Some ancient Chinese texts mention that mandarin oranges were grown in China in the 12th century BC. They are believed to have originated from wild oranges from northeastern India, from where they reached China and then conquered the world. Today, there are several subspecies of mandarin oranges, but they are all fragrant, juicy and very healthy: one hundred grams of fruit has only 47 calories, but it is full of vitamins and minerals. And it gives them to us when we need them most, during the winter. Vitamins C, A, B1, folic and pantothenic acid, calcium, copper, potassium, as well as plenty of fiber, will contribute to healthy digestion, metabolism, strengthen the immune system – the body’s ability to fight viral infections and cancer cells, regulate blood pressure and strengthen cardiovascular system, enhance brain function, eye health, and skin health.
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