Striking: Oranges and lemons are not included, while citrus fruits are known for their rich amount of vitamin C. Oranges contain 50 milligrams of vitamin C per 100 grams. However, there are quite a few fruits that contain a lot of vitamin C. We’ll list them from number five to one.
When you think of summer fruit, you probably think of strawberries. Fortunately, this popular fruit is also rich in vitamin C. With no less than 64 milligrams per 100 grams, strawberries are number five on the list. This way you can easily meet your vitamin C needs. Do you also want to watch your calorie intake? Then strawberries are a double recommendation: there are only about 32kcal in a 100g bowl.
Kiwi, with 79 milligrams per 100 grams, ranks fourth. What is useful in this piece of fruit: After eating kiwi, you are getting exactly the ideal amount of your daily vitamin C intake. In addition, kiwi is not only rich in vitamin C, it is also rich in vitamin E and potassium. They ensure good digestion and thus a good balance in our intestines.
Black currant is in third place. Not to be confused with blueberries, which are often eaten. Black currant is also known as cassis berry. With a 100-gram serving, you’ll soon get 150 milligrams of vitamin C, twice the amount found in a kiwi. Good tip to stock up for next time! For example, put them in a whole-grain muffin, blend them into a smoothie or just eat them out of your hand. This, of course, is the most correct option.
We’ve come to the lesser-known fruits. Feel like trying something different and getting extra vitamin C? So you are good with guava. This fruit (shown in the photo above) is native to Central America. It has a light green or yellow skin and contains edible seeds inside. In addition to being rich in fiber and potassium, guavas excel in particular in the amount of vitamin C per 100 grams of guava, as they contain 200 milligrams of vitamin C, and oranges are incomparable, because they contain four times the amount of the vitamin. c!
In the first place, with no less than 1,700 (!) Milligrams of vitamin C per 100 grams, is acerola; It is also called Barbados cherry or West Indian cherry. Acerola is found in the Caribbean and northern South America. It is therefore not surprising that the fruit is relatively unknown to us. So you won’t easily come across these cherries in the supermarket on the corner. However, due to its high vitamin C content, it is often processed into tablet form and taken as supplements.
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