also contain anti-inflammatory agents used to treat arthritis, sports injuries and colds. Additionally, papayas are considered to be a powerful aphrodisiac. So take your sweetie on a papaya picnic, it might be more fun than you could imagine!

Superfood #11: Plums

Enjoy a plum on a hot summer’s day, and get all the great health benefits plums have to offer. If you’re having tummy trouble, try a plum; they contain fibres that will clear you right up. Plums can also destroy breast cancer cells and are full of antioxidants that improve memory. They can also do a great deal to protect the cells in your body from damage due to aging, cancer, and other conditions. Plums also contain high levels of vitamin C, flavonoids, and beta carotene. Prunes make great healthy snacks since you can grab a handful and eat them on the go.

Superfood #12: Apricots

Apricots are stuffed full of beta-carotene and antioxidants. They also contain nutrients such as carotenoids and xanthophylls, which improve night vision and put the brakes on age-related eyesight issues. Apricots also contain catechins, which are potent anti-inflammatory agents.

Superfood #13: Grapes

Grapes are mostly carbohydrates, which keep your body energized and your brain sharp. Their low-glycaemic index keeps hunger at bay and helps you feel full for longer. Sliced in half, they make great finger food for children, as they’re chock-full of vitamins and minerals, and they keep those little tummies feeling satisfied.

Superfood #14: Avocado

Most people think an avocado is a vegetable, but it actually is a fruit and does belong on this list. As a fruit with high amounts of monounsaturated fat, avocados can lower bad cholesterol numbers and raise good cholesterol at the same time. Avocados also contain Folate, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, & potassium that help the body absorb heart healthy essentials in other items you may eat.

So for your next occasion, turn to Snowgoose for a gift that lets them know how much you care. Give them luxury. Give them health. Give them Snowgoose.

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