Oranges

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The mascot of vitamin C foods, oranges are actually rich in micronutrients and contain 70 mg of vitamin C found in one orange.

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Kiwi

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Kiwis are high in vitamin C and eating a medium fresh kiwi fruit provides 64mg or 71% of the vitamin C.

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Broccoli

Broccoli provides 39mg of vitamin C, or 43% of the daily value, when eaten raw in 1/2 cup and is an edible green plant of the cabbage family.

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Strawberries

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Strawberries are rich in vitamin C. Strawberries here are great for your heart and 1/2 cup sliced strawberries provides 49mg or more than 50% of the daily value. It has a rich antioxidant capacity.

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Mango

Mango is a refreshing tropical fruit. The hour here is as delicious as it is nutritious. A 3/4 cup mango slice contains 45 mg of vitamin C and is also a good source of folate and copper.

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Tomato

One medium tomato contains 17 milligrams of vitamin C, or 19% of the daily value. A juicy slice of tomato on your daily lunch sandwich is great for your health.

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 Guava

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Guava is a great refreshing fruit and contains 126mg of vitamin C. The tropical fruit here is rich in many antioxidants. Our skin is actually edible too!

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Lemons

Lemon contains 34 mg of Vitamin C and also lemon here can help in weight loss, here it prevents all these dangers Anemia, heart disease, digestive problems, cancer and kidney stones

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Papaya

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Papaya is rich in Vitamin C If you consume small papayas then it contains 96mg of Vitamin C along with high levels of antioxidants.

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Spinach

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Spinach is also a good source of vitamin C. If you eat 1/2 cup of cooked spinach, it contains 10% of the daily value and leafy green spinach is one of the nutrient-rich vegetables to eat as it tops the charts.

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