What fruits have the highest calories? Most people stock up on bananas and dates because they are high in calories, commonly available, easy to eat and cost effective. Starting out, making datorade will help keep your calories up as you get used to eating more fruit. Many experienced 811/HCRVers still use it regularly, it's a great sports drink! How to make Datorade: About 20 soaked dates per blender full of water (you use the soak water, as the sweetness goes into the water). I like my datorade thick like a milk shake and my husband likes it smoothie thin, so you'll have to play with it and add more water or more dates depending. I highly recommend Khadrawi dates, pure heaven! When I first made datorade I had to strain it because I was not used to the frothy top and candy chunks, now I love everything about it. I love to drink my datorades with sliced apples or bananas and/or lettuce leaves. Perfect combos!!! In the off season Shield's has good stocks. Other high calorie fruits: Bananas (deserve the highest rank as food for humans), Mango, Grapes, Sweetsop, Custard Apple, Cempedak, Canistel, Akee, Sapotes, Plantains, Persimmons, Figs, Mamey, Cherimoya, Durian and more. There are so many different fruits on the planet that we could eat a different variety every day for the rest of our lives! The ones that are easy to ship are the ones most available to most people. Online resources such as http://www.earthsource.us/ and asian markets are a good place to find less common fruits. Tracking calories is essential to 811/HCRV success! As you do this, you will soon memorize the caloric content in the fruits you eat, and eating this way will quickly become second nature! :) Most folks use cronometer set to 30BaD settings and the calorie goals set to their own goals of 10 grams of carbs per kilo of body weight, multiply by 4 for calories, with a 2,500 minimum for ladies and 3,000 minimum for gentleman.
Eating fruit ripe is crucial
to proper digestion and ensures you are getting the calories and nutrients you intended upon. Ripe fruit is super sweet with zero sourness. Some fruits can ripen after picking if they're not picked too early. Some fruits do not ripen
after being picked.
Make sure to return bad fruit! The standards are getting lower every year because the sellers only care about profit and as long as people keep buying unripe and inedible fruit they will keep selling as poor quality produce as the market will bear. Do your part and return unripe, overripe, poor quality produce.
Grow your own any way you can!
Home grown has far superior quality to any other produce, our home grown lettuce, grown on remineralized
soil, easily has ten times the nutrients as any other organic store or farmer's market lettuce we have ever had. Window gardening
is also an option!
Wholesale buying will save money. Video
Best Wishes On Your Fruitful Journeys! :)