I would exceed the recommended amount every single day,as I just aboiut LIVE on fruit,whatever the season. The strawberried this spring here in nNth Qld were SO good,and SO cheap that I ate at least a punnet a day!!! They were only $1 to $1.25 per punnet!!!! Then of course there are Kiwi Fruits, mandarins,,oranges,Passion fruits(all year from the vine!!!)apples and bananas;and this is just for starters!!! I also eat grapes whenever possible,despite them being from Americ a at the moment. I can hardle wait for summer with all the luscious stone fruits and rare tropical ones.Lychees are a real favourite and I jhave a mango tree which never lets me down!!! So every day I would eat up to 8 different types of fruit.
That's hard to say, as I don't tend to eat whole pieces of fresh fruit. I sometimes have a bowl of fruit salad or tinned fruit, but usually my fruit in take is take up by a lot of dried fruit. That usually makes up my five a day.
I try to eat at least one piece a day. Sometimes I take a fruit salad to work for lunch. This usually consists of cut up pieces of apple, strawberries and sometimes mango. I top it with some low fat yoghurt to make it more interesting and filling.
I make up a bowl of mixed fruit (rasp, straw, grapes, melon, blueberries, bananas) and just work my way through it in the course of a few days so hard to say exactly how much daily but a fair bit I think.
I love fruit. If it is in the house I like to snack on it. I would have two or more servings of fruit each day. I have had ladyfinger bananas lately, but are pretty small so I have been eating two. A big punnet of fresh strawberries, crunchy apples and some delicious oranges and mandarines just waiting to be consumed.
I also have to be careful of the consequences of too much fruit so self discipline is practiced.
1/2 a banana, 1 strawberry, 3 or 4 blueberries, (if I've bought some,) a slice of pawpaw & 1/2 an orange maybe. At the moment I have some tasteless Au green grapes. I hadn't bought any for years, because I thought the'd be tasteless if I bought some, & I was so right! I just buy whatever fruit is not to expensive, but we always have 1/2 a banana on our cereal every day, if the floods haven't washed out the banana plantations somewhere!