Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Vitamin C in lime juice

Natural juice obtained from the whole fruit of Citrus aurantifolia, Limes have very little sugar, no fat, and only a trace of protein but they are high in vitamin C.

Analyses of sour lime juice have given values ranging from 23 to 49 mg ascorbic acid per 1oo gm, with an average of approximately 3o mg. Lime juice is found to have about two-thirds the vitamin C value of lemon juice.

Lime juice with honey or salt in the morning on an empty stomach is good since it helps to maintain the alkalinity of blood an also purifies it. It is ideal for people suffering from arthritis, because the vitamin C in lime juice strengthens connective tissues of the joints.

It also improves the vitality and hence is very useful in treating causes of cold, running nose, cough and other acute conditions.

Vitamin C can help to fight skin mage cause by the sun and pollution, reduce wrinkles and improve overall skin texture.
Vitamin C in lime juice
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