Impressive Orange Facts
1. Oranges and lemons smell different due to chemically identical molecules that are mirror images of each other. An orange is really just a left-handed lemon.
2. People are drawn into stores by warm hues like reds, oranges, and yellows, but once inside cool colors like blues and greens encourage them
3. Warm colors such as yellow, orange and red make you hungry - Which is why many fast food restaurants are yellow, orange and red.
4. In the classic movie 'Godfather', an orange is always seen somewhere in the scene before someone is killed.
5. An orange is a berry but a strawberry isn't.
6. Robins’ ‘red’ breasts are orange.
7. A whole orange will float on water, but sinks if you peel it.
8. There is a woman named, "Marijuana Pepsi Jackson" â€“ She has never smoked and prefers orange soda.
9. Eat an orange before working out. Not only does it keep you hydrated, but it also prevents your muscles from getting sore.
10. When is an orange green? When it's a Valencia! Sometimes warm weather causes the skin to regreen, or reabsorb chlorophyll, giving it a greenish color. But it will still taste great.
11. The color orange was named after the fruit. It was previously referred to as yellow-red.
12. Navel oranges are named that because of the belly-button formation opposite the stem end. The bigger the navel in an orange, the sweeter it will be.
13. The steam from a cup of coffee contains the same amount of antioxidants as three oranges which help prevent cancer and heart diseases.
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