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  9 months ago

TOFD: Did you know that every part of an orange is useful?

Oranges are highly nutritious fruit. These are usually used as a flavor for most drinks, desserts or snacks. But aside from the healthy benefits that it can give, every part of this fruit is definitely useful. So, it's a waste-free one. The peels of an orange is fully enriched with four times of fiber. So, it's not really good to just throw it away. Afterall, it's zest are useful for dishes and even for baking too. More than that, it can aid to have better digestion, cure hangovers, and treat bad breath. One of the most neglected part of an orange is its pith. It's the white stringy part. Some would say it's bitter. But, actually this is tasteless. Never ignore it because it also contains lots of nutrients too. It's high in fiber and contains flavonoids. Some would say they don't love orange pulps. Unknowingly, these contains lots of minerals that improve brain function and strengthen bones. Pulps are also high in pectin. It helps ease digestion and lower cholesterol levels. More than that, it removes harmful chemicals from the body. The mostly harvested part of an orange is the juice itself. It's considered as the meat of an orange. A freshly squeezed orange juice is rich with antioxidants. It can also prevent kidney stones and improve heart health. An orange seed and aroma are also useful in making oils. It can be use either for food, and beauty products. The aroma of oranges in an essential oil can also help calm anxiety and creates a positive mood too. Photo credits to new directions aromatics Source: Food News


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  9 months ago
That's true, I only eat the inner part when I was younger and learned about the other uses during my teenage years.

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