Oranges are rich in Vitamin C, B1, B9 (folic acid) and A, potassium, calcium and fiber.
Eat orange every day to supply the body with the recommended dose of Vitamin C, which has been proven to prevent many health problems – from flu and allergies to serious cardiovascular disease.
Orange contains several cancer inhibitors – carotenoids, terpenes and flavonoids.
Along with other types of citrus fruits, it is one of the most powerful cancer fighters. It contains as many as 58 known anticancer substances, more than any other food.
Oranges have high amounts of the known antioxidant glutathione, however it is lost by squeezing, so eat them whole.
They are also the richest known source of glucate, another well-known cancer prevention agent.
Consuming orange in half halves the chances of getting pancreatic cancer, while protecting it from gastric and colon cancer.
Its orange antimicrobial and invigorating properties are concentrated in orange juice.
Oranges come with practically all kinds of dishes, from which you can prepare jams and syrup, you can candy the crust or use grated.
The weight of the orange confirms the juiciness of the fruit – so choose oranges with the right weight.
Store the oranges in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.