Fruit and Vegetables That Contain More Vitamin C than Oranges.

The first association when we think of vitamin C is orange.
Indeed, oranges are rich in this vitamin. More specifically, a small orange has about 50 mg of vitamin C.

Given that the recommended daily intake of vitamin C for an adult is 75mg, it means that consumption of only two oranges will be able to surpass it.

However, there are fruits and vegetables that contain more vitamin C than oranges.

Red Peppers

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Mild red peppers when used raw in salads contain a lot more vitamin C than oranges.
A cup filled with red peppers cut into strips contains impressive 231mg vitamin C.

Papaya

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Papaya it is Called “fruit of the angels” and it is an excellent source of vitamin C and guardian of digestive health.
A small papaya contains 96mg vitamin C.

Strawberries

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Irresistible strawberries are not only delicious, but also incredibly healthy and low-calorie.
A cup filled with strawberries contains 85mg vitamin C.

Kiwi

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When it comes to vitamin C kiwi contains more than oranges.
This sour green fruit with small black seeds contains 64 mg of vitamin C.
A cup full of sliced kiwi has even 167mg.

Broccoli

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Broccoli are rich with vitamins and minerals and also are fantastic allies to preserve health.
A cup full of fresh chopped broccoli contains 81mg of vitamin C.

Kale

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This vegetable is indicated as a superhero in the prevention of many diseases.
A cup full of chopped kale gives you 80mg of vitamin C.

Brussels sprouts

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Brussels sprouts are rich in vitamin C and also are an excellent source of vitamin K.
A cup full of Brussels sprouts contains 75mg vitamin C.

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