Apples get all the doctor-thwarting accolades. But antioxidant-rich mandarins may have anti-cancer properties too, according to a 2015 study in Nutrition and Cancer.
When you get tired of eating them on its own, try these two ways to juice and jazz things up.
1. Make the mandarin orange insta-snack you see here, courtesy of Valerie Aikman-Smith, co-author of the cookbook Citrus. This fruit “rojak” tastes great with the segmented citrus mixed into a slaw of thinly sliced apple, fennel and green olives.
2. Juice leftover mandarin oranges into ice cubes trays, and drop the frozen cubes into sparkling water for a virtually calorie-free soda alternative.
By: The Editors of Men’s Health