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James Colquhoun, Filmmaker (Food Matters & Hungry For Change)
This incredible nutrient is so vital for health! Since it was discovered to cure scurvy in British mariners centuries ago, it is now known to cure over 30 major diseases, being aggressively used by Frederick R. Klenner, M.D. since the early 1940’s! Dr Klenner cured chicken pox, measles, mumps, tetanus and polio with huge doses of the vitamin.
Dr. Karel Tyml and his colleagues at The University of Western Ontario discovered that vitamin C can reverse sepsis, whilst Dr. Song at The University of Ulsan in Korea found an adequate intake of vitamin C was associated with longer survival in patients with heart failure likely by helping the body to reduce inflammation.
Though you may not require Vitamin C therapy in large doses, ensuring you are consuming plenty of this vital nutrient each day will only benefit you!
Most vitamin C supplements are riddled with chemicals, artificial colours, and preservatives. We’d rather have ours in a much more delicious way! Real food!
To make sure you’re getting the most vitamin C out of your food, eat them raw and unprocessed! Vitamin C is not very heat stable so once cooked or processed, some of the food’s vitamin C is lost!
We’ve found 10 of the top natural sources for you to incorporate into your day.
The camu camu berry is one of the world’s most abundant sources of vitamin C – in fact, one single teaspoon of camu camu powder has 1180% of your recommended daily intake! That’s 708mg in a tiny dose!
The acerola cherry is packed with vitamin C! One tablespoon of powder contains 315mg! That’s 525% of your daily intake with just one teaspoon!
A cup of chopped red bell pepper contains nearly three times more vitamin C than an orange, providing 190mg.
Just one half cup of this tropical fruit contains 188mg.
Surprisingly rich in vitamin C, one cup of slices has 167mg, or the equivalent of 278% of your daily needs.
The antioxidant rich goji berry also contains a good source of vitamin C, providing 144mg in one cup of goji berry powder!
Oranges are often the first thing most people think of when reaching for a natural dose of vitamin C, and with good reason! Citrus fruits in general all provide a source of vitamin C, but one cup of orange segments will give you 96mg. 160% of your daily intake.
This hydrating tropical fruit tastes amazing with fresh lime juice (an extra vitamin C boost!), but a one cup serving delivers 88mg all on it’s own!
One of the highest sources of vitamin C in the vegetable world comes from broccoli! No wonder your mum wanted you to eat it! Just one cup of florets has 81mg of vitamin C.