Weight loss: 5 fruits that help you lose weight

01/6 Include more of these fruits in your diet

Carb intake has always been deemed bad for weight loss, but not when it comes from healthy sources like fruits. Rich in fiber, vitamins and essential nutrients, fruits are one of the best food items that you can include in your diet when trying to shed kilos. The fiber keeps you fuller for a longer time and the fructose content helps to satisfy your sweet tooth. All types of fruits are good for health as they are packed with nutrients and possess some health benefits, but certain fruits are better than others when it comes to weight loss. Here are 5 fruits that you must have more of if you are trying to lose weight.


With just 4 grams of fiber and only 95 calories per serving, apples are one of the best fruits for weight loss. Apples are more satisfying than any other snacks because it takes longer to consume an apple due to its high fiber content. Several studies suggest that apples can support weight loss and even reduce the risk of high cholesterol. The best part is that you can have apples both ways, raw as well as cooked.


Contrary to the popular belief, bananas are not fattening. It is certainly more calorie-dense than many other fruits, but the yellow fruit is also rich in nutrients. Bananas are packed with potassium, magnesium, manganese, fiber, vitamins and numerous antioxidants. Eating a banana every day can help control blood sugar level, reduce the risk of high cholesterol and help in managing a healthy weight.



Berries are considered as nutritional powerhouses. They are low in calories, packed with

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