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Nutritional Value of Blueberry and Olive Fruit

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Nutritional Value of Blueberry and Olive Fruit

Nutritional value of blueberry: Blueberries are deep in color, ranging from blue, maroon and purple. There are around 30 different species of blueberries. Blueberries are sold fresh, dried or are used in a variety of sauces, juice, jellies and jams.

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Nutritional Value of Grapes and Raspberries

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Nutritional Value of Grapes and Raspberries

Nutritional value of grapes: Grapes are small oval green or black colored juicy fruits of a tree. They are sweet and sour in taste.

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Nutritional Value of Lemon and Pear

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Nutritional Value of Lemon and Pear

Nutritional value of lemon: Lemons are small yellow fruits with acidic nature. Lemon juice is used throughout the world in various cuisines to add flavor and taste to foods.

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Nutritional Value of Apricot and Watermelon

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Nutritional Value of Apricot and Watermelon

Apricots: Apricots can be related to the Peach family, and usually they are found first at the arrival of summers. This fleshy fruit with less juice is a rich source of beta-carotene and lycopene. Apricots have a velvet like skin, it's kernels resemble and tastes like Almonds and are used well as their substitute.

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Nutritional Value of Plums and Pomegranates

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Nutritional Value of Plums and Pomegranates

Nutritional value of plum: Plum is one of those fruits which are rich in dietary fiber, effecting in a healthy digestive system. It is being cultivated over the world for jam manufacturing, its dried version 'prune', oil from prune kernels, drinks, pickles, and a popular alcoholic drink Slivovitz originated from Eastern Europe. Plums are often related to Apricots by researchers for the resemblance they noticed.

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Nutritional Value of Pineapple and Grapefruit

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Nutritional Value of Pineapple and Grapefruit

Nutritional value of pineapple: Pineapple is a juicy sweet fruit, which is delicious, healthy and nutritious and can be eaten raw or used in cooking. The fruit is rich in a variety of minerals and vitamins and therefore has numerous health benefits.

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Nutritional Value of Cherry and Strawberry

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Nutritional Value of Cherry and Strawberry

Nutritional value of cherry: Cherry is a bright red colored fruit, which can be eaten fresh. These fruits are found in yellow color as well. Cherries are eaten raw and are also used for flavoring foods and preparation of wine.

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Nutritional Value of Oranges and Mangoes

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Nutritional Value of Oranges and Mangoes

Nutrition facts about orange: Orange is a good source of minerals such as calcium, iron, sodium, copper, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, and sulphur. It also contains traces of chlorine.

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Nutritional Value of Banana and Kiwi

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Nutritional Value of Banana and Kiwi

Nutrition facts about banana: Banana is rich in potassium. It also contains other minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium and phosphorus in large quantities. It is also rich in fibers making it a useful laxative and good for easing constipation.

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Nutritional Value of Avocados and Apples

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Nutritional Value of Avocados and Apples

Avocado and apple are fruits which have good nutritional value and also have various health benefits.

Avocado is also known as Alligator Pear or Butter Fruit.

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