- WendigoLv 72 months ago
The only nutrient or vitamin of significance is vitamin C. A single large lemon (about eighty four grams) will provide about seventy four percent of the U.S. RDA of of vitamin C. The rest are below the level of significance. Even at one hundred grams or three and a half ounces there are no other vitamins of significance or meets the ten percent mark to be considered significant. Vitamin B6 and potassium makes it to three percent of the U.S. RDA. Which is considered of no real significance as a dietary source of either of those two essential micronutrients.
- 2 months ago
Vitamin C. An essential vitamin and antioxidant, vitamin C is important for immune function and skin health (5Trusted Source, 6Trusted Source).
Potassium. A diet high in potassium can lower blood pressure levels and have positive effects on heart health (7Trusted Source).
Vitamin B6. A group of related vitamins, B6 is involved in converting food into energy.
- PearlLv 72 months ago
probably vitamin c
- Anonymous2 months ago
Hmmmmm.... Im not surw about that!!