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Superfruits: (Top 20 Fruits Packed with Nutrients and Phytochemicals, Best Ways to Eat Fruits for Maximum Nutrition, and 75 Simple and Delicious Recipes for Overall Wellness)

Superfruits: (Top 20 Fruits Packed with Nutrients and Phytochemicals, Best Ways to Eat Fruits for Maximum Nutrition, and 75 Simple and Delicious Recipes for Overall Wellness)

 
By: By: Paul M. Gross

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Year: 2009
Pages: 241
Language: English
Published: McGraw-Hill

This book was a refreshing change to the hype that surrounds the claims for many fruits that claim to be super. The criteria for inclusion in this list rests on more than claims made by a company to sell its latest and greatest find. I have seen the hypre for years and had even been drawn to items like the ORAC score to help determine which fruits are better than others. The criteria that Dr. Gross uses to judge whether a fruit is truly super is well-balanced and cuts through the marketing noise and gives the reader a more informed reason for choosing one fruit over another. I was pleasantly surprised to see mango as the #1 superfruit and one of my favorites, acai, was at #19. I now add more mango to my daily ration of fruit. As someone who works in the smoothie industry, I am always looking for which fruits pack the highest and best nutrient density so I can inform my customers. This book gives me great information to share and to use in my daily pursuit of delicious fruit to eat.

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