1. TADGOLA ( ALSO KNOWN AS ICE APPLE):
Tadgolas have a good balance of micronutrients like sodium and potassium, which helps in maintaining the fluid and electrolyte balance in the body. This property of tadgolas is especially helpful during the summer to prevent dehydration and fatigue. Ice Apple or Tadgola is often used in ancestral therapy for curing digestion problems. You can eat a lot of this fruit and derive its benefits in keeping away from all the digestion problems. It’s also a very beneficial fruit for pregnant ladies.
The fruit is rich in phytochemicals and is known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Among other benefits of the fruit, are the benefits of slowing down the effects of aging, lowering the risk of heart disease, cancer, reducing mortality from several cardiovascular diseases, preventing arterial clotting, etc.
Jamun or Black plum is an important summer fruit, associated with many health and medicinal benefits. The black plum is known to relieve stomach pain and diuretic. Jamum’s polyphenolic compounds are effective against cancer, heart diseases, diabetes, asthma and arthritis
Richest in vitamin A, vitamin C, beta carotene and antioxidant
One cup of diced mango contains:
1 gram protein.
0.5 grams of fat.
25 grams of carbohydrate (24 grams of sugar and 3 grams of fiber)
100 percent of the daily need for vitamin C.
35 percent of vitamin A.
20 percent of folate.
10 percent of vitamin B-6.
Try and include at least 3 varieties of fruit in a week to get maximum benefits from all the seasonal and locally available fruits.
Stay healthy and blessed!