ARANCIA: MOLTO PIÙ CHE VITAMINA C

ORANGE: MUCH MORE THAN VITAMIN C

ORANGE, A COMPLETE FRUIT AT OUR DISPOSAL

Orange is a fruit native to Indochina and Southeast Asia, which in ancient times spread to the Mediterranean and was introduced to America by Christopher Columbus.

In Italy, production is mostly concentrated in Sicily. "Oranges are distinguished according to the peel, the presence or absence of seeds, the texture and color of the pulp.

Once again we find wisdom in popular sayings: "Orange is gold in the morning, silver at noon and lead in the evening!" This characteristic is due to the fact that an orange is made up of a plurality of wedges, and that each wedge in itself represents a complete fruit, also with seeds.

The digestion of an orange therefore requires a high expenditure of energy and is difficult after meals or in the evening.

Oranges are fruits rich in vitamin P, vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamins of group B, which make it precious for increasing the body's immune defenses , promoting the reconstruction and renewal of tissues, prevent skin aging to the point of being considered anti- wrinkle par excellence .

Orange is also very rich in Iron, Potassium, Phosphorus, Chlorine, Calcium and Magnesium, precious minerals for the balance of the nervous system , blood and health heart .

Thanks to its low sugar content, orange is the fruit indicated for those suffering from diabetes .


Bibliography
D. Morini, A D'Eugenio, F. Aufiero. The pharmacological power of food.