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Most blood oranges are grown in Italy.
A blood orange is a natural mutation of the naval oranges we’re all familiar with. The National Gardening Association says it’s essentially a cross between an orange and a raspberry. When cut open, it’s their high levels of the anthocyanin pigment that gives them the dark, blood red color that sets them apart.
Especially Important For
People trying to prevent or manage Type 2 Diabetes*, metabolic diseases*, weight loss*, and macular degeneration.*
Free radical fighter*
Fatty liver disrupter*
Eye health enhancer*
Why it's important for overall health
Blood oranges have all the health-promoting compounds that sweet oranges have and more.
They’re rich in Vitamin C. In just 3.4fl oz of natural blood orange juice, you can get 40% of your recommended daily dose of Vitamin C.
One blood orange has the antioxidant quenching capacity of 2kg of navel oranges, making it great at fighting free radicals responsible for heart disease, degenerative diseases and aging.
The anthocyanin pigment that gives blood oranges their blood red color inhibits the multiplication of and induces cell death to cancer cells.
They also have less sugar than traditional naval oranges.
Evidence-based claims, or bust
Anthocyanins and their role in cancer prevention.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION
Red-fleshed sweet orange juice improves the risk factors for metabolic syndrome.
Chemical composition of blood orange varieties from Turkey: A comparative study.
THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
Dietary flavonoids and the prevalence and 15-y incidence of age-related macular degeneration.
HARVARD T.H. CHAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH