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Health Benefits of Raspberry Juice

Posted December 8th, 2011

Fruit and Veggie Juicer - Juice ExtractorRaspberry is a very popular fruit which grows in many different forms. It is widely sold by many manufacturers. Raspberry juice, which is also known as raspberry concentrate, is the purest form of juicing because it does not contain any added sugars and preservatives.

The juice is rich in a broad variety of nutrients that include phytochemicals, minerals, vitamins and many other compounds which have a great effect on your health and are therefore essential. Raspberries contain 50 different nutrients that include carbohydrates and water as well as vitamins, minerals, lipids and various other organic compounds. 

A glass of raspberries has 64 calories and approximately 105 g of water. The juice is high in ellagic acid, dietary fiber, vitamins A, K and C, potassium, phosphorus, calcium and magnesium. Moreover, the juice is also rich in phytochemicals and plant chemicals that contain anti-oxidant properties.
The color of the juice also correlates with the quantity of phytochemicals in them. The darker the color of juice, higher will be the quantities of phytochemicals in it. The juice is also rich in anti-bacterial properties because according to a research, raspberry juice is effective to prevent the growth of various kinds of human pathogenic fungi and bacteria.

The juice is also a healthy source of ellagic acid which is well-known for its anti-carcinogenic properties. It also contains anthocyanins, which are antioxidant in nature and slows down the effects of aging, lowers the risk of heart ailments and stops cancer. The anthocyanins may also reduce the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease. The juice is also a source of salicylic acid which may put off the hardening of arteries. The presence of vitamin C also gives antihistamine effect to your health.

Pure raspberry power juicing lowers the release of histamines and decreases allergic reactions. The antioxidant content of vitamin C found in raspberry juice lowers the level of histamine, which is a very dangerous element for the human body. Generally, the consumption of vitamin C in women is restricted to 75 mg and 90 mg for men. ¼ glass of fresh raspberry juice fulfills 50 percent of your daily requirement of vitamin C.

Juice recipe
Take a handful of raspberries and add two or three apples or oranges in the juicer for a great taste. You may also take pure raspberry juice if you like the concentrated taste of the fruit.


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