What is the healthiest fruit to eat?
The healthiest fruit to eat is guava.
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Nearly all the fruits and veggies are required. Papayas are excellent for the stomach, bananas are high in Potassium, etc. In veggies leafy greens keep the colon clean! Carrots are good for the eyes, yams are great, especially women because they have naturally occurring estrogen and so on. Bluebe…rries, blackberries, grapes and strawberries top the list for number of antioxidents! All dark leafy greens are great, espically the super food spinach. Try to eat organic if possible. ( Full Answer )
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Berries are extremely healthy, especially blueberries, because they contain lots of antioxidants. Apples are the healthies. Remember a apple a day keeps the doctor away.
vegetables i hate it but it's good for your body and it's full of vitamins and minerals. it also has no fats. :) Spinach actually is the most edible TYPE of food in the world.
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The healthiest things to eat are fruits and vegetables. The healthiest thing to drink is water.
It varies with the bat's native habitat. Their teeth are adapted to feed on a wide variety of fruits or flower nectar.
The relative healthiness of fruit depends largely on what healthymeans in a given situation. Generally, the healthiest fruit willhave lots of fiber, relatively little sugar, and many antioxidantsand vitamins. Berries, applies, and citrus typically are consideredvery nutritious.
Black olives are the healthiest type of olive to eat. This isbecause they contain Hydroxytyrosol, which is linked to cancerprevention and other health-protective nutrients.
Well, this question is a little subjective, as all vegetables have something to offer. But, of course, some vegetables are provide more nutrition than others. If I had to choose, I would say that Kale is the healthiest vegetables you can eat. Lots of vitamins A, K, and C, as well as lots of dieta…ry fiber, protein, phytonutrients, and other trace minerals. Eat a cup a day for maximum health benefits. Carrots, broccoli, garlic, and sweet potatoes tie at a close second, though. ( Full Answer )
human and animals eat fruit . Lark Sparrow . Lark Sparrow: Medium sparrow with streaked, gray-brown upperparts and buff underparts with black breast spot. Head has black, white, and chestnut-brown stripes. Tail is long and black with white edges. Short, fluttering flight, alternates rapid wing …beats with wings pulled to sides.. Lapland Longspur . Lapland Longspur: Medium sparrow-like bird, brown-streaked black back. Underparts are white, streaked black on sides, flanks. Crown, face, and throat are black; nape is red-brown. Broad white stripe from eye to sides of breast. Bill is yellow with dark tip. Tail is long, white edges.. Rustic Bunting . Rustic Bunting: Medium bunting with bright chestnut-brown upperparts streaked with black on back. Throat and belly are white, breast band is cinnamon-brown, and sides and flanks are streaked. Black head has slight crest and thick white eyebrow. The tail is dark brown with white edges.. Smith's Longspur . Smith's Longspur: Medium sparrow, yellow-brown streaked upperparts, black head with white eyebrow and ear patch, and yellow-brown nape, throat, and underparts. Wings have large white bars. Tail is black with white edges. Yellow-brown legs and feet. Feeds on seeds, spiders, and insects.. McCown's Longspur . McCown's Longspur: Medium-sized sparrow with streaked gray upperparts, plain gray underparts, and darker breast. The head has a black crown, white face and throat, and a stout, heavy bill. White tail has diagnostic black inverted T. Wings have chestnut-brown bars. Black legs and feet.. Hepatic Tanager . Hepatic Tanager: Large tanager, dark to orange-red overall, gray wash on back and flanks. Gray-red cheek patch. Heavy, dark bill is slightly hooked. Legs and feet are gray. Forages in upper foliage of trees, sometimes catches insects in midair. Swift direct flight on rapid wing beats.. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker . Yellow-bellied Sapsucker: Medium woodpecker, black-and-white mottled upperparts, white rump, yellow-washed white underparts. Red throat, black border. Red crown, black-and-white striped face, neck. Dark wings have white shoulder patch. Black tail has black-barred, white center stripe.. Flame-colored Tanager . Flame-colored Tanager: Tropical tanager, flame red-orange body, black wings with white wing bars and spots, black-streaked back. Face has pale gray-tinged ear patch bordered with black. Bill is gray, legs, feet are black. Swift, direct flight. It is the national bird of Puerto Rico.. Snow Bunting . Snow Bunting: Medium-sized, strikingly white sparrow with black back, central tail, and wing tips. Bill, legs and feet are black. Forages on ground for seeds, insects, larvae and caterpillars. Swift flight, alternates rapidly beating wings with brief periods of wings pulled to sides.. Western Spindalis . Western Spindalis: Small tanager, black-gray back, dark rufous nape, rump. Throat patch is yellow, bib is red-black, breast and collar are yellow-orange, belly is white. Head is black-and-white striped. Dark gray bill. Wings are dark with white patches. Tail is black with white edges.. Red-bellied Woodpecker . Red-bellied Woodpecker: Medium woodpecker, black-and-white barred upperparts, pale gray-brown underparts with indistinct red wash on belly. Head has bright red crown and nape, pale brown face. White rump, white wing patches, and white-barred central tail feathers are visible in flight.. Red-headed Woodpecker . Red-headed Woodpecker: Medium-sized woodpecker with black upperparts and tail, and white underparts and rump. The head, throat, and upper breast are dark red. Wings are black with large white patches. Bill, legs and feet are black. This is the only woodpecker in the east with a completely red head.. Northern Cardinal . Northern Cardinal: Large, crested finch with vivid red body. Black mask and chin contrast with heavy, red bill. Forages on ground and in trees and bushes. Feeds on seeds, grains, fruits, insects and snails. Hops instead of walks on ground. Alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Yellow-breasted Bunting . Yellow-breasted Bunting: Medium bunting, rufous upperparts, black head. Yellow underparts with dark streaks on sides and flanks, bold chestnut-brown breast band. Black wings with large white shoulder patches, wing-bars. Swift flight, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Five-striped Sparrow . Five-striped Sparrow: Medium sparrow, dark, gray-brown upperparts, gray underparts, white belly. Head has thin white eye-line and eye-ring, and black-and-white throat stripes. Pink-gray legs, feet. Short flights, alternates rapid wing beats with brief periods of wings pulled to sides.. Bachman's Sparrow . Bachman's Sparrow: Medium-sized sparrow with brown-streaked gray upperparts and buff underparts except for white belly. Face is gray with brown crown and a thin, dark line extending back from eye. The tail is long, dark, and round-tipped. Upper mandible is dark. Legs and feet are pink.. Lanceolated Warbler . Lanceolated Warbler: Medium warbler with streaked gray-yellow body. Underparts are white, brown streaked breast, flanks and undertail coverts. Brown legs, feet. Rare visitor to Alaska. Feeds on spiders, insects and their larvae. Direct flight close to the ground on shallow wing beats.. Henslow's Sparrow . Henslow's Sparrow: Small sparrow, black-streaked brown upperparts. Breast, sides, and flanks are dark-streaked pale buff; throat and belly are white. Head is olive-brown with dark lines. Weak fluttering flight with tail jerking, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Botteri's Sparrow . Botteri's Sparrow: Medium-sized sparrow with brown-streaked, gray upperparts and pale gray underparts. Bill is gray. Wings are tinged rust-brown. Tail is gray-brown, long, and round-tipped. Short flights with rapidly beating wing strokes alternating with wings pulled briefly to sides.. Red-faced Warbler . Red-faced Warbler: Medium-sized warbler with gray upperparts, white nape and rump, and paler gray underparts. Forehead, throat, and upper breast are bright red. The crown and ear patches are black. Gray tail is long and square tipped. Eats mostly spiders and insects which it finds in tree branches.. Painted Redstart . Painted Redstart: Medium warbler with black head, upperparts, bright red breast and belly. Wings are black with large, white patches. White arc beneath eye. Tail is black with thick, white edges. It only eats insects, and forages for them on the ground and in trees. It also catches them in flight.. Red Crossbill . Red Crossbill: Medium finch with red-orange body, brighter red rump, and dark brown wings. Bill is dark and crossed at tip. The tail is notched. Legs and feet are gray-black. Eats seeds, insects and caterpillars. Swift bounding flight, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled briefly to sides.. Bay-breasted Warbler . Bay-breasted Warbler: Medium-sized warbler with dark-streaked gray upperparts and buff underparts with chestnut-brown patches on the chin, throat, breast and flanks. The head has a dark brown crown and black mask. Wings are black with two white bars. It is one of the largest warblers.. Yellow Warbler . Yellow Warbler: Small warbler with olive-yellow upperparts and bright yellow underparts with rust-brown streaks on breast, sides. Wings are dark with two white bars. Tail is dark with yellow-tinged edges. Has a wider range than any other North American warbler. Eats insects, larvae, and some fruit.. Mourning Warbler . Mourning Warbler: Medium-sized warbler with an olive-green back, wings, tail, and gray hood. The underparts are yellow and the upper breast is black. It's named for the way its dark breast and hood resemble a person in mourning. It is one of the latest spring migrants of all North American warblers.. Yellow-throated Warbler . Yellow-throated Warbler: Medium warbler with gray upperparts, yellow throat, chin, and upper breast, white underparts with black spots on sides. Head has black face patch, white eyebrows. Wings are dark with two white bars. Tail is gray with white spots near corners. Bill, legs, and feet are black.. Yellow-breasted Chat . Yellow-breasted Chat: The largest North American warbler. Has olive-green to olive-gray upperparts, brilliant yellow throat, breast. Belly and undertail are white. Eyes have white spectacles and dark eye patches. Bill is heavy and dark. Wings and tail are olive-green. Bill, legs, and feet are black.. Nashville Warbler . Nashville Warbler: Small warbler, olive-green upperparts, yellow underparts, white lower belly. Small chestnut-brown cap, barely noticeable. Gray hood extends to back, eye-ring is white. Two breeding populations, a mid to northeastern one that doesn't wag its tail, and a Pacific Coast one that does.. Grasshopper Sparrow . Grasshopper Sparrow: Medium sparrow with brown-streaked upperparts and white underparts. Face, flanks, and breast are plain buff-brown. Head is flat with central white stripe though dark crown. Upper mandible is gray, while lower mandible is yellow. Pink legs and feet. Named for its insectlike song.. Kirtland's Warbler . Kirtland's Warbler: Rare, medium-sized warbler with black-streaked gray upperparts and yellow underparts with black streaks on sides. The face is black with a broken white eye-ring. Legs, feet, and bill are black. It is a ground nester, prefers Jack Pine stands over 80 acres in size.. American Redstart . American Redstart: Medium, active warbler with black upperparts and hood, distinctive orange-red patches on wings, sides, and long, fanned tail, and white underparts. Bill, legs, and feet are black. It frequently flashes its colorful wings and tail to flush insects from foliage.. Scarlet Tanager . Scarlet Tanager: Medium tanager with brilliant red body, black wings, tail. The only bird in North America with this unique plumage. Heavy bill is yellow-gray. Gray legs and feet. Winter male has dull green upperparts, yellow-green underparts, often interspersed with red during molt.. Summer Tanager . Summer Tanager: Large tanager, dark-red overall with a large, pale gray bill. Legs and feet are gray. It is the only entirely red bird in North America. It specializes in eating bees and wasps, which is why it is also known as the bee bird. Swift direct flight with quick wing strokes.. Lucy's Warbler . Lucy's Warbler: Small warbler with pale gray upperparts, rust-brown crown and rump, white underparts. Eye ring is white. Wings are solid gray. Bill, legs and feet are black. It was named for Lucy Hunter Baird, daughter of Spencer F. Baird, ornithologist and secretary of the Smithsonian Institution.. Harris's Sparrow . Harris's Sparrow: Large sparrow with dark-streaked, brown upperparts and white underparts with dark-streaked sides. Head has stark black crown, face, and throat. Gray cheek patch is marked by a thin, black line. Bill is pink. Alternates rapid wing beats with brief periods of wings pulled to sides.. Cerulean Warbler . Cerulean Warbler: Small warbler with sky-blue, faintly streaked upperparts, black-streaked white flanks. Black band separates white throat and belly. Wings have two bold white bars. Black bill, legs and feet. Prefers to stay high in the crowns of mature deciduous trees, making it difficult to see.. Lincoln's Sparrow . Lincoln's Sparrow: Medium sparrow, dark-streaked pale brown upperparts, white underparts with dark streaks. Head has brown crown with gray central stripe, broad gray eyebrows and nape, pale eye-ring, and brown streak extending behind eye. Upper mandible is dark, lower mandible is pale orange-brown.. Le Conte's Sparrow . Le Conte's Sparrow: Small sparrow, brown-streaked back, brown-streaked gray nape, pale gray underparts with streaks on sides, yellow breast. Head is flat, black-capped with a white median line. Face is yellow-orange with gray cheeks, black eye-line forming a T behind eye. Legs, feet are pink-brown.. Lark Bunting . Lark Bunting: Large sparrow, nearly black with large white wing patches, short, white-edged tail, and heavy, blue-gray bill. Forages in groung, low vegetation. Strong flight, alternates shallow wing beats with brief periods of wings pulled to sides. It is the state bird of Colorado.. Bachman's Warbler . Bachman's Warbler: Small warbler, olive-green upperparts, yellow forehead, throat, underparts, faint white eye-ring, black crown, bib. It was last seen in the United States in 1962, when it was recorded near Charlestown, South Carolina. In Cuba a wintering female was spotted in 1981.. Golden-fronted Woodpecker . Golden-fronted Woodpecker: Medium-sized woodpecker with black-and-white barred back and wings, white rump and black tail. Head has golden yellow-orange nape, red cap, small yellow patch at base of upper mandible, and buff-gray face. Underparts are gray-white. Black bill, legs and feet.. Gilded Flicker . Gilded Flicker: Large woodpecker with dark barred and spotted brown back, brown cap, pale gray face and throat, red moustache stripe, white rump, thick black crescent on upper breast, and black spotted, pale buff underparts. It was named for the gold color of its underwings and tail.. Swainson's Warbler . Swainson's Warbler: Medium-sized warbler with olive-brown upperparts and pale gray underparts. Head has brown cap, white eyebrows, and dark eye-lines. Wings are plain olive-brown. It hides in dense thickets, where it forages on the ground looking for insects, spiders, and caterpillars.. Eurasian Tree Sparrow . Eurasian Tree Sparrow: Small, introduced sparrow, black-streaked red-brown upperparts, buff underparts, single white wing-bar. Head has chestnut-brown crown, small black mask, chin, ear patches. Swift bounding flight, alternates rapid wing beats with periods of wings pulled to sides.. Eurasian Bullfinch . Eurasian Bullfinch: Small finch, gray back and white rump. Cap is black and cheeks, breast, belly are red. Wings are black with single white bar. Black tail is slightly notched. Feeds on seeds and insects. Swift bounding flight, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. White-winged Crossbill . White-winged Crossbill: Medium crossbill, bright pink overall except for black wings with two bold white wing-bars. Belly has dull white center; white undertail coverts. Black tail, deeply notched. Swift bounding flight, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Hoary Redpoll . Hoary Redpoll: Small finch (exilipes), buff-gray, brown-streaked upperparts and brown-streaked white underparts washed pink. Head has red cap, black chin patch. Black wings with two white bars. Rump is pale gray or white with few or no streaks. Black tail is notched. Black legs and feet.. Ladder-backed Woodpecker . Ladder-backed Woodpecker: Small woodpecker with black-and-white barred upperparts, shoulders, and wings, underparts are buff-gray with black spots, buff-gray face, red crown, and black forehead, nape, rump, and tail. Outer tail feathers are white barred. Bill, legs and feet are black.. Bananaquit . Bananaquit: Small and short-tailed with short, decurved black bill. Black above with white underparts. Belly washed with yellow with bold white stripe over eyes. Rump is yellow. Legs and feet are black. Weak fluttering flight, alternates rapid wing beats with brief periods of wings pulled to sides.. Dusky-headed Parakeet . Dusky-headed Parakeet: Medium-sized parakeet, mostly green with gray head, white eye-ring, and yellow-green belly. Tail is blue above and black below. Hooked bill is black, legs and feet are gray, and eyes are yellow. A sizable flock occurs in Miami Springs. Eats fruit, seeds, flowers, and insects.. Yellow-billed Cardinal . Yellow-billed Cardinal: Native to South America and increasing in numbers on Hawaii, has bright red head, black upperparts and incomplete white collar that nearly meets at the back of the neck. White underparts, black chin and throat. Yellow bill, legs and feet are brown-pink. Undulating flight.. Red-crested Cardinal . Red-crested Cardinal: Native to South America. Bright red head, crest, face, chin and upperbreast. Upperparts are gray with an incomplete white collar that nearly meets at the back of the neck. Underparts are white. Light gray bill, gray legs and feet. Undulating flight.. Black-hooded Parakeet . Black-hooded Parakeet: Medium parakeet, green overall, black head, chin, yellow eye-ring. Blue wash on throat and breast, deep blue outer webs on flight feathers and tips of tail feathers. Flight, tail feathers are gray underneath. Cheeks and underwing linings are pale yellow-green. Rump is yellow.. White-winged Parakeet . White-winged Parakeet: A medium-sized parakeet, green overall with yellow-and-white wing patches, and pale, teardrop-shaped eye-ring. The green tail is long and pointed. Hooked bill varies in color from yellow-pink to olive-brown. Legs and feet are pink-gray. Swift direct flight on rapid wing beats.. Yellow-chevroned Parakeet . Yellow-chevroned Parakeet: Medium parakeet, green overall with paler green underparts. The wings are green with yellow bar; underwing coverts are yellow-green. Buff bill. Pink-gray legs and feet. Feeds on seeds, fruit in native habitat, feral populations have adapted to take in blossoms and nectar.. Red-crowned Parrot . Red-crowned Parrot: Medium parrot, dark-scaled, green upperparts and pale green underparts. Bright red forehead, crown, lores. Sides of neck are violet blue. First five outer secondaries are red with violet blue tips; primaries are black and slightly tinged with dark blue on tips. Yellow-pink bill.. Monk Parakeet . Monk Parakeet: Medium parakeet, green overall, gray forehead, cheeks, lores, throat. Breast is gray, variably barred by dark edges on feathers. Pale pink bill. Belly; lower back, and rump are yellow-green. Wings are dull green with blue flight feathers. Tail is green above with central blue shafts.. Crimson-collared Grosbeak . Crimson-collared Grosbeak: Large finch with blood-red body, brown-red back, black hood, bib, huge conical bill, and dark wings. Forages in brushy woodland. Feeds on insects, larvae, seeds, fruits, berries. Short flights, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled briefly to sides.. Yellow Grosbeak . Yellow Grosbeak: Large finch, yellow overall with black streaks on back. Bill is large and triangular with black upper mandible and gray lower mandible. Black wings have two white bars and black tail coverts have bold white tips. Alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Pallas's Bunting . Pallas's Bunting: Medium bunting, gray-brown upperparts with black streaks. Lower breast, belly, and undertail coverts are white. Head, throat and upper breast are black. Collar and moustache stripe are white. Tail is black with white outer feathers and corners. Black bill, legs, feet.. Pyrrhuloxia . Pyrrhuloxia: Large cardinal-like finch with conspicuous red-tipped gray crest, gray head, back, upperparts, red-washed face, breast, and pale gray underparts. Dark gray wings with red edges on primaries. Tail is red. Thick yellow bill. Eats insects, larvae, seeds, fruits and berries.. Varied Bunting . Varied Bunting: Medium bunting, mostly purple-blue with red wash on throat, breast, back. Nape and eye-rings are red. Bill is gray and slightly curved down. Wings and tail are purple-blue. Eats seeds and insects. Short flights, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Reed Bunting . Reed Bunting: Medium-sized finch with dark-streaked brown upperparts and faintly streaked, white underparts. Head and throat are black; moustache stripe and collar are distinctly white, and tail is white-edged. Short, low flights, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. McKay's Bunting . McKay's Bunting: Large bunting, bright white body, black wing tips, black markings on back and tail. Large bill, legs, and feet are black. Said to be the whitest of all North American songbirds. Forages on ground. Swift flight, alternates raping wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Gray Bunting . Gray Bunting Breeding Male: Medium sized, dark gray bunting with black streaks on back, shoulders, and underparts. Undertail coverts are white. Heavy, pink bill with black tip, culmen. Pink legs and feet. Short flights, alternates rapid wing beats with periods of wings pulled to sides. Secretive.. Little Bunting . Little Bunting: Small finch with dark-streaked gray-brown upperparts, heavily streaked white underparts. Face and crown are chestnut-brown and black-bordered. Eye-ring is dull white; throat is white. Wings have two pale, thin bars. Legs, feet are yellow. Tail has white outer feathers.. Blue Bunting . Blue Bunting: Small, stocky bunting with stout, black bill. Male is deep blue overall with black face and upper breast. Forages on ground, in thickets and in brushy understory for seeds, insects and larvae. Short flight, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled briefly to sides.. Rufous-capped Warbler . Rufous-capped Warbler: Small warbler with olive-green upperparts, bright yellow throat and upper breast, and white belly. Head has rufous crown and cheek patch, white eyebrow, and black eyestripe. Bill is black and the tail is long and olive-gray. It likes to hide in dense undergrowth.. Common Redpoll . Common Redpoll: Small finch, brown-streaked gray upperparts, bright rose-pink breast, boldly streaked flanks and undertail coverts. Red cap and black chin. Bill is olive-brown with fine black tip. Wings are dark with two narrow white bars; tail is black and notched. Black legs, feet.. Golden-crowned Warbler . Golden-Crowned Warbler: Medium-sized, tropical warbler with olive-gray upperparts and bold yellow underparts. Midcrown has yellow stripe with black borders. Face is olive-gray with a pale arc below eye. Upper mandible is gray, while lower mandible is pink. The legs and feet are pink.. Fan-tailed Warbler . Fan-tailed Warbler: Small, secretive warbler, dark gray upperparts, red-brown underparts, white-tipped tail. Head has yellow throat and small crown patch, white eye crescents. Walks on the ground rather than hop. Undertail coverts are white. Short, weak flight on rapidly beating wings.. Common Rosefinch . Common Rosefinch: Small, stocky finch, red upperparts and breast, faintly streaked brown back, white underparts. Bill is dark gray and stout. Wings and tail are dark brown. Legs and feet are gray-brown. Forages on ground and in trees and shrubs for seeds and insects. Bounding flight.. Oriental Greenfinch . Oriental Greenfinch: Medium finch with dark gray-brown upperparts, brown underparts, yellow undertail coverts. Face, breast, rump are olive-green; cap, nape are gray. Bill is pink. Dark wings have white-edged feathers and large yellow patches. Black tail has yellow on outer feathers.. Brambling . Brambling: Medium-sized finch with jet-black hood extending to upper back with orange shoulder patches, throat, and breast. Underparts are buff with black-spotted flanks. Wings are black with white and orange bars. Bounding flight, rapid wing beats alternating with wings at sides.. Brown-capped Rosy-Finch . Brown-capped Rosy-Finch: Medium finch, pink-red overall with black forehead, brown head, breast, back. Black bill in summer, yellow with black tip in winter. Forages on ground, eats seeds, sometimes insects. Swift bouncy flight, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Common Chaffinch . Common Chaffinch: Medium finch. Buff body. Crown and nape are blue-gray; belly and vent are white. Dark wings with white shoulder patches and single white bars. Forages in trees, bushes. Eats seeds and insects. Bounding flight, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Dickcissel . Dickcissel: Medium, stocky, sparrow-like bird with dark gray back, head, and black-streaked shoulders. Gray face, yellow eyestripe and breast. V-shaped bib is black and underparts are white. Wings are brown. Feeds on grains, seeds and insects. Alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Purple Finch . Purple Finch: Medium finch, rose-red body, brown streaks on nape, back. Sides, flanks, belly are dull white with red wash; sides show thick, faint streaks. Brown wings, notched tail. Eats seeds, fruits, insects and caterpillars. Swift flight, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Lazuli Bunting . Lazuli Bunting: Small finch, bright blue upperparts, cinnamon-brown breast and sides, white belly. Dark wings with white wing bar. Forages on ground, low in trees and bushes. Eats seeds, insects, caterpillars. Short flights, alternates rapid wing beats with brief periods of wings pulled to sides.. Indigo Bunting . Indigo Bunting: Small finch with brilliant, almost iridescent, blue plumage. Crown is darker blue with a purple tint. Wings and tail are black with blue edges. Feeds on insects, larvae, grains, seeds, berries. Short flights low over vegetation, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Western Tanager . Western Tanager: Medium-sized tanager with brilliant red head, bright yellow body, black back, wings, and tail. Wings have two bars: upper bar is yellow, lower bar is white. Legs and feet are gray. Swift direct flight on rapidly beating wings. It was first recorded on the Lewis and Clark expedition.. Williamson's Sapsucker . Williamson's Sapsucker: Medium-sized woodpecker with black back and white rump. Bright red throat, breast is black, belly is yellow, and flanks are barred black-and-white. Black head has two white facial stripes. Black wings have large white shoulder patches. Tail is black, legs and feet are gray.. White-headed Woodpecker . White-headed Woodpecker: Medium-sized woodpecker, mostly black with large white wing patches. Head and throat are white; nape patch is red and narrow. Small black stripe behind the eye. Bill is black and small. Legs and feet are black. This is the only North American woodpecker with a white head.. Lesser Goldfinch . Lesser Goldfinch: Small finch with dark back (black in the east, dark green in the west), black crown, bright yellow underparts. Wings, tail black with white markings. Forages in shrubs, brush, weedy fields for seeds and insects. Swift flight, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Lawrence's Goldfinch . Lawrence's Goldfinch: Small finch with gray nape and back and yellow-gray rump. Underparts are white; breast is yellow. Cap and face are black. Wings are dark with bright yellow bars. Feeds on seeds and insects. Swift bounding flight, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled briefly to sides.. Rose-breasted Grosbeak . Rose-breasted Grosbeak: Large finch, black head, back, bright red breast, and white rump, sides, belly. The wings are black with white patches above and red, white, black below. Long, slightly notched black tail with white patches. Eats seeds, caterpillars, insects, tree flowers, fruits and berries.. Virginia's Warbler . Virginia's Warbler: Small warbler, gray upperparts, yellow rump. Throat is white with yellow patch, breast and undertail are yellow, sides and belly are white with a gray wash. Head has rufous crown patch, bold white eye-rings. Named for the wife of the army surgeon who discovered it in New Mexico.. Brewer's Sparrow . Brewer's Sparrow: Medium sparrow with finely streaked gray-brown upperparts, pale eye-ring, dark moustache stripe, and plain, pale gray underparts. Bill is pink with dark tip. Legs and feet are gray-pink. Short flights with rapidly beating wing strokes alternating with wings pulled briefly to sides.. Chestnut-collared Longspur . Chestnut-collared Longspur: Small, sparrow-like bird with brown-streaked upperparts, black breast and flanks, some have chestnut on underparts, pale gray belly. Face is buff with black stripe behind eye. Nape is chestnut-brown, crown is black, and throat is white. Tail is black with strongly contrasting white outer tail feathers.. Black-and-white Warbler . Black-and-white Warbler: Small, black-and-white striped warbler with a white median head stripe bordered by black. Black bill, legs and feet. It forages unlike any other warbler by moving up and down the trunks of trees and crawling under and over branches in a style similar to that of a nuthatch.. Baird's Sparrow . Baird's Sparrow: Small sparrow with pale-streaked, rich dark brown upperparts, white underparts, and dark streaks on upper breast and flanks. Orange-brown crown is marked with fine dark lines. Legs and feet are pink-brown. Short low flights, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Blue Grosbeak . Blue Grosbeak: Large finch, bright purple-blue body, black face, and two wide, brown wingbars. Dark wings, tail. Hops on ground to forage. Gleans from bushes, weeds and trees. Feeds on insects, snails, grains, seeds and fruits. Swift flight, alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Painted Bunting . Painted Bunting: Beautiful, medium bunting with bronze-green back and bright red rump and underparts. Head and nape are blue. Red eye-ring. Wings are dark with green shoulder patches. Feeds on seeds, insects and caterpillars. Short, low flight. Alternates rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Chipping Sparrow . Chipping Sparrow: Medium, slender sparrow with black-streaked brown back and pale gray underparts. Cap is rufous, nape is gray, throat is white, and face stripes are black-and-white. Black bill. Pink-orange legs and feet. Short flight, alternates several rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Field Sparrow . Field Sparrow: Medium sparrow, rufous back with dark streaks, unstreaked, buff breast. Gray-brown rump. Gray head, rufous cap, and white eye-ring. Pink bill, legs and feet. Forages on ground or low shrubbery. Short flights, alternates rapid wing beats with brief periods of wings pulled to the sides.. Townsend's Warbler . Townsend's Warbler: Olive-green upperparts, black throat and upper breast. Lower breast and sides are yellow with black streaks and belly is white.Face is yellow with black crown and cheek patch and yellow crescent below eye. Wings have two white bars. Tail has white edges, dark center and tip.. Yellow-rumped Warbler . Yellow-rumped Warbler: Medium warbler, dark-streaked, blue-gray upperparts, yellow rump. White throat and belly, black breast. The head is black with yellow crown, white eye-rings, and faint eyestripes. Wings are dark with yellow shoulder patches and two white bars. Tail is dark with white corners.. Wilson's Warbler . Wilson's Warbler: Small warbler with olive-green upperparts, bright yellow face and underparts, distinct black cap. It has a long, olive-brown tail which it moves up and down, or in a circular fashion, as it searches for food. It is more common in the West than in the East. Legs and feet are pink.. Common Yellowthroat . Common Yellowthroat: Small, skulking warbler with olive-yellow upperparts, bright yellow throat and breast, and pale gray belly. The head has a black mask with a thick white border above, black bill. Legs are pink. Slow weak flight, alternates periods of rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Orange-crowned Warbler . Orange-crowned Warbler: Small warbler with olive-green upperparts and faintly streaked, yellow underparts. The head has inconspicuous orange crown, broken eye-ring, and dark eye-line. Though it lives and nests in dense foliage close to the ground, the male perches at the tops of tall trees to sing.. American Goldfinch . American Goldfinch: Small, noisy finch. Male has a bright yellow body, black cap, wings, and tail, and white rump and undertail coverts. Wings have flashy white patches and bright yellow shoulder bar. Bill is conical. Undulating flight, alternates several rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides.. Black-headed Grosbeak . Black-headed Grosbeak: Large, stocky finch, black-streaked, orange-brown back, black head, wings, tail. Breast is orange-brown and belly is yellow. Wings have conspicuous white patches. Black legs, feet. Forages on ground and in trees and bushes. Eats insects, caterpillars, seeds, fruits and berries.. Brown-headed Cowbird . Brown-headed Cowbird: Small blackbird with glossy brown head, heavy bill, and dark eyes. The black body has a faint green sheen. Walks on ground to forage and holds tail cocked over back. Feeds on caterpillars, insects, spiders, fruits, grains and seeds. Swift direct flight with rapid wing beats.. House Finch . House Finch: Medium-sized finch with brown-streaked back and wings, and brown-streaked white underparts. Head, throat, and rump are pink-red. Tail is relatively long and weakly notched. Bill is short and slightly decurved. Feeds mostly on seeds, takes some insects and fruits. Swift bounding flight.. Acorn Woodpecker . Acorn Woodpecker: Medium-sized, clown-faced woodpecker with red crown, glossy black-and-white head, and glaring white eyes. Black patch around base of bill. Body is black with white rump and belly. One or more red- or yellow-tipped throat feathers may be present. Wings are black with white patches.. Nuttall's Woodpecker . Nuttall's Woodpecker: Small woodpecker with black-and-white barred back, wings, and outer tail. Underparts are white with spotted sides and barred flanks. Face is black-and-white with white nasal bristles above bill. Rear crown patch is small and red. Bill is short and black. Legs and feet are gray.. Northern Flicker . Northern Flicker: Medium woodpecker, black-barred brown back, white rump, black tail. Underparts are black-spotted pale brown with black crescent on breast. Face is gray with brown crown and forehead. Legs and feet are gray. There is a Red-shafted (shown here) and a Yellow-shafted race.. Red-naped Sapsucker . Red-naped Sapsucker: Medium-sized woodpecker with white-checkered black upperparts, pale yellow underparts with spotted sides. Head has red crown, nape patch and white moustache stripe behind eye. Throat and breast band are black. Wings are black with thick white stripes. Black bill, legs and feet.. Pileated Woodpecker . Pileated Woodpecker: Large woodpecker with mostly black body and white wing linings which are visible in flight. The head has a prominent red crest and cap, white face and neck stripes and a red moustache stripe, and large gray bill. Legs and feet are gray. The largest woodpecker in North America.. Lewis's Woodpecker . Lewis's Woodpecker: Medium woodpecker with black upperparts, hood. Face is dark red, collar is gray, belly is pale red. The bill, legs and feet are black. It was named for Meriwether Lewis of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Its dark plumage sets it apart from all other North American woodpeckers.. Downy Woodpecker . Downy Woodpecker: The smallest woodpecker in North America. Has a white back, black nape and black wings with white spotting. Underparts are white. Face is white with black stripes. Hindcrown patch is red. Tail is black with black-spotted or barred white outer tail feathers. Bill is black and short.. Black-backed Woodpecker . Black-backed Woodpecker: Small woodpecker with black back, black wings with white spots on flight feathers, barred flanks, white underparts. Head has a conspicuous white cheek mark and yellow crown. Tail is black with white outer tail feathers. Black bill is long and stout. Legs and feet are gray.. Hairy Woodpecker . Hairy Woodpecker: Small woodpecker with black-and-white upperparts, white underparts. Head has red hindcrown patch. Face is white with black stripes.Tail is black with white outer tail feathers. Northwest birds have gray-brown breast, belly, and rump. Bill is long and black. Legs and feet are black.. Gila Woodpecker . Gila Woodpecker: Medium woodpecker, black-and-white barred upperparts and central tail feathers, buff-gray neck and underparts. Buff-gray head has a small red cap. Wings have large white patches visible in flight. Its abandoned nesting and roost holes provide shelter for birds, mammals and reptiles.. Pine Warbler . Pine Warbler: Medium warbler with plain olive-gray upperparts, yellow throat and breast, blurry-streaked sides, and white belly and undertail coverts. Wings are gray with two white bars. It is the only warbler that eats large quantities of seeds, usually pine. One of the earliest breeding warblers.. Worm-eating Warbler . Canada Warbler . Ovenbird . Black-throated Sparrow . Evening Grosbeak . Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch . Pine Grosbeak . Cassin's Finch . Blackpoll Warbler . Palm Warbler . Blue-winged Warbler . Tennessee Warbler . Prothonotary Warbler . MacGillivray's Warbler . Hermit Warbler . Red-breasted Sapsucker . Magnolia Warbler . Northern Waterthrush . Northern Parula . Louisiana Waterthrush . Cape May Warbler . Black-chinned Sparrow . Blackburnian Warbler . Cassin's Sparrow . Hooded Warbler . Golden-winged Warbler . Chestnut-sided Warbler . Black Rosy-Finch . Grace's Warbler . Black-throated Blue Warbler . Connecticut Warbler . Golden-cheeked Warbler . Black-throated Green Warbler . Black-throated Gray Warbler . ( Full Answer )
Yes, fruit bats do eat sapodilla fruits, in fact in some parts of India they place nets over the trees so bats will not eat the fruits. Hope that helped
I would say just vegies and fruit-do not eat anything greesy or anything that has alot of calories.
In my opinion, the healthiest fruit is an orange and the second one is an apple.
While sweet potatoes are the healthiest they are not true potatoes. As far as actual potatoes there is no real difference in nutrition. Even in the case of blue potatoes the color is effected by the flavonoids and not the carotenoids found in all potatoes.
to be honest im not really that sure but i think that it would be apples
Trout because it is high in vitamins and protein and it is safe to eat . if it is cooked correcdtly
The top ten Fruits are ranked from highest to lowest score. They are medium except where noted. Canned fruits are packed in juice, not syrup, and serving sizes include the juice.. Guava (1) . Watermelon (2 cups) . Grapefruit, pink or red (1/2) . Kiwifruit (2) . Papaya ( Â½ medium. Or 1 cup …cubed) . Cantaloupe (1/4) . Apricots , dried (1/4) . Orange (1) . Strawberries (8) . Apricots (4) . So make sure those fruits are well selected and stay within the serving sizes!!! ---- ( Full Answer )
milk> egg> meat> FISH> beans> ALL VEGABLES > FRUIT > plenty of water> poultry>. ANTHING BESIDE JUNKKK follw this and it will led u to a happpy life ! :)
Fruits protect seeds and nourish them. They do not eat. umm r u jus bein dumb or do u really think fruit eats stuff??
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Fruits can't eat. Unless you somehow find a way to make fruits into living, breathing, beings who probably eat themselves, nothing.
They are very healthy but Yogi berries are healthier For more information, see the link below.
It depends on what you mean by "bad" While it is not life threatening, it is not exactly the most optimum way to consume fruits. Will you get nutrients and energy from the fruit if eaten after other foods? Yes. Will you get the maximum benifit? No. Some experts say that the putrification of the frui…t sugars when eaten after "regular" or cooked foods containing fats, protein and carbs will cause illness, cancers and a general state of malnourishment, these effects are not instant, nor are they consistant. Now to an explaination. When you eat fruit BEFORE anything else (10-40 minutes priot) your stomach has a chance to process all of the nutrients, fiber and most importantly simple sugars that fruit contains. Hence getting "maximum" benifit from the fruit's goodness. In contrast, when you eat fruit AFTER other types of foods, you will still reap some of the nutrient benefits, all of the fiber benefits, but very little if not any of the simple sugar benefits. Simple sugars contained in fruit is processed extremely quickly by the stomach... if not allowed to do so, it will ferment and putrify, therefore giving you the indigestion, burps and other discomforts we've all "blamed" on the fruit we just ate. When in retrospect, if you'd have eaten that SAME fruit on an empty stomach 10-40 minutes (depending on the water content of the fruit i.e. 10mins for an apple or an orange and 30-40 mins for a banana or a date) You'd have most definitely had no problems at all and felt energized and satisfied. Oh man! You just ate that burger for lunch and got back to the office and found a BEAUTIFUL fruit arrangement on the reception desk... Don't touch it! Give a burger at least 3 hours to leave the stomach before you try that melon. If you had a "healthy" tossed green salad for lunch, the same applies, but for a shorter time of say 1.5 hours. Try this. Eat ALL the fruit you can before your noon lunch... as much as you want. (except dried) Watch your weight and appetite go down, your energy go up, and you general feeling of wellbeing SOAR through the roof. The BEST time to eat fruit is when you first wake up. That insures that there is NOTHING in your stomach to ferment the sugars and that fruit does it's job 100%!!! Yes, you're going to be hungry in less than an hour, but that's because the fruit is processed and GONE into your body and doing it's job.... EAT more... and more. Then continue your day after lunch with normal foods. ( Full Answer )
Healthiest fruit would be apples and healthiest vegetable would be Broccoli,cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and green and red cabbage
ok...so i found a nice little list and its ust control c control v so yeah . Apples - 1 medium apple (80 calories, 0 g fat): An apple's 3 g of fiber help you meet your fiber goal of 20 g to 30 g daily. High-fiber diets can lower heart disease risk; . Apricots - 3 apricots (51 calories, 0 g… fat): A good source of beta-carotene (which is converted to vitamin A by the body), providing the equivalent of 35% of the RDA for vitamin A; . Bananas - 1 medium (105 calories, 0 g fat): Bananas are a great source of potassium, which plays a key role in heart health and muscle function. Plus each one has 2 g of fiber; . Blackberries - 1 cup (74 calories, 0 g fat): This fruit boasts a whopping 10 g of fiber in a single cup; . Blueberries - 1 cup (81 calories, 0 g fat): Blueberries help prevent and treat bladder infections by making it hard for bacteria to stick to urinary tract walls; . Cherries - 1 cup (84 calories, 1 g fat): A good source of perillyl alcohol, which helps prevent cancer in animals. Heart-protective anthocyanins give cherries their color; . Grapefruits - 1/2 fruit (39 calories, 0 g fat): A good source of vitamin C and a compound called naringenin, which helps suppress tumors in animals; . Kiwi - 1 medium (46 calories, 0 g fat): Just one little fruit packs a mean vitamin-C punch (74 mg) and an impressive 2.8 g fiber; . Mangoes - 1 mango (135 calories, 1 g fat) : A single mango has enough beta-carotene to cover your RDA for vitamin A while racking up 57 mg of vitamin C; . Oranges fruits - 1 orange (61 calories, 0 g fat): One orange provides an impressive 50 mg to 70 mg of vitamin C, 40 mcg of folic acid and 52 mg of calcium; . Papayas - 1 cup, cubed (55 calories, 0 g fat): Loaded with vitamin C (86 mg per cup), a healthy dose of fiber (2.5 g) and a sprinkling of beta-carotene and calcium; . Purple grapes - 1 small (113 calories, 0.9 g fat): Offer three heart-guarding compounds: flavonoids, anthocyanins and resveratrol (green grapes are not rich in them); . Prunes - 1/3 cup, stewed (87 calories, 0 g fat): Prunes' famed laxative effect is no mystery: There are 5 g of fiber (both soluble and insoluble) in just 1/3 cup; . Raspberries - 1 cup (60 calories, 0 g fat): Teeming with 8 g of fiber per cup, they also boast vitamin C, ellagic acid and anthocyanins; . Strawberries - 1 cup, sliced (50 calories, 0 g fat): Strawberries have high levels of ellagic acid and anthocyanins, and are rich in vitamin C (95 mg per cup) and fiber (3.8 g per cup). gl bro ( Full Answer )
all fruits are healthy but blueberries have a lot of antioxidants and apples well you know the saying 'an apple a day keeps the doctor away'
Asian eat a lot of healthy food and have plenty of energy arealways fit even though they might eat scorpions and bugs it is stillhealthy
Fruits or vegitables make a good healthy snack. A handful of mixed nuts is never a bad thing. Stay away from things that are too artificial.
Probably the Vegetarian Burrito Bowl, but I know that when go there I don't care about my health :P
I doesn't really matter what you eat as long as you have a balanced diet. Try not to eat to much takeaway food and eat plenty of fruit and veg. Hope this helps.
No, bamboo goes to the bamboo shoot, rutabagas come from a rutabaga root, bananas are the funniest fruit, and Toad looks funny in a bathing suit. ~Frog and Toad the Musical
- Eat from all 4 food groups ( grain, meat and alternatives, dairy and alternatives, fruits and vegetables) - Eat a variety of foods - Try to prepare and cook foods with little or no added fat/oil or salt Remember to exercise and try new things daily.
It would be eat your fruit because even if you do have more than one piece of fruit you can use 'fruit' plural(more than one) so in the sentence "eat your fruits" that is using improper english so it would be said "Eat your fruit". :)
i would say that a bare donut is the most healthiest because it does not have all of the commodities such as: icing, peanuts, m & m's, etc. So since it doesn't have all of that it is the healthiest donut!
The healthiest sugary thing to eat is properly low calories chocolate at about 99 calories.
When eating fruit that had fruit flies on it, it is very possiblethat you are consuming fruit fly larvae. Most will not survivethrough the human digestive system.
Dairy Milk Fruit & Nut. Doesn't taste much like fruit, it's much healthier than others.
Most all fruits have various health benefits. Blueberries are good for antioxidants while oranges and grapefruit have high vitamin c. Tomatoes are very low calorie fruits and avocados are great for their healthy fat that your body actually needs. It all depends on what you are aiming for.
apples, bananas, cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, squash, watermelon, avocado, lemon, pomegranate, orange, melon, plum, nectarine, peach
Is is DEFINITELY the muscles because they are made of protein, and meat is good for you because it has a lot of protein.
I recommend watermelon. Or, if you need more omega-3 fatty acids in your diet, avocado.
Fish, chicken, and turkey. Try to avoid eating red meat like ham, steak, burgers, hot dogs, beef, ect. Another answer: If you are determined to eat meat then eat free range chicken and cold water fish. You want to eat food high in omega-3 fat. You want to avoid anything fed in a feed lot. Such is… filled with saturated fat. Saturated fat does not help you lose weight. Instead, it clogs your arteries while making you hungrier. Do not ask me why. I read the results of the scientific reports, not the chemistry of nutrition. So, any fat that you eat should be unsaturated. ( Full Answer )
A2 . Dogs are naturally carnivores, but are also scavengers. Commercial dog foods from a reputable manufacturer will be well designed.
they say the no.1 healthiest fruit is the kiwi fruit. Apple's rank is about 20+, they say watermelon is the second or third...
It depends on which ine is good for you, it doesn't really matter as long as it is healthy for you .
Gerbils can eat a lot of hamster mixes , but make sure you check the label before you feed it to your gerbil.
If you want quick energy, eat fruit and a slice of bread or two. There are a lot of different things you can eat to help improve your workout. Focus on whole, unprocessed foods that are high in carbohydrates. Physical activity requires an increase in carbohydrate intake because they are the main sou…rce of energy in our bodies. Also make sure to hydrate well before your physical activity and rehydrate afterwards. ( Full Answer )
Soups that are low in fat and sodium content are healthiest. Check the label on the can.
In nature, no food is perfect. Somehow, everything has a negative and positive effect. However, some foods have much more benefits than drawbacks: kale (looks like dark green, wrinkly, firm lettuce) and kiwi (the fruit, not the bird) are two such foods.