The fruit is a food with high nutrient density and low-calorie density, rich in essential nutrients. On this page, you will find the coloring pictures of fruit.
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The most significant component of fruit is water (85-95% depending on the type). The second component is sugar in different forms (fructose, glucose, and sucrose, a fair amount of dietary fiber, vitamins, and mineral salts, contained in considerable quantities.
In acidulous fruit, there are fewer sugars and more organic acids, which contribute to give that more or less sour taste, depending on their quantity.
Citrus fruits belong to this group, as do strawberries, which contain high amounts of vitamin C.
Sugar fruit contains more sugars. Apricots, cherries, and peaches contain a lot of vitamin A. Bananas and apricots have a good potassium content, while phosphorus is found mainly in figs and dates.
Sugar-acidulous fruits, such as pears, apples, plums, and berries, contain fair amounts of both fiber and sugar, vitamins, and minerals. The caloric intake of fruit is around 20-60 Kcal per 100 grams.
Dried nuts (walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, and peanuts) contain a considerable amount of fat, which determines a rather high caloric value than other types of fruit (500 – 600 Kcal/100 g), but also potassium, phosphorus, vitamin B1 and B2.
It is advisable not to consume more than 30 g at a time and not more than a couple of times a week.
Dried fruit (figs, plums, bananas, apples, etc.) has more or less the same characteristics as fresh fruit, but, having lost most of the water, it will be much more caloric. Extremely moderate consumption is recommended.