Healthy Google Doodle - Webber Naturals
Google and Webber Naturals remembers a person that made waves in health research: Albert Szent-Györgyi
Credited with the discovery of vitamin C, Albert Szent-Györgyi would have turned 118 years old this past September 16th.
In memory of the Hungarian scientist, Google adorned its homepage logo with vitamin C rich foods, with two bright big oranges up front and centre. Aside from discovering vitamin C, Szent-Györgyi is also credited with discovering the components and reactions of the citric acid cycle.
Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin and you can never get too much! It's an essential nutrient and a vital antioxident that our system needs. So don't forget to take your vitamin C! If you're not a fan of oranges (like myself, I must admit), there are plenty of other sources: strawberries, asparagus, papaya, orange juice (which I do like strangely enough), grapefruit juice, brussel sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, green peppers and lemons. Although, I don't really suggest eating lemons by themselves. Those lemons have a pretty sour bite!