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ORANGES: THE FORGOTTEN SUPERFOOD We see this term, “superfood,” in health magazines everywhere. These fruits are  usually strange, rare and have names like açai, goji berry, and noni.  But you don’t have  to go across town to that organic exotic food market to find this “superfood.” You  probably have some sitting in your kitchen right now.  Oranges are back and packed with more  nutrients than ever. Recent studies have shown  that the orange has more antioxidants per serving  than any other fruit. In fact, one orange has 170  bioactive phytochemicals to help fight off cancer  and heart disease. An apple a day just doesn’t cut it anymore. Vitamin C had always been known to help strengthen the immune system and  fend off those spring bugs. One medium orange packs 130% of your daily value of the  good C. Who needs to drink Airborne when you can bite into a delicious, juicy orange? Oranges and other citrus fruits have even been found to lower your cholesterol, 
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2008 for the course PR 101 taught by Professor Kraus during the Spring '08 term at BC.

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