Blueberries are one of the richest sources of anthocyanins, phytochemical compounds that give fruits and vegetables their blue, purple, and, red coloring and are effective antioxidants that fight the free radicals that damage cells.
It may be true what they say about an apple a day. After all, nutrition research has consistently associated eating apples with a host of health benefits.
Grapefruit is rich in a host of healthy nutrients like vitamin C, inflammation-fighting magnesium, blood-pressure-lowering potassium, and dietary fiber.
Pomegranate juice and the fruit's pink seeds are rich in potassium, a mineral associated with a reduced risk of stroke due to its ability to keep blood pressure in a healthy range.