Fresh juices are Antioxidants, rich in nutrients
Fresh juices are Antioxidants
Fresh juices like Tomato juice and Gac (Vietnamese baby jackfruit), have the highest concentration of the powerful antioxidant Lycopene of any other juices, food source, fruit or vegetable. Both remain the only proven food source that is known to lower the risk of prostate and bowel cancers and protects against incidents of heart attack and just like beet juices, can help reduce blood pressure. The two most influential healthy food types in the Mediterranean diet are tomatoes, tomatoes and more tomatoes along with extra virgin Olive oil. Tomato juice tops our list of Fresh juices.
Fresh Lemon Juice
Lemon juice is not only rich in vitamin C, but it is also vital to a healthy immune system. Lemon juice assists the digestive process and is a wonderful purefier of the bodies major organs. Drinking one to two glasses of lemon water each morning may help reduce your risk of colon, liver, kidney diseases and urinary tract infections.
*Note! Caution should be observed with consumption of any citrus fresh juices, for the effect it can have on teeth enamel, for after all; it is acidic. Be sure to rinse with fresh water or brush with toothpaste, then rinse after consuming Lemon water or any citrus or shop bought juice.
Drinking vegies is a convenient way to add powerful nutrients to your diet and the pulpy vegetable juice is also packed with fiber that can also help control hunger. Vegetable Fresh juices Antioxidants have far less sugar and fewer calories than the typical store bought fruit juice, which are typically high in sugars and sodium and high in added preservatives, colourings and unknown extras.
Pomegranate juice is up near the top of the list as it is high in natural sugars and calories and delivers an abundant dose of antioxidants with substances that appear to protect brain function and perhaps able to ward off some afflictions such as dementia.
Fresh Red Grape Juice
It is often said that red wine taken in moderation can be very good for the heart and that wine is of course, derived from red grape juice. Red grape juice contains flavonoids and the amazing health giving antioxidant, Resveratrol.. The key is that most red wine and juice are made with the entire grapes seeds, skin and fruit pulp. When you eat fresh grapes, just as with tomatoes; don’t miss out on the nutrients hiding in the seeds and skin.
Cranberry juice is packed with vitamin C, which is vital to a healthy immune system and drinking unsweetened cranberry juice may help reduce your risk of urinary tract infections.
Substances in blueberries may help keep the brain healthy. Researchers in a Japanese study claim blueberry juice helped memory in adults in their seventies who had age-related memory decline when they were tested. Those who drank two 1/2 cups of blueberry juice for 12 weeks, had significant improvement on learning and memory tests compared to those who drank a non juice beverage.
Acai Berry Juice
Researchers have only begun looking into the health benefits of Acai juice, which is derived from a berry from the Acai palm, found in South America and early studies look very promising. Acai pulp appears to have a higher concentration of antioxidants than cranberries, blackberries, strawberries or blueberries.
Besides delivering a wealth of nutrients and antioxidants, some berry juices appear to have excellent anti inflammatory properties. Drinking cherry juice after your work out might help reduce exercise induced muscle pain and inflammation.
Fresh Orange Juice
Orange juice is loaded with vitamin C and is often fortified with calcium and vitamin D which are nutrients that strengthen the bones. Be wary, as the store bought juice also contains added sugar and perhaps other unknown ingredients. Stay with mother nature and drink freshly juiced oranges or unsweetened orange juice which has fewer calories than some berry juices or grape juice. Celery, as well as Melon juices are very good and really all fruits and vegetables are antioxidant bonuses in one way or another.