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That's how much vitamin C is in fruits and vegetables

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The recommended daily allowance for vitamin C is controversial. The German Nutrition Society recommends 95 milligrams of vitamin C for adult women and 110 for men. For smokers it should be 135 or 155 milligrams. Fruit and vegetables are ideal suppliers.

Status: December 21, 2020 | 11:35 am | market

1 | 12 apples are one of the Germans' favorite fruits. When it comes to vitamin C, however, they are not among the front runners: 100 grams of fruit contain around ten milligrams.

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2 | Twelve tomatoes have twice as much vitamin C as apples: 25 milligrams per 100 grams of fruit.

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3 | 12 oranges contain vitamin C, but with 50 milligrams they don't quite live up to their good reputation. Freshly squeezed orange juice hardly contains fewer vitamins - a 0.2 liter glass almost covers the daily requirement.

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4 | 12 lemons are generally considered to be very rich in vitamins. However, they are overrated. With 60 milligrams per 100 grams of pulp, they don't make it into the top group.

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5 | 12 kiwis began their triumphal march in Germany in the 1960s. With a vitamin C content of around 60 milligrams, they are in the range of lemons.

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6 | 12 100 grams of peppers bring it up to 150 milligrams. Red varieties are just ahead of yellow ones. Green peppers are not yet ripe, contain around 100 mg and will later turn red, yellow or orange depending on the variety.

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7 | 12 Parsley is rather inconspicuous. But with around 160 milligrams of vitamin C, the green leaves are quite impressive. However, parsley is rarely consumed in large quantities. Tip: Parsley also tastes great as a pesto.

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8 | 12 Black currants are one of the lesser-known sources of vitamin C. With 175 milligrams they are in the top group. Unfortunately, fresh berries are hard to come by in winter. There are significantly fewer vitamins in currant juice.

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9 | 12 sea buckthorn berries contain 400 to 900 milligrams of vitamin C. The yellow fruits taste sour and tart. The trade offers sea buckthorn juice and puree, the vitamin content of which, however, is significantly lower than that of the fruit.

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10 | 12 rose hips contain up to 1,500 milligrams of vitamin C per 100 grams, but there are dozens of varieties with very different vitamin C levels. Rose hips must be pitted before eating. The red peel can then be eaten raw.

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11 | 12 The acerola cherry has a sour taste and contains around 1,700 milligrams of vitamin C per 100 grams. Since the stone fruits spoil very quickly, they are usually only available as juice or dried fruit.

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12 | 12 Other exotic species with an extremely high vitamin C content are fruits of the camu camu bush from South America with 2,000 and the Australian bush plum with up to 3,000 milligrams per 100 grams of pulp.

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