Major Health Benefits of Oranges!

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With every research and study done, it is always clarified that oranges have several health benefits. They are considered amongst the most popular fruits around the world. Notably, oranges are not only one of the best fruits, but are also the main ingredient in various dishes.  Nowadays, orange juice is an integral part of a healthy breakfast, specially with COVID-19. Thus promoting a healthy start to the day. Basically, there are mainly two available categories of oranges one is sweet and other is bitter. Notably, it is said that an orange should have smoothly textured skin and be firm and heavy for its size.

Benefits of orange consumption!

High in Vitamin C

Significantly, oranges are the main and excellent source of vitamin C. An orange offers 116.2 percent of the daily value for vitamin C. Thus, the sufficient intake of vitamin C is associated with a reduced risk of cancer. Also, it is helpful in getting rid of free radicals that cause damage to our DNA.

Sound immune system

Oranges help in improving the immune system too. Notably, vitamin C, which is also vital for the proper function of a healthy immune system. It is good for preventing colds and recurrent ear infections.

Reduces skin damage

Oranges are rich source of antioxidants. They protect the skin from free radical damage, which is known to cause signs of aging. Besides, it is generally said, “An orange a day can help you look young even at 50.” The consumption of Vitamin C help in maintaining a good skin texture and glow.

Maintains the blood pressure

Evidently, oranges help in maintaining blood pressure too. Being a rich source of Vitamins B6, oranges help in supporting the production of hemoglobin. Further, they also help in maintaining the blood pressure under check due to the presence of magnesium.

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