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Health Benefits Of Apple Juice

Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
Apple Juice

Apples are one of the most popular fruit in the world. They are known for their wonderful taste as well as their high nutritional value and they're also a popular low-calorie breakfast. Apples can be consumed at any time of the day in their original form or as apple juice.

Apples are used to prepare a variety of foods and recipes, such as milkshakes, fruit salads and apple cakes. As they provide a number of health benefits, it is recommended to eat apples every day. Of course, many people prefer to take the vitamins from this delicious fruit in the form of juice, so we will introduce you to the benefits of its consumption.

Apple juice is the only one that can be combined with vegetable juices. Vegetables and fruits are broken down by various enzymes and therefore they should not be mixed. The only exception is the apple, which gives the vegetable juice a pleasant sweet taste.

Apple juice contains a lot of vitamin C and P, potassium salts, calcium, iron, copper, manganese, cobalt, zinc, nickel. It is used in atherosclerosis, liver disease, bladder, kidney and many others. The pectin from the juice along with the edible part normalizes the intestinal activity. The high content of sugars and organic acids helps to recover quickly after heavy exercise.

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Apple juice can be drunk without restriction in relatively large quantities - up to 1 liter per day. A teaspoon of apple juice mixed with a teaspoon of honey is taken in the morning, noon and evening to eliminate the bacteria that cause bile infection. However, you should know that the healthy and invigorating drink is shown to have a bad effect on gastritis, ulcers and pancreatitis.

Apple juice is also recommended for hard mental work. It also helps to remove heavy metals from the body.

According to the study, that studied more than 10 000 people who ate the most apples, had a 50% lower risk of developing lung cancer. Researchers believe this is due to the high levels of flavonoids, quercetin and naringin in apples.

But we all know that not many people can eat 5-6 apples a day to protect themselves from unpleasant illness. On the other hand, a glass of freshly squeezed apple juice is made from that many apples.