Benefits of apple juice are one too many, enriching your body right from almost all types of vitamins to essential minerals like iron, phosphorous, and potassium.
✦ Apple juice has an appreciable amount of vitamin C, which helps in the wear and tear of body cells and tissues, and also in increasing the immunity level. Hence, it is always recommended in case of injuries.
✦ Pure apple juice benefits us by helping in the proper digestion. It also gets rid of any detrimental toxins from our body. This in turn, reduces diseases in liver and kidneys.
✦ Since apple and its juice has natural sugars present in it, it increases our energy level.
✦ Another benefit is that it does not allow cholesterol to form in our blood vessels. The apple juice consists of compounds called phytonutrients. These compounds reduce the impact of the LDL (low-density lipoprotein) in our body. The LDL causes a plaque inside the wall of the coronary artery which leads to atherosclerosis.
✦ Also, the antioxidant effect of the juice prevents diseases like cancer.
✦ Allow the apples to ripen for some days. As they ripen, the amount of nutrients in its skin increases.
✦ Instead of allowing your children to drink the harmful aerated drinks, give them apple juice. It is tasty and nutritious.
✦ When apples are mixed with carrots and celery, they not only improve our eyesight, but also prevent our bones from becoming brittle.
✦ Research indicates that apple contains a type of organic polyatomic ion that helps in the betterment of our memory.
✦ The fiber content in apples aids in regular bowel movement, cutting down the possibility of colon cancer.
✦ It, perhaps, also assists in controlling cholesterol levels and reducing the risk of a heart attack.
✦ Having a glass full of apple juice every day keeps Alzheimer's at bay.
✦ Raw apple juice (glass of 8 oz.) contains 110 calories and the same serving of peeled apple juice contributes about 120 calories to your daily diet.
Disclaimer: This Buzzle article is for informative purposes only, and should not be used as a replacement for expert medical advice.