Fruits are usually low in protein and fat content, but avocados and some nuts are exceptions to this.
Many fruits come from trees or bushes. For plants, fruits are a means of dispersal, usually by animals. When the fruit breaks apart, the seeds can go into the ground and begin to grow. Most fruits we eat contain a lot of water and natural sugars, and many are high in Vitamin C. They have a large amount of dietary fibre. Not only humans, but our closest living relatives (primates) are keen fruit-eaters.