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Tangerines

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Tangerines (Citrus tangerina) are a citrus fruit with an orange color that is closely linked to mandarin tangerines (Citrus reticulata). Tangerines are often smaller than standard tangerines, making them easier to peel and segment. The flavor is described as being less acidic, sweeter, and stronger than that of an orange.

Benefits of Tangerines:

i) Tangerines have been shown to aid in the improvement of cognitive function: Numerous tangerine components, including potassium, folate, and different antioxidants, have been shown to have neuroprotective properties. Folate has been shown to be beneficial in preventing the onset of Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive impairment. Potassium has been associated with increased brain blood flow and has been shown to improve cognition, concentration, and neural activity.

ii) Tangerines benefit pregnant women and their infants in the following ways: Tangerines are an excellent source of folate and other B vitamins. Folate has been found in prenatal newborns to aid with neural tube and red blood cell development. Folic acid deficiency during pregnancy can result in underweight infants and neural tube abnormalities in neonates.

iii) Manage Blood Pressure: Tangerines can aid in the maintenance of normal blood pressure due to their high potassium level and low sodium concentration. Due to the high potassium content, it is well-known. This aids in the relaxation of the blood vessels and the maintenance of a healthy blood pressure.

iv) Tangerines may help maintain a healthy heart: Several nutrients, including fiber, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and potassium, have been shown to benefit the heart.

v) Tangerines can aid in the fight against infection: A large tangerine has 53% of the daily recommended vitamin C intake. Vitamin C is an extremely potent natural water-soluble antioxidant that aids the body in developing resistance to pathogenic agents and in eliminating cancer-causing free radicals.

vi) Tangerines are excellent for maintaining the appearance of your hair and skin: Adequate vitamin C intake from tangerines not only aids in infection prevention, but also aids in the production and maintenance of collagen, an essential protein present in hair and skin. Tangerines are also a good source of vitamin A. Vitamin A is known to nourish the hair by increasing sebum production.

vii) Tangerines may aid in improving the regularity of your stomach’s digestion: Tangerines are a good source of fiber. Fiber can aid in the prevention of constipation and make bowel movements more manageable.

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