One of the first things that comes to mind when we talk about Vitamin C is orange. Truth be told, oranges do deserve their reputation as Vitamin C rich fruits. Or, to be specific, one small orange contains around 50 mg of Vitamin C.
The average advised dose of Vitamin C for women is 75 mg, meaning that women can achieve and actually go above the line with just two oranges a day.
However, there are many fruits and veggies that contain way more Vitamin C than oranges. Read on.
One cup filled with cut paprika contains a whopping amount of 231mg of Vitamin C. In order to take full advantage of red paprika, you should consume them raw in salads, for example.
It’s no secret that broccoli is a super food. Filled with tons of different vitamins and minerals, these are great health preservers.
One cup filled with freshly cut broccolis contains 81mg Vitamin C.
The irresistible strawberries are not only delicious, but they are incredibly healthy and low on calories.
One cup of whole strawberries has 85mg Vitamin C.
Kiwis too beat oranges when it comes to Vitamin C. This sour-y green fruit with tiny black seeds can be found throughout the whole year and shouldn’t be skipped on a daily basis.
One kiwi has 64mg of Vitamin C, and a cup filled with chopped kiwis has 167mg.
Papaya is also known as the “Angel’s fruit”. It is also a great source of Vitamin C and a great preserver of your digestive health and well-being.
One small papaya has 96mg of Vitamin C.
Over the last few years, kale gained a lot of popularity among nutritionists. This veggie is considered to be the superhero when it comes to preventing all sorts of diseases.
One cup of cut kale offers 80mg of Vitamin C.
Brussels sprouts don’t have quite the tempting taste, but its nutritional value should be enough of a motivator for you to include it in your meals. Other then it being rich with Vitamin C, it’s also a source of Vitamin K.
One cup of brussels sprouts contains 75mg of Vitamin C.