Fruits and vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet; without however, there are fruits that get fat if you consume them in excess, in addition to damage your cardiovascular health and encourage the development of diabetes.
Oranges, despite being rich in vitamin C and A, in beta carotene and lutein, that help protect the body from degenerative diseases, encourage a weight gain if consumed in excess.
According to Rose, strawberries, raspberries and blueberries can leave you feeling fuller for longer and are packed with antioxidants to boost your intake of vitamins.
This should keep you from reaching for unhealthy snacks!
For its part, the peach is also rich in calories, since by ingesting 150 grams (one piece) consumes 63 calories, so if you consume more than two pieces are favoring overweight.
The Grapefruit, is a super-fruit that can help speed up your metabolism and help you burn those extra calories.
Avoid damaging your body!
If you really want to eat a healthy diet, you should limit the consumption of these fruits that fatten and mix them with vegetables that stimulate your metabolism. And you, how much fruit do you consume per day?