Apples are quick, easy and convenient - a fruit that you
can eat anywhere, anytime. They help stop you getting ill and can help prevent cancer
are full of goodness. They give you energy and keep your body strong, meaning they're a snack that is healthy and filling.
And because they're soft, they are easy to digest - making them a perfect food for weaning and perfect for when you're
in a rush.
For a healthy start in the morning, try adding slices of banana to a bowl of cereal.
are one of the best sources of vitamin C - which helps you to stop getting ill. They are also very good for your eyes and
bones, and contain folic acid, which is very important if you're pregnant.
You can eat oranges segment by segment
or cut them into quarters.
are good for your heart and your digestion. They also give you energy.
You can eat them just as they are - like you would
eat an apple - or cut them into chunks.
are one of Britain's favourite fruits. They're sweet, tasty, easy to prepare and very healthy. Strawberries are good for your
heart, blood and bones.
Preparing strawberries couldn't be easier - just remove the stalk and eat!
not suitable for small children as they can cause allergic reactions.
are a great healthy snack - they're especially good for your teeth and bones.
To prepare, simply cut around the stone
in the middle and the peach will come away in two halves.