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October 26, 2018
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Tangerine
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Originally from China and with some varieties, tangerine has spread rapidly throughout the world. Its multiple benefits and its large-scale harvest makes it a food increasingly incorporated in our cuisine and diet.
 
The mandarin is a characteristic fruit and used in our kitchens, for two reasons: for its peculiar flavor and for its easy handling to peel it.

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They improve cognitive functioning, have folic acid, potassium and several antioxidants and are known for their neurological benefits.
Potassium increases the flow of blood to the brain and improves neuronal activity, concentration and cognitive faculties. Folic acid reduces the risk of cognitive and Alzheimer's deterioration.

Improve cardiovascular health

Vitamin B6, vitamin C, potassium and fiber improve cardiovascular health. According to the Spanish Survey of Health and Nutrition Examination, a large number of Americans do not consume the recommended daily intake of potassium (4700 mg) despite its benefits. One study indicates that people who consume 1069 milligrams of potassium per day have a 49% lower chance of dying from cardiovascular disease compared to people who consume 1000 mg daily.

They also improve the health of the digestive system because it contains a lot of fiber and help to maintain a healthy blood pressure. They are full of potassium and have little sodium and help the immune system.

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