Juices most people like to drink them. Drinking juice is a great blessing for many lazy people. Those who do not want to eat fruit feel that they can consume the nutrients in fruit by drinking juice and that it is rich in flavor and can have an appetizing effect of stimulating the mouth.
Drinking fruit juice has five significant advantages:
1. Rich in various natural nutrients.
2. helps the body to achieve acid-base balance.
3. No stimulation to the stomach and intestines.
4. Rapid and thorough absorption of nutrients.
5. Beauty effect, slow down aging. It is suitable for health and fitness to lose weight etc.

 

But is this the case?
The modern market of 100% fruit ingredients has convinced many people that fruit juice is healthy. But the truth is that peeling the fruit and then juicing it has made the benefits of the fruit much less beneficial.
A delicious juice should be rich in nutrients and easily absorbed. The juice generally contains many vitamin C and other nutrients, vitamin C, and some polyphenols. However, they are soluble in water, but after the liquid is destroyed, these substances are in direct contact with oxygen. There will also be a loss. Their juice put while the color darkened is the performance of oxidation. Many fruits need to be peeled and cut before juicing and then juicing. Inevitably they will be oxidized during these processes, and vitamins such as C will inevitably suffer damage.
This is why many say drinking juice is not as healthy as eating fruit directly because it can avoid destroying the nutritional value of the juicing process. And modern research has proven that fruit juice is less healthy than fruit.

 

Why juice is not recommended:
1. Dietary fiber and other nutrients are lost
Juicers work on the principle that both pressing and pulping destroy the cell structure, causing direct contact with oxygen and oxidation reactions, and therefore, some nutrients are lost. Typically, a glass of squeezed juice contains very little dietary fiber, less than half a gram; in contrast, each serving of fruit or vegetables contains around 2 to 3 grams of dietary fiber, or even more.
Dietary fiber not only improves satiety and helps control diet and weight but also ‘feeds’ microorganisms and promotes a healthy gut; importantly, it also plays a role in cancer prevention.

 

2. High sugar content
The production of real juice is very inefficient, with 6-8 medium-sized apples needed to produce a glass of apple juice. The sugars in fruit, mainly sucrose, fructose, and glucose, are also hazardous to health when eaten in excess. One glass of juice is not filling, and two glasses are easy, but it can be time-consuming if you nibble on four oranges.
So, because fruit juice is so easy to drink, it’s easy to drink too much “sugar water” without realizing it. Take oranges. For example, every 100g of oranges has 197kJ of calories, so drinking a large glass of orange juice is almost four oranges, which is 700-800kJ, almost 180kcal. When you drink two or three cups of this “sugar” daily, you are unaware you are getting further away from the road to health.
The benefits of eating fruit are far more significant than drinking fruit juice. Therefore, it is advisable to munch on fruit rather than drink it.
Chewing fiber-rich foods helps to clean the plaque from the surface of our teeth. And the chewing exercise itself can prevent indigestion by promoting gastrointestinal motility through a nerve reflex.