Oranges and tangerines will help you to stay healthy

Oranges and tangerines will help you to stay healthy
 

In winter, experts highly recommend eating as much oranges and tangerines as possible because they are very important if you want to stay healthy. According to various researches, our body’s cells – lymphocytes – must be constantly “fed” with vitamin C, because only then our body will be protected sufficiently against all the types of pathogens. Since vitamin C is used by our body for fighting external enemies, it is necessary to make sure that you get enough amount of this vitamin together with food.

One of the greatest pioneers in this field was Professor dr. Linus Pauling, who has been criticized for his vitamin C therapy for many years. However, today it is known that he was right in many ways, though sometimes applied too big doses of vitamin C. In practice, we know that in winter there is a high possibility to get colds or flu viruses, so we have to take more vitamin C. You can safely use high doses of vitamin C because the axcess of vitamin C is excreted through the urine system. In addition, this way helps to disinfect the urinary tract. Therefore, to get the needed amount of vitamin C, eat 2-3 oranges, 1 grapefruit, 3 kiwi or 3 tangerines each day. You can also get high doses of vitamin C by eating bell peppers or if you eat 4 tablespoons of sauerkraut per day. During a week, you should drink about 1 liter of rosehip tea. In addition, large amounts of vitamin C can be received from the jacket potatoes, and various cabbages.

German Nutrition Society provides more important information: they recommend using vitamin C for smokers – it should protect them from colds and other infectious diseases because it was found that vitamin C destructs nicotine in humans’ body.

 

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