We all have different tastes and flavors when it comes to smoothies. A sweet blend you like might be disliked by your neighbors. Your friends love sweet juices that you might hate getting into your tongue.
Whatever the ingredients we all like to drinks, there are corresponding nutrients that we can get to all of those green and fruity flavor that we love to throw into that blender or juicer.
As a smoothie ninja, I made this research list of all the naturally sweet ingredients available to the market and what we can get into it.

Apples

Rich in phytonutrients called polyphenols, as well as antioxidants. This fruit help regulate blood sugar, decrease your risk of asthma, and reduce your odds of developing several types of cancers.

Apricots

Rich in beta-carotene and vitamin A & C, this fruit help fight free radicals that cause eye conditions such as macular degeneration. It also help maintain healthy levels of HDI, the “good” cholesterol.

Beets

Naturally superfood that almost deserve their own book to cover for its amazing heath benefits! Great source of beta-carotene, phytonutrients, manganese, and vitamin C. It help keep your heart, eyes, and nerves healthy. “Betalain” a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory unique to beets that is good for cellular detoxification.

Blackberries

A health superstars rich in phytonutrients called tannins, as well as copper, folate, magnesium, manganese, potassium, and vitamin C, E, and K. A good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which help keep our brain and heart healthy.

Cantaloupes

Full of nutrients and antioxidants as beta-carotene, folate, potassium, magnesium, and vitamins A, B1, B6, C, and K. This fruit adds a delicious sweetness to our juice and protect us from a host of agues and illnesses, including macular generation, emphhysema, fatigue, irregular blood sugar, low metabolism, stroke, heart disease, immune weakness, and cancer.

Carrots

Great source of vitamin A, beta-carotene, the entire B complex of vitamins, calcium, manganese, molybdenum, phosphorus, and potassium. The nutrients antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory properties help maintain eye health and promote good cardiovascular health. It protect us from cancer, prevent signs of aging, and do wonders to our hair, nails, skin.

Cranberries

Full of antioxidants and good for our kidnes, it also has anti-inflammatory properties. Nutrients include manganese, the antioxidant and anti-aging kingpin resveratrol and vitamin C, E, and K.

Grapes

An antioxidant that has full of nutrients like manganese, potassium, vitamins C, B1, B6, and K. Grapes help protect us from breast, colon, and prostate cancers, cardiovascular disease, irregular blood sugar levels, and cognitive decline.

Honeydews

Good source of vitamin A, potassium, vitamin C, copper, and B vitamins, including niacin and thiamin. Honeydew is great for helping our body detoxify, and protect us from cardiovasucalar disease, infection, skin damage caused by oxidation and collagen loss, several types of cancer, and eye disorders like macular degeneration.

Kiwifruits

Kiwi has more vitamins C than oranges, calcium, and minerals. This fruit helps to lower blood pressure, promoting circulatory health, protecting our DNA from oxidation, and reducing the risk of respiratory issues.

Oranges

Great source of vitamin C as we all know. Orange also has calcium, potassium, vitamins A and B1, and several phytonutrients like anthocyanins, flavanones, polyphenols, and hydroxycinnamic acids. This fruit help lower blood pressure, fight off colds and flu. Protect us from diseases like lung and stomach cancers, arthritis, and atherosclerosis.

Papayas

Tons of vitamin C and are rich in vitamin A, beta-carotene, folic acid, pantothenic acids, folate, potassium, magnesium, and vitamins E and B. Promotes heart health, good vision, a healthy immune system. Prevents colon cancer, arthritis, and asthma.

Pears

Pears are more easily tolerated by people with food allergies, and it promote good eye health. This fruit has phytonutrients and are great source of vitamin C and vitamin K, which is used by our body for effective blood clotting and to maintain bone health.

Pineapples

Pineapple contains the enzyme bromelain as well as manganese, copper, folate, and vitamins B6 and C, which help keep your immune system strong and assist in digestive, eye, and heart health. This fruit is great source of energy because of sugars and B6. The bromelain is an anti-inflammatory that helps protect us from arthritis, cancers, and other inflammation related disease.

Strawberries

Like other berries, strawberries are packed with antioxidants as well as vitamin C, potassium, vitamin K, magnesium, iodine, and omega-3 fatty acids. They are great for heart health, including prevention of atherosclerosis, and they help maintain normal blood sugar leves, as well as protecting you from colon, esophageal, and breast cancers. Strawberries also keep you looking and feeling young by preventing cognitive decline, macular degeneration, arthritis, and digestive issues.

Watermelons

This fruit is largely water, so it yields a considerable amount of juice. Rich in potassium, magnesium, and lycopene, which makes it great for our eyes. It also contains vitamins A and C, and it can help prevent breast, colon, endometrial, lung, protate, and rectal carcers. It gives us energy boost and helps us looking and feeling young because of the amino acids arginine. 

Point of View

Fruits are all healthy source of nutrients that are good to our body. It is all natural ingredients that may help us fight diseases for long life to live. However, let us not forget to take other important element to become healthy like physical exercise and avoiding stress!

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