Mandarins are like oranges, rich in vitamins such as vitamin A and B. The vitamin c found in mandarin is useful in combating unstable molecules otherwise known as free radicals. They are also rich in minerals like iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and calcium. They are low in fat. They contain both soluble and insoluble fibre like hemicelluloses and pectin both of which are useful in preventing absorption of cholesterol in the body. It has been found in a research that mandarins help to combat liver cancer to a great deal. This is due to the presence of Vitamin A. Mandarins are useful in helping to reduce blood pressure. This is because they contain minerals such as potassium which is useful in lowering blood pressure. he vitamin C is useful in fighting cold and ensuring proper functioning of the immune system. Mandarins reduce ageing signs like wrinkles, fine lines and blemishes. This is due to the presence of anti-oxidants which protect the skin from UVA rays hence prevent damage caused by the sun as well as free radicals.
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