Beta-carotene can help strengthen and prolong your vision, and peaches are a rich source of beta-carotene that can improve vision health by increasing circulation of blood throughout the body.
Peaches are awesome for your skin because they’re packed with Vitamin C. They do wonders for helping heal dark circles and wrinkles.
We take in toxins with every meal, and toxins are bad for our kidneys. Peaches have a lot of fiber and potassium that helps reduce kidney-related diseases and lessens the risks of ulcers. It’s also good for digestion.
A large peach has roughly 68 calories and no fat, which makes them a sweet treat to help curb your appetite between meals.
Good source of vitamins
Peaches are a rich source of vitamins, including A, C, E, and K, and minerals, including calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, zinc, and manganese.
Cancer prevention and heart health
Studies have found that the lycopene and lutein in peaches not only helps prevent macular degeneration and some forms of cancer, but it also decreases your risk of heart disease.
Take time this month to enjoy a peach in your daily diet. It's good for your taste buds, easy on your waistline, and excellent for your health. Better hurry though. Peach season won't last much longer.
Healthy Peach Recipes