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Everyone knows that oranges are packed with Vitamin C, but did you know this citrus fruit is rich in fiber, which can help reduce cholesterol and regulate blood sugars? Oranges can also help prevent cardiovascular disease, regulate blood pressure and have been linked to preventing lung cancer and ulcers. They’re also rich in calcium, which can help you build strong bones and teeth.

To help your oranges last (up to two weeks), store them in a refrigerator. You can store oranges at room temperature for two days. The best oranges are firm and heavy (and therefore juicy) — so look for those in your grocery store.


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Did You Know?

The orange is technically a hesperidum, a type of berry.