5 Fruits that help boost your health!

If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, then these fruits are likely to put them out of business! If you’ve got a niggling muscle pain, or you’re just trying to lose weight- We’ve got a natural solution.

At HOU we use 2 of the 5 fruits mentioned to boost your health because fruits not only fight pollution and disease but also promotes good health.


  1. Going Bananas

It’s time to declare Banana Republic! Make bananas a part of your daily diet for a fruitful year ahead. A great pre-workout snack, as it is high in potassium and low in sodium, they also help lower the risk of high blood pressure and stroke.

The Banoffee HOU is the perfect pre-workout & post-workout snack, packed with ‘good’ carbohydrates, protein, and fibre to keep you feeling full longer and helping kick-start that recovery process after a workout.  


  1. Berrylicious Berries

It’s been said before, but we’ll say it again. Berries are power-packed nutrition capsules. Strawberries and Blueberries contain vitamin-C, fibre, and minerals. They’re low in sugar and definitely the tastiest of fruits. The only ‘K’ that we’re going to accept is the Vitamin-K from berries! On a serious note though, they are also a powerful anti-cancer fruit.

For every serving (100g) of our Mixed Berry HOU, you get 36g of strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries. That’s 1 of 5 portions of Fruit a day! Low in sugar and High in nutrition- HOU could say no?


  1. Pining for Pineapple

The prince of apples! Pineapples are loaded with vitamin C and manganese. Vitamin C contains antioxidants that boost your immune system and is necessary for growth, development and repair of body tissues. While manganese helps with building tissue and bones. So, start looking for a fine-apple!

Our tip: Pineapple contains an enzyme known as bromelain, which aids in reducing pain, swelling, and in breaking down protein. One cup of raw pineapple contains 19g of carbohydrates, which is equivalent to ½ cup of oats. Carbs are an essential component to preserve muscle mass- So use it in your post-workout shake with Mixed Berry HOU for that extra dose of vegan protein and carbs!


  1. Some Pomogranate please!

Trust us when we say- Pom is the bomb! Pomegranates promise some serious health benefits- ranging from improving heart health to preventing diabetes! Studies have shown this power-packed fruit can lower LDL (aka bad cholesterol), maintain blood sugar levels in diabetic patients, acts as a blood thinner, and even inhibit the growth and development of cancerous cells.

Pomo promises the best for health!

Our Tip: You can rely on this ruby red fruit to satisfy your stomach and heart.

Use it as a topping in the Chocolate HOU or as a filling in Vegan Chocolate Tart (ADD LINK)


  1. Calling all Kiwis

The powerhouse of Anti-oxidants, and a natural sleep inducer- The kiwi makes our list of must haves! This small fury fruit is equipped with vitamin A, B6, B12, C, E, and potassium, calcium, iron, and magnesium. If that wasn’t enough, it also contains fat-soluble anti-oxidants and serotonin which helps you sleep better and longer. This is a great fruit that supports weight loss due to its low-calorie count and sugar content and goes one step further to support heart health.

Our Tip: Fresh kiwis contain an enzyme that tends to break down milk protein quickly- Use it in smoothies to make the most of its nutritional value.

 Smoothie recipe:

  • 70g Red Apple (Chopped)
  • 1 Kiwi
  • ¼ of an avocado
  • ¼ cup kefir yoghurt
  • 2 handfuls of spinach
  • 1 small orange
  • 1 Tbsp chia seeds


  1. Blend everything together until creamy.