Sources of vitamin c, Biology

Sources of vitamin C
  1. It is found in many of the natural foods like fresh citrus fruits like limes, lemons and oranges are rich sources of vitamin C.
  2. The best and the cheapest source of vitamin C is the Indian goosebery or Amla. 
  3. Guava and papaya are another cheap and rich sources of vitamin C.
  4. The papaya fruit is also a good source of vitamin C.
  5. Green leafy vegetables, tomatoes and germinating pulses are other sources of vitamin C.
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