"Blueberries, blackberries, strawberries or raspberries - all types are rich in antioxidants, vitamins and fibre. A 100-g portion of fresh mixed berries contains just 67 calories.
Apart from being a powerhouse of vitamin C, oranges are rich in flavonoids that stimulate detoxification of carcinogens in the liver. Orange segments contains around 57 calories
Red grapes in particular are packed with fibre, vitamins C and K, and powerful antioxidants, apart from being low in calories. A cup of grapes contains around 67 calories.
Apples help lower risk of death from heart disease and are loaded with vital vitamins associated with anti-inflammatory effects. A cup of slices apples has around 57 calories
Papayas are an excellent source of fibre, vitamin C. One cup of papaya helps improve digestion and prevent constipation. Around 100-g of the fruit contains only 39 calories
Melons are rich in beta-carotene and vitamin A, apart from being nutrient-dense and an excellent source of hydration. A 100-g portion of diced melons contains around 34 calories.
Kiwi is a nutrient-dense fruit loaded with vitamin C, strengthening the immune function, collagen synthesis, and skin health. A 100-g portion of sliced kiwi contains around 60 calories.
Cherries are packed with fibre, and vitamins and help lower the risk of stroke and heart disease. A 100-g portion of cherries without pits contains around 50 calories