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Health Benefits Of Apricot (aarhoo) - fruits and benefits -


Apricot is a delicious fruit available worldwide.
following are some benefits of health on the human body.

The apricot fruit has fibre and beta-carotene, an antioxidant that fights against macular degeneration, high cholesterol, diabetes, and obesity.

Because it is high in beta-carotene, apricots have the ingredients to protect eyes from macular degeneration, which is the leading cause of vision loss among adults).

Eating three pieces of apricot fruits provides 12 % of the recommended Daily Value of fibre, which also helps lower cholesterol, control blood sugar, and aid in weight loss.

Apricot has high mineral content,

it is beneficial in cases of malnutrition

it is beneficial in cases of anemia (blood deficiency)

it is good in asthma, bronchitis, TB and other lung diseases

It is high in vitamin A and vision.

that is why it is very helpful in the removal of skin pimples and other skin disorder.

Apricot contains lycopene, this substance can help prevent cancer and help to protect LDL cholesterol from oxidation, which may help prevent heart disease.


  1. Great and informative information, where I used to live I had a apricot tree, knew they were good for you but, I didn't know all of the benefits. Thanks for sharing!


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