Hydrating Fruit Plate

Article written and reviewed by Jamie Koonce, DACM, L.Ac, Dipl.OM
Published September 13, 2018

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The wide array of polyphenols, anthocyanins, and vitamins found in berries and mangoes can help improve your insulin sensitivity, fight inflammation, and make your skin glow! Enjoy this hydrating, sweet, and tart fruit plate any time you need a boost. Recipe and photo by Jose Tejero from www.reversingT2D.com.

Hydrating Fruit Plate

Yields1 ServingCategory, ,
Prep Time20 minsCook Time10 mins

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 1 medium mango
 2 kiwis
 1 pt blueberries
 ½ lb strawberries
 1 cup spinach

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1

Rinse all your fruit.

2

Slice the mango and kiwi.

3

Place all ingredients onto a big plate.

4

Optional: Sprinkle chia seeds, cinnamon, or other spices on your fruit.

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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 full recipe

Servings 1


Amount Per Serving
Calories 355
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 2.5g4%
Total Carbohydrate 88g30%
Dietary Fiber 14g57%
Protein 6g12%

Vitamin A 121%
Vitamin C 479%
Calcium 12%
Iron 14%
Vitamin B6 29.5%
Folate 61%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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Ingredients

 1 medium mango
 2 kiwis
 1 pt blueberries
 ½ lb strawberries
 1 cup spinach

Directions

1

Rinse all your fruit.

2

Slice the mango and kiwi.

3

Place all ingredients onto a big plate.

4

Optional: Sprinkle chia seeds, cinnamon, or other spices on your fruit.

Hydrating Fruit Plate

About the author 

Jamie Koonce, DACM, L.Ac, Dipl.OM

Jamie Koonce, DACM, L.Ac, Dipl.OM is the Digital Content Manager at Mastering Diabetes. She holds a Doctorate degree in Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology & Anthropology from Hendrix College, and Certification in Plant-Based Nutrition through eCornell. Jamie has been enjoying a plant-based lifestyle since 1999. In addition to writing at Mastering Diabetes, she teaches continuing education courses to other health professionals on the science behind a low-fat, plant-based, whole-food lifestyle for specific medical conditions.