Preventing colds and flu
requires a healthy diet and a daily dose of vitamin C. Vitamin C can be found
not only in citrus fruits but also from other foods as well. Here is a list of
foods that you haven’t thought of finding vitamin C in them, but indeed is a
very good source of vitamin C:
In addition to being
great sources of beta-carotene, sweet potatoes, unlike carrots are also high in
Green tomatoes, though
deliciously fried, are not as rich in vitamins A and C as their vine-ripened
Great sources of Vitamin
C: collard greens, kale, brussel sprouts, red cabbage, snow peas and broccoli.
Good news for pasta sauce
lovers! Both canned and fresh tomatoes are good sources of vitamins C and E.
Freshly squeezed orange
juice maintains most of its vitamin C for up to a week if refrigerated in a
Eat sweet potatoes: wash, poke and bake at 350 degrees for about an hour. They
are sweet-tasting, only about 100 calories and are high in beta carotene and
Ounce for ounce, raw red
peppers have four times more vitamin C than peeled oranges.