It’s Orange Season!

Did you know that:

  • Oranges are full of Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that protects your body from aging and many harmful diseasesOranges by Sandy Bröcking/Think Smart & Lose Weight
  • Oranges strengthen our blood capillaries and prevent varicose veins
  • Oranges give you healthy skin and healthy hair
  • Oranges are high in Calcium which gives you strong bones and theeth (who said that milk is the stuff to have to get your calcium from…?)
  • Oranges prevent heart disease
  • Oranges are an energy food
  • Oranges are a great choice of food but should not be overdone as they contain a lot of sugar

Tip:Cockatoo eating oranges by Sandy Bröcking /Think Smart & Lose Weight

When you get the feeling that you may have caught a cold, have an orange sprinkled with shredded coconut for breakfast for the next couple of days. Coconut is known to be one of the ‘superfoods’ and a big boost for your immune system. Together with the protecting goodies from oranges it’s a great help to fight any cold or flu. – … it certainly works for me.

Take care of yourself – and your body!



About Sandy Bröcking

I’m a health professional, author and motivational speaker who is passionate to help people lose weight the healthy way. As I used to be heavily overweight myself a long time ago, I believe that successful weight loss comes from motivation and knowledge. My passion is to stop people being fooled by often expensive diet regimes. Believe me - losing weight for good is not as difficult as most people think.
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