Where yellow kiwi has 120-180 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams of fruit, and orange has just 53 mg, Papaya has about 60 mgs, strawberry 57 mgs, tomato just 19 mgs, Kakadu Plum has about 2300 to 3150 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams of fruit, which is about 2-3%, of it's total.
Next is Rosehip with 2000-2500 mgs then Acerola with 1667 mgs.
Vitamin C is an essential nutrient that the body needs in order to function at its optimal level. It's a water soluble antioxidant vitamin, which means several things. One: If we eat several fruits that are good sources of vitamin C the excess vitamin C will be excreted in the urine. Also since it's an antioxidant, it plays a big part in helping to fight illnesses such as cancer and even colds and flu. It also helps to prevent illnesses from occurring. Vitamin C is also important for the formation of collagen which we need for healthy bones, cartilage, muscles, blood vessels, and skin.
Vitamin C, also
known as L-ascorbic acid, is an essential component in our bodies. It
is a water-solublevitamin and acts as a powerful antioxidant. We are
not able to synthesize it endogenously, therefore, we have to obtain
it through our diet, either by taking food items which are rich in
vitamin C or by taking it in the form of dietary supplements. We
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