Research shows that some types of fruit have higher amounts of antioxidants. For the human body, this means less free radicals. Lower risk of developing cancerous diseases.
Fresh Figs — Six fresh figs contain 891 milligrams of potassium. Potassium is great for regulating blood pressure. This is 20% of the total daily recommended dose. Figs are one of the best sources of calcium. Six figs contain calcium as fields of a cup of skim milk. You can eat figs with yogurt, sheep cheese, lettuce or oatmeal.
Guava – one cup of guava contains almost five times more vitamin C than oranges. Vitamin C is crucial in collagen production. One cup of guava will satisfy more than 100% of the daily recommended dose of vitamin C. Guava is a fruit that protects against pathogens (staphylococci). The antioxidant action of guava is as powerful as the antioxidant action of broccoli or blueberries.
Papaya-Scientists have found that papaya contains compounds powerful for the prevention of lung cancer. Papaya is an excellent source of lycopene. There is currently no prescribed and recommended daily dose of papaya (lycopene). Studies say that increased lycopene intake can reduce the risk of developing various types of cancer (cancer of the stomach, prostate and endometrium). You can apply papaya to the skin surface for burns. The enzyme papain accelerates the healing process of wounds and burns (skin).