Peaches are healthy, because they are low in calories and contain fiber and vitamins A and C. The fruit is ideal for a snack, dessert or addition to meals. More »

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The majority of peaches grown in the United States come from California, although peaches are grown elsewhere, including Georgia, South Carolina, Washington, Pennsylvania, Louisiana and New Jersey. Peach trees require so... More »

A peach is best picked when it separates easily from the tree. If it is difficult to pull from the branch, it is not ripe. Unlike other fruits, peaches do not continue to ripen once picked, so it is very important to wai... More »

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Apples are free of fat, sodium and cholesterol, contain about 17 percent of the daily recommended intake of fiber and 11 percent of the daily recommended intake of vitamin C. Apples contain 80 to 95 calories in average-s... More »

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One medium raw apple with the skin intact contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, E and K. Apples are also good sources of fiber, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc and niacin. Apples are naturally fat free, sodium free ... More »

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One medium prickly pear cactus fruit is about 40 calories and is a good source of vitamin C, fiber and antioxidants. The prickly pear is low in sodium, fat and sugar. More »

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In 1/2 cup of cooked black beans, there is a net carbohydrate count of 13 grams as well as 8 grams of fiber and protein and 114 units of calories. Black beans can be purchased canned or dried, and they are also a type of... More »

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