Fruit juices made of fresh fruits are highly important for our whole body. It is true that high amounts of sugar and water is included in preparation of the juices and therefore, during the process, fruit may lose its nutritional values.

Although experts recommend that we eat fruits more often than drink fruit juices, that does not mean that fruit juices contain less nutritional values than a fruit.

Apple juice

Apple juice is rich in vitamins A, B and C as well as minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. It helps in the treatment of arthritis and rheumatic diseases, calms the body and cleanses the digestive system.


Apricot juice

Apricot also contains a large amount of vitamin A, B, C and K which help slow the aging process. This juice also helps strengthen bones and improve hair and skin vitality. Apricot is rich in iron, and for that reason, it is good for treating anemia and problems that occur during menopause.

Blackberry juice

Due to the content of vitamins C and E, which are very powerful antioxidants, blueberries are effective in the fight against free radicals, which damage cells, body tissues and cause cancer as well as many heart diseases. This juice also helps with managing diabetes. Blackberries cleanse blood and are often used to treat sore throat and diarrhea.

Grape juice

Besides being rich in vitamins, grape contains minerals including calcium, copper, iodine, iron, phosphorus and potassium. Grape juice is a great solution for digestion and liver problems, heart diseases, arthritis, tuberculosis, hemorrhoids and various allergies.

Kiwi juice

One of the main kiwi juice features is that it abounds with vitamin C and iron and contains a lot of fibers that are relevant for the digestive system. In addition to these virtues, it reduces the bad cholesterol level in the blood.

Lemon juice

Lemon juice contains vitamins B, C and P and has a great role in detoxifying our body and cleansing our skin.

Orange juice

Orange juice is also rich in vitamins and minerals. Orange calms the nervous system and is effective in treating anxiety, stress and insomnia.

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