This sweet stone fruit is high in Vitamin A to help protect your vision and Vitamin C to boost your immune system. They also contain antioxidants to help prevent free radical damage.
Highly seasonal, raspberries are rich in Vitamin C and polyphenols which have been linked with reducing the risk of Cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Strawberries help burn stored fat, thanks to the anthocyanins that give them their red colour. They also ease inflammation, promote bone health and lower the risk of heart disease.
Mango is not only rich in fibre and antioxidants, but it’s also one of the fruit world’s richest sources of vitamin A, vitamin C and minerals like potassium, calcium, and phosphorus.
A fast-acting source of energy full of potassium, antioxidants, amino acids and fructooligosaccharides, which stimulate the growth of friendly bacteria in the intestine.
Capsaicin – the active compound in Cayenne – appears to increase metabolism through a process called diet-induced thermogenesis, where the body produce more heat so burns more calories. A 2013 study found those eating capsaicin and medium-chain triglyceride oil for breakfast, burned 51% more calories. Moreover, a 2009 study even suggested that capsaicin could reduce production of the hunger hormone, ghrelin, helping us feel fuller whilst eating less.