Fiber In Nectarines

Fiber In Nectarines


As a relative of peach fruits, nectarines have a sweet juicy taste along with multiple vitamins and nutrients. Its excellent flavor makes it a great source for a lot of food. Also, they are rich in dietary fibers which can bring great benefits for human body. Generally a single nectarine contains more than two grams of fiber which account for more than 5 percent of the recommended dietary intake for a human body.


Consumption of adequate dietary fiber can bring great benefits for the health. Although you are not likely to consume a large amount of fiber via three meals in a day, consumption of some nectarines or other fruits can help you to increase the intake of those nutrients. The best benefits of dietary fiber are to maintain the functionality of your digestive system including the stomach and intestines. It can lower the risk of constipation and other intestine disorders. Also, they can greatly lower the cholesterol level in your body, and thus lower the risk of heart diseases.

Apart from dietary fibre, nectarines also contain other type of nutrients including multiple vitamins and antioxidants. They can effectively protect the cells in your body from being damaged and have anti-aging effects as well. A nectarine contains 1 milligrams of Vitamin E which is about 5 percent of the recommended daily intake. Also, nectarines also contain other nutrients such as Vitamin A & K and Iron. To boost the health of your body, you can consume one or two nectarines each day along with some cereals meals to complement the intake of dietary fibre.

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