We all know that eating fruit is good for us, but some are particularly beneficial to our body. These so-called ‘super fruits’ are just what you need when the going gets tough.

Packed with vitamins and healthy sugars that’ll give your body the energy it needs, the five fruits on our list are well worth adding to your diet (and they’re all in our fruit hampers). Without further ado, let’s take a look at five of our favourite superfruits.

Apples

Apples aren’t just tasty, they’re full of goodness. Packed with flavonoid antioxidants, apples can (according to some studies) reduce the risk of contracting heart disease, cancer and other illnesses. What more reason do you need to add them to your diet?

Grapes

Although they’re the smallest fruit on our list, grapes make up for their lack of size with a high concentration of antioxidants. According to the National Library of Medicine, these include caffeic acid, epicatechin, catechin gallate, protocatechuic acid, gallic acid and rutin. The seedless red grapes included in our fruit boxes are among the healthiest varieties out there!

Plums

The benefits of plums become immediately obvious when you look at what they contain. Brimming with vitamin C, provitamin A and antioxidants like hydroxycinnamic acids, plums won’t just give you energy – they’ll help keep your body in tip-top shape.

Avocados

Thanks to the healthy fats, vitamin C and K1, potassium, magnesium, fibre and folate contained within them, avocados can help you control your cholesterol levels and keep weight off. If that doesn’t make avocado a superfruit, we don’t know what does.

Nectarines

Along with a range of antioxidants, nectarines are high in vitamin C and beta-carotene, the latter of which is purported to help reduce the risk of disease.

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