- 1 pomegranate
- 2 Cranberry
- 3 Papaya
- 4 oranges
- 5 apples
- 6 References
Pomegranate contains a set of vitamins, where each cup of it contain any equivalent of 174 grams to 7 grams of fiber, 3 grams of protein, and 30% of the recommended amount of vitamin C, and 36% of vitamin K, as well as 16% of folic acid and 12% of potassium. 
One cup contains cranberry or raspberry (in English: Blackberry) on 30.2 milligrams of vitamin C, so that it provides 40% of the need for women's daily vitamin C, and 33% for men, and it is a source of very rich in vitamin K, it contains 1.7 Millgram of Vitamin e, plus it contains other vitamins make up 10% of the recommended daily Meccan, such as vitamin a, vitamin b and folic acid. 
Known as papaya fruit as one of the best fruits that contain vitamin C, as well as it is very rich in vitamin E, providing a single grain of that fruit approximately 17% of the daily needs of the body, this is recommended to add papaya whether fresh or frozen juices natural, or ingested as a snack with a range of other fruits. 
Orange is characterized by his popularity and Btamh sweet, which contains high amounts of vitamin C, which constitutes approximately 93% of the recommended daily amount of vitamin C, as well as to contain vitamin B1 by 9%, fiber, potassium element, and 5% of calcium, this it is a light meal perfect. 
Apple has a high percentage of vitamin C, according to the US Department of Agriculture, where the fruit of apples medium-sized containing approximately 8.4 milligrams of vitamin C, approximately 9% of the daily need for men of vitamin C, and 11% among women, and also contains vitamin B6, vitamin B2, vitamin B1. 
- ↑ Joe Leech, MS (18-8-2016), "12 Health Benefits of Pomegranate"، www.healthline.com, Retrieved 23-4-2018. Edited.
- ↑ JULIA BODEEB (3-10-2017), "Vitamins in Blackberries"، www.livestrong.com, Retrieved 23-4-2018. Edited.
- ↑ Dr. Edward Group DC (25-11-2015), "15 Foods High in Vitamin E"، www.globalhealingcenter.com, Retrieved 4-4-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Oranges", www.whfoods.com, Retrieved 4-4-2018. Edited.
- ↑ MALA SRIVASTAVA (3-10-017), "What Vitamins Do Apples Contain?"، www.livestrong.com, Retrieved 23-4-2018. Edited.
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