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Benefits of juices

Are all juices equally useful? Let's try to understand the properties of the most popular of them
Everyone loves juices. In addition, they are considered an excellent source of vitamins and other nutrients. But are all juices equally useful? Let's try to understand the properties of the most popular of them. 1. Vegetable juices. Great choice! Lycopene, contained in tomato juice, protects against prostate cancer. Beet juice reduces arterial pressure, and vegetable juices with pulp are rich in fiber, which reduces the feeling of hunger.  2. Fruit drinks. Buying products labeled as "a drink with juice content" or "nectar", you know: the real percentage of natural juice in them is very low. As a rule, their main ingredients are water, sugar and flavors.  3. Orange juice. 

Rich in vitamin C and low in calories, but only if sugar is not added to it. 

4. Pomegranate juice.   Its disadvantage is high caloric content due to the large amount of sugar contained in it. However, this is compensated by a large number of antioxidants.  

5. Cranberry juice.   Contains a large amount of vitamin C, necessary to maintain immunity.  

6. Cherry juice. In addition to a large number of antioxidants, it has anti-inflammatory abilities. According to research, a glass of cherry juice before and after exercise reduces muscular pain. 7. Plum juice. 

It helps with constipation, because it contains a lot of fiber and sorbitol. In fact, plum juice is a laxative of plant origin.  

Nevertheless, nutritionists warn: uncontrolled consumption of juices can do much harm. Juice treatment has its side effects, and people with chronic diseases should carefully choose their drinks and foods.
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