Hold the Orange Juice: 5 Other Sources of Vitamin C

5 Other Sources of Vitamin C5 Other Sources of Vitamin CMy daughter is a huge fan of her daily orange juice, but sometimes I'm not in the mood for such a sweet drink early in the morning. The good news is that many other foods are high in immunity-boosting vitamin C. Here are 5 non-citrus ways to get your daily dose.

Broccoli Broccoli 1. Broccoli Here's another reason to eat broccoli: The green vegetable has one of the highest concentrations of vitamin C you'll find in the produce section.
Make broccoli nuggets

Papayas Papayas 2. Papayas Gorgeous papayas are deliciously high in vitamin C and can be shredded and used in salads or hollowed out and used as bowls.
Make a papaya breakfast bowl

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Bell Peppers Bell Peppers 3. Bell Peppers Get your vitamins at dinner! Red bell peppers are packed with vitamin C and make fabulous savory sides or main courses.
Make stuffed bell peppers

Strawberries Strawberries 4. Strawberries Believe it or not, strawberries have the most vitamin C of all, even more than oranges. Your family can enjoy them on their own or in fun recipes.
Make stuffed strawberries

Related: 9 vegan ways to eat your vitamins

Chili PeppersChili Peppers5. Chili Peppers Spicy addicts rejoice! Chili peppers are a great source of Vitamin C. Add them to your favorite meal for a daily dose of spice and vitamins.
Make chili lime deviled eggs

- By Kelsey Banfield
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