I’m not sure how anyone else feels about it, but my day does not start until that first cup of coffee is in my hand, on its way to my mouth. Seriously, my children have learned that even though Mama loves them more than anything else in the whole world, the first thing I want to hear in the morning is my coffee maker, nothing, nor no one else.
Last week we started a series about foods which help fight the fat in your diet. This week, we are featuring five fruits which are exceptionally rich in antioxidants that they are dubbed as the new ‘superfruits’.
Just like apples, Asian pears are juicy, crunchy, with an almost buttery, grainy texture which melts in the mouth when you eat it. This is the second item in our list for the fruits which are dubbed as the new ‘superfruits’ due to their rich antioxidant content.
We have come to the final entry in our ‘superfruits’ series. For the past week, we have been featuring foods which are superbly rich in antioxidants. They are a great substitute for the common fruits which are easily available in our food basket – including apples, grapes and oranges.
Papaya is the fourth entry in our ‘superfruits‘ series – which are rich in antioxidants. These luscious, exotic and delicious fruits are a great substitute for watermelon – I personally prefer the sweet taste of ripe papayas than the watery texture of watermelon.
“Contains AntiOxidants” has become a promotional marketing slogan that is raking in millions of dollars for companies that sell everything from bottled water to lip sticks. And consumers will consume things that carry that slogan, even if they have no idea what an antioxidant actually is, or why they might need some.
It’s the third entry for our ‘superfruits’ series – and this week we are featuring anti-oxidant rich fruits which are a good substitute for the common food items that we eat today.