Moro orange originates in Sicily, in the 19th century, as a result of a bud interaction with another orange type.
Moro blood orange contains beneficial components for fat and weight loss:
- These include flavonoids, carotenoids, and hydroxycinnamic acids.
- These components among others work together to help inhibit fat storage.
- Their anthocyanin component helps decrease weight and adipose tissue.
What is the secret of the moro orange?
Anthocyanins are a compound ingredient researched by scientists to promote healthy weight loss.
Anthocyanins from moro blood oranges have been shown to help lower weight and adipose tissue (fat) by engaging in metabolism regulation of fatty acids.
It's been proven that obese adults taking moro orange extract juice noticed significant reductions in BMI (body mass index).
Other benefits of blood orange
Research showed the results of these and other moro orange components may work together to inhibit fat storage.
Reduced fat accumulation by about 50%, decreased adipocyte size, and regulated gene expression of adipose tissue (modulated gene expression changes caused by a high-fat diet).