Vitamin A and it’s precursor beta-Carotene are good for your eyes, so eating apricots may help to protect your vision as you age.
Vitamin C is essential for immune system function and for maintaining strong connective tissue, so eating apricots may help keep you healthy during cold and flu season and may help prevent wrinkles.
Fiber is essential for a healthy digestive system and will help to keep your cholesterol levels in check. In addition, fiber keeps you feeling full so it’s helpful for watching your weight.
You’ll find fresh apricots in the produce section of the grocery store. Whole apricots stay fresh for a few days. Eat them or add chopped fresh apricot to oatmeal or yogurt.
Dried apricots keep for a long time and can be added to salads or use them as an ingredient in homemade trail mix.