From apples to Zinfandel grapes, it's easy to pick a favourite among nature's sweet treats

Fruits are delicious and packed with vitamins, minerals, and fibre, making them the healthiest sweet treat around.

Experts advise 1.5-2 cups of fruit every day. And while most of us appreciate this food group, we don't always strike the mark.

Fruit reduces inflammation.

the molecules that combat free radicals and prevent inflammation—are generally found in the nutritional components that give fruits their hues.

 fruit contains phytonutrients that help enhance the immune system, according to Dani Lebovitz, MS, RDN, author of A to Z With Fruits and Veggies.

Fruit wards off chronic disease.

There are several benefits of eating fruit, including a healthy digestive system and the prevention of constipation, according to Gabriel.

Fruit supports a healthy gut.

"Antioxidants in fruit can help postpone skin cell damage by decreasing inflammation and protecting against free radicals," says Lebovitz.

Fruit boosts skin health.

"Eating fruit every day might help you lose weight because most fruits are low in calories and high in fibre," adds Lebovitz. Consume low-sugar fruits like passion fruit and pomegranate.