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Top vitamin C rich foods

Onlymyhealth Editorial Team, Date:2016-07-19
When aiming for a healthy life, you cannot neglect the value of a healthy diet. People with a busy schedule often spend their day with an unhealthy diet. Yes, working class people most of the times are bound to spend their day eating junk food, such as cold drinks, burgers, pizzas and other junk food that erode your body from inside. Yes, the food that you get from fast food corners is bad for health because the ingredients used in making junk food aren’t always healthy. When we say healthy lifestyle, we are actually talking about proper workout, disciplined sleeping pattern and a balanced healthy diet. Whatever you eat has nutrients in it, regardless of amount. Vegetables, fruits and other foods that you eat have nutrients in them. Now, one nutrient that should be in your regular diet is Vitamin C. Why vitamin C should be in your diet? Vitamin C can offer you a number of health and skin benefits such as prevention of cold and flu, yes, vitamin can prevent cold and flu and it can also cure cold and flu and the nausea that cold and flu cause, it can help body fight emotional and physical stress, it can boost metabolism allowing you to lose weight, it can offer you a great looking health skin, it promotes the production of collagen that helps to fight with signs of ageing, if you have vitamin c regularly in your diet, you can witness a balanced blood pressure. Now, what all foods have Vitamin c in them? All citrus fruits such as oranges, lime and lemon are some of the citrus fruits that have high amount of vitamin c in them, bell pepper, broccoli, papaya, strawberries and tomatoes.
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