Go Orange! #GoOrange

Look what turned up on my doorstep yesterday!

Yes that’s right – 10 oranges!

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I agreed a while back to be involved in the Citrus Australia Go Orange campaign. Oranges have amazing benefits and so they are promoting it over 10 days and I was asked to eat an orange a day for 10 days and to post it on Twitter, Instagram etc – so here I am.

This week all my posts will be orange based 🙂

If you are an avid orange fan and want to see what everyone involved is up to then you can do at #GoOrange on Twitter or Instagram and Facebook.

4 Facts about Oranges you may or may not know

1. Work hard to support the immune system 

The antioxidants in oranges keep busy by supporting our immune systems as well as fighting free radicals along the way.

2. Keep your ageing process in check

Super antioxidants such as polyphenols and carotenoids assist in helping to keep the ageing process in check.

3. Oranges for a Happy Heart 

Oranges contain a perfect recipe of heart protective nutrients such as folate, potassium, fibre and antioxidants.

4. Eat healthily and maintain a healthy weight 

Oranges are an ideal fruit as part of a balanced diet. With low GI and fibre, they’ll help ward off hunger pangs and keep you satisfied for longer.

Have a great Tuesday 🙂

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    1. Thanks Matilda. They arrived at the right time as I am still feeling a bit under the weather so hopefully all that vitamin C will get me bouncing back in no time 🙂

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