Wednesday, 13 June 2012


Oranges contain beta-carotene and bioflavanoids that strengthen capillary walls of blood vessels. There is also a lot of pectin in the fruit and orange peel, the benefits to help lower bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol. Oranges also contain abundant flavanoid, as flavanpis which serves as an antioxidant antidote to capture free radicals cause cancer. Flavonoids also inhibit oxidation of bad cholesterol that causes blood to coagulate and prevent deposition of fat in the blood vessel wall. Oranges are also rich in fruits sugar content which can recover energy quickly. Oranges are also rich in fiber that can bind carcinogens in the digestive tract. The benefit of constipation, hemorrhoids and cancer
colon can be avoided.

In 100 g oranges contains 51 kcal of energy, protein 0.9 g, 0.2 g fat, 11.4 g carbohydrates, 33 mg calcium, phosphorus 23 mg, 0.4 mg iron, 57 mcg retinol and ascorbic acid 49 mg. Oranges are also rich in fiber which can facilitate the digestive process.

Oranges contain vitamin A, B1, B2 and C. Oranges contain anti-cancer to the body. O
ranges can prevent and treat various diseases and other health problems such as: treat thrush, lower the risk of cardiovascular, cancer, and cataracts

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