She went on to explain that the B12 vitamin found in mandarins ‘can [also] help slow the greying process’. After all, scientists believe our hair turns grey when the body lacks B12 and produces hydrogen peroxide. So more B12 means less greys - which is something to seriously celebrate!
Helping wash those greys right out of your hair isn’t the only benefit to eating mandarins. As well improving digestion, regulating blood pressure and being good for your heart, the vitamins found in mandarins can also reduce your risk of cancer, Osteoporosis and diabetes.
The fruit is also high in fibre and great for those looking to lose weight.
‘Studies have shown that eating a high-fiber diet may be beneficial for weight reduction, decreasing the risk of heart disease, and improving blood sugar levels," reports Healthline.