We all know that vitamin C juice is good for us. But how much do you really know about why vitamin C is so important? Probably not much. Don’t worry! Little West is to the rescue!
When we say vitamin C, you may think of orange juice and that’s about it. But you undoubtedly have some questions… Why is orange juice such a great source of vitamin C? What makes vitamin C juice so great anyway? And what other delicious ways are there to get vitamin C in your diet?
Here at Little West, we believe everyone has the right to know delicious ways to enjoy healthy foods. That’s why we are here to answer all of your vitamin C questions and give you the inside scoop on the easiest, most mouth-watering ways to amp up your daily vitamin C juice consumption - including the Little West Vitamin C Orange Juice!
From the top vitamin C benefits to the best vitamin C juices, here’s everything you need to know…
Where do we start? Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that is essential for your body to grow and develop. Your body needs vitamin C to form blood vessels, cartilage, muscle, and collagen.
It also helps your body heal and repair when cells are damaged. Vitamin C is also really useful as it helps our body absorb iron, a mineral that also helps us grow and develop!
This is why, when we don’t have enough vitamin C, it can cause some nasty health conditions. Take scurvy for example. Scurvy occurs when your body doesn’t have enough vitamin C to produce enough collagen.
While this condition was more common for sailors stuck out at sea without fresh foods, it shows just how important is that we all keep our vitamin C game up to scratch!
The bad news is that our body doesn’t produce vitamin C automatically. This means we are responsible for making sure we have vitamin C in our diet. *Sigh*. However, the good news is that there are lots of delicious foods and vitamin C juices that are brimming with vitamin C.
The top vitamin C-packed foods include:
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It may sound obvious, but, the best way to get more vitamin C in your diet is to scoff more vitamin C-heavy food. The good news is that all of these foods are yummy fruit and veggies which means it should be too hard to add more of them into your diet.
So, as a general rule, the less time between growing fruit or veg and eating them, the more vitamin C they will contain. This is because the nutrient depletes as time goes by. So, this means buying fresh fruits and veggies locally is going to amp up your vitamin C content - and they will be even more delicious!
The vitamin C levels in your fruit and veg will also deplete if your fruit and veg is cooked at a high temperature. So, we recommend enjoying fresh fruit salads, veg crudités, and fresh salads if you want to enjoy the benefits of more vitamin C.
Vitamin C juices (like vitamin C orange juice) are a fantastic way to level up your vitamin C game. Not only do they use fresh, raw fruit and veggies, but they also mean you can pack loads of fruit and veggies into one easy-to-drink juice that is perfect for consuming in a rush.
You can make your own vitamin C juice at home using your favorite vitamin C-packed ingredients, or, for an even easier hit of vitamin C, why not buy the juice ready-made? Take the Little West Vitamin C Orange Juice for example. It’s ready-made, brimming with locally grown oranges, and may just be the most delicious way to enjoy loads of vitamin C.
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So, it’s obvious vitamin C is an essential nutrient, but can you believe how easy it is to enjoy it in delicious ways? From vitamin C juice to fresh fruit salad, enjoying vitamin C fruit and veggies could not be easier, especially when there are products on the market, like Little West’s Vitamin C Orange Juice, that do half the job for us! From cold-pressed juice to the potential of a juice cleanse, there are numerous avenues to boost your intake. Our juice subscription offers a convenient way to ensure a regular dose of this essential nutrient.
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