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Description:This image depicts a ceramic bowl, which had been set atop a clean wooden cutting board, and filled with a number of whole oranges, and a single wedge of this fruit. The wedge exposed the juicy, nutrient-rich interior, enclosed in a thick orange-colored skin.
Oranges are highly valued for their vitamin C content. It is a primary source of vitamin C for most Americans. This wonderful fruit has more to offer nutritionally than just this one nutrient, containing sufficient amounts of folacin, calcium, potassium, thiamin, niacin and magnesium. Most of the consumption of oranges is in the form of juice. Eating the whole fruit provides 140% of the recommended dietary allowance for vitamin C, less than the juice, but with more fiber, which is not present in the juice.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Amanda Mills
Creation Date:2011
Photo Credit:Amanda Mills
Links:CDC - Vegetable of the Month: Oranges
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