Orange Citrus Fruit


Oranges (CC photo by Challiyan courtesy of Flickr)


Rich in vitamin A, B1, B2, C, Potassium, Calcium, Phosphorus, Acid Folic and Magnesium.

Effects on your health:

Diuretic, laxative, invigorates the nervous system, protects against convulsions, headaches, numbness, insomnia. It is very good to fight colds, infections, prevents cancer, anemia, heart diseases, skin problems and supports the cicatrix process.

How to pick a good orange:

Select the oranges that are heavy and firm, with a shiny and smooth skin. Oranges that are light may lack pulp and juice. A rough skin is a sign of an orange that is old and deteriorated from the inside. Never get an orange that shows cuts, perforations or has a soft part and over all things it started to loose color.

How to preserve an orange:

Never put on the refrigerator the juice for prolonged periods of time because it looses its proprieties. Fresh oranges can last over 2 weeks on the refrigerator but room temperature gives you more juice.

Nutritional facts:

For every 100 gr

Calories: 35

Carbohydrates: 8.6 gr

Protein: 0.8 gr

Fat: none.


Orange (CC photo by NADIA courtesy of Flickr)

Posted by Magdiel

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