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The Amazing Health Benefits of 8 Summer Fruits

Summer is here! And so is a wide variety of delicious fruits. Check out the amazing health benefits of 8 deliciously amazing fruits.

We all know fruits are a healthy alternative, but are you eating the ones that are best for you?

Each fruit contains certain vitamins and minerals, that may aid to a specific issue and improve certain aspects in your health. In order to make things easier for you, we have selected 8 of the best summer fruits and highlighted their incredible benefits. Keep reading and find out what your fridge should be stocked with this summer.


  1. Cantaloup

    This type melon fruit is known for its enticing aroma and low caloric content. It’s filled up with vitamins A and C and beta-carotene. One of its best qualities is that it reduces stress. Being rich in potassium, snacking on it normalizes the heart beat and a sends supply of oxygen to the brain, leaving you feeling relaxed and focused. You are already craving a slice, aren’t you?
  2. Cherries

    Who doesn’t enjoy a bowl of cherries? This super fruit can improve your sleep, due to the source of melatonin, reduce pain and joint soreness for those of you who love to workout, and prevent diabetes. It’s known for aiding your memory and a great snack or dessert choice if you’re currently watching your weight. Have a handful of cherries everyday to get the best of what they offer.
  3. Pomegranate

    This colorful, unique flavored fruit is a great ingredient for juices and smoothies. However, it’s not just the refreshing qualities that make this fruit a must have. Pomegranate is a good friend to your heart: it reduces cholesterol, improves blood flow and reduces thickening in the arteries. All this with just 8 ounces consumed a day.
  4. Pineapple

    It may put up a challenge when cutting it but it is worth the effort. This popular tropical fruit is packed with vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, and potassium, that can prevent colds and strengthen you bones. Also, it keeps your gums healthy and teeth strong, lowering the risk of them falling out.
  5. Peaches

    Everyone’s favorite juicy fruit is pumped with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. It’s good for your eyesight and your skin, you can even apply it directly on dark circles and wrinkles. But it’s best to savour it, right? Also, peaches fight against toxins and extra pounds. Yes, just like its sister, the nectarines, it’s low in calories, and can make for a delicious, non-fattening sweet treat.
  6. Plums

    This purple fruit is a good way to satisfy your hunger, as an in between meal snack, or satisfy your sweet tooth. Some of the results to eating daily dose of plums include a better memory and stronger bones. What’s more you can have them all year long as plums, the dried version. The latter are a good match for granola and yogurt.
  7. Raspberries

    Just another fruit you can enjoy for breakfast, but not limited to. Raspberries are a time bomb of vitamins, fiber and antioxidants, just ready to explode in your organism. They aid weight loss, prevent cancer and eye sight from muscular degeneration. Here’s a tip: you can freeze them and eat whenever you want because they do not lose their properties. How about it?
  8. Watermelon

    It’s a hassle until you get into your house, considering the 8 to 10 pounds it usually weighs, but one you have a taste you can’t get enough. Imagine biting into a cold slice on a hot July day. Watermelons are full of potassium, antioxidants, carotenoids, carbohydrates, Vitamin A, B6, and C, calcium, thiamin, sodium, healthy protein, and fiber. A couple of slices as day can help prevent heart attacks and diseases, different types of cancer, digestive problems, weak eye sight and hair loss. How about dicing one right now?


    There’s nothing like a fruit summer salad to refresh your senses and give your body that extra boost of vitamins and minerals to keep it healthy and vibrant. Enjoy!

Not Go To Bed Hungry

While staying up late, dinner seems to happen ages ago and pangs of hunger becoming louder, it’s time for bedtime snacks!!!


Almost everyone experiences late-night cravings. Eating at night isn’t all bad if you select light healthy late-night snacks. To satisfy post-dinner cravings one should have a fibrous, low sugar healthy eating plan which not only counters attack the hunger pangs but also have a profound impact on your ability to fall asleep.

Some healthy suggestions one can have on the table are

Whole Grain Crackers and Cheese

Whole grains are a source of fibers and vitamins and cheese add protein, calcium, and fats to it. This healthy combination will satisfy the appetite and help the quick digestion of dinner.

Peanut Butter and Fruit Sandwich

Fruits sweeten a peanut butter sandwich without the added sugar of jam. It brings fiber and antioxidants to the party. Try strawberries, blueberries, apples, or bananas. Banana naturally contains tryptophan and berries are rich in melatonin. Both these induce sleep by interacting with the internal biological clock.

Oatmeal with Nuts and Dried Fruit

 Whole grain oats, nuts, and dried fruit make a comforting and healthy bedtime snack. Nuts and dried fruits are natural candies with minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and proteins. This is the best low sugar combination. After the whole day’s work, it will help to regain the basic nutrients of the body and the best solution for craving.

Cottage Cheese and Fruit

Cottage cheese is an often-forgotten option that’s SUPER high in protein. Top it with peaches, berries, or the classic pineapple with honey for a filling bedtime snack.


Pizza, French fries, Burger Chicken wings, or ice cream are stereotypical suspects which give late-night snacks synonym of junk food. No matter the reason, it’s not good to sleep hungry. So these can be replaced by healthy ones.

Healthy alternative to French Fries

  • Crispy Avocado Fries: Instead of frying potatoes for late-night snacks baked avocado possesses more healthy fats and nutrients than fries.
  • Baked Carrot Fries: When it comes to late-night snacking, getting more nutrients while eating fewer calories carrots are always a good choice. Their carbohydrate content is low so it will serve as a smart choice.

Healthy alternative to Ice Cream

If your stomach cries for ice cream at night, then tackle it with healthy substituents like

  • Sorbet: Fruit-based sorbet fills in for ice cream even in the most pressing snacking occasions.
  • Yogurt with Honey: Scoop some yogurt into a mug and drizzle it with honey. Pop it in the freezer and wait for about 10 minutes. Take it out and enjoy some not-quite-frozen yogurt that will satisfy your need for a creamy frozen treat. Try adding cinnamon, orange slices, and anything else that suits you. It is less creamy and night friendly.


Since it is getting late and you want to sleep after dealing with these cravings so spicy foods should be avoided as it causes indigestion and heartburn. Consuming too much liquid is also not good as it will keep you up by many midnight bathroom visits. Caffeine is a stimulant that makes it more difficult to fall asleep.

Have a sound sleep stomach……!!!

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