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The term "citrus" with which oranges are classified, refers to its sour or sour taste, which also applies to lemons, grapefruit, clementines and cedar. They are the fruit that characterizes the winter: in fact its maturation takes place from November to spring.
Oranges are an important source of vitamins: especially C and A, but also a large part of those of group B, (in particular Tiamina, Riboflavin and in addition to vitamin PP or Niacin) and for the daily requirement of vitamin C , just consume 2 or 3 oranges a day. Vitamin C is important first because it helps to strengthen the immune system and thus helps prevent colds and colds. But that's not all: oranges also "boast" a high content of bioflavonoids, substances that together with vitamin C, are very important especially for the reconstitution of collagen in connective tissue. For this reason they can promote the strengthening of bones and teeth, but also cartilage, tendons and ligaments. Even at the connective level of blood vessel walls, the combination of vitamin C and bioflavonoids can help in the prevention of capillary fragility and can generally improve venous flow.
In addition, the "red" quality of oranges is very rich in anthocyanins that can successfully fight inflammatory states. The vitamin C contained in the orange has highlighted, in addition to this, anti-anemic properties as it favors the absorption of iron, useful for the formation of red blood cells.