Nutrition Myths

Tag - Fruit

Is too much fruit bad for you?

Is too much fruit bad for you?

There are no studies showing a limit for daily fruit intake. Increasing the amount of fruit consumption improves health, but you should always leave room for other food groups for a balanced diet.

Low fructose fruits

Low fructose fruits

The amount of fructose in fruit varies greatly from 1% for berries to 10% for tropical fruit. The following is a list of over 30 fruits ordered from the high to low fructose contents.

Ovary and Ovules

Ovary is the female organ (reproductive part) of a flower which turns into a mature fruit after fertilization. Ovules are those parts of the plant that turn into seeds and are located inside (attached to) the ovary. There may be one or more ovules...


Fruit are a great source of fiber, vitamins and minerals essential for good health and the prevention of many diseases. Many studies have shown that a diet rich in fruit reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases, stroke and type 2 diabetes and may...


Vegetables are a great source of dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals, energy and phytochemicals. A balanced diet rich in vegetables reduces the risk of many chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, obesity, various types of cancers and type 2...