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Archive for the 'Natural Juices for Life' Category

Health Benefits of Tomato Juice

Author: Carla Fiscina
May 22, 2010

Health Benefits of Tomato JuiceTomatoes are definitely among the most favorite vegetables of many people, but not everyone likes tomato juice. Some believe that juicing lowers the therapeutic effects of all valuable natural elements and nutrients, but this is only a myth. Health benefits of tomato juice are various, and those who want to enjoy them only need to be sure to use 100% organic tomatoes for juicing. Read the rest of this entry »

December 29, 2009

Pomegranate juice benefitsRecently, the specialists at California Medical School found out that pomegranate juice should be considered the best natural antioxidant beverage, which leaves green tea and red wine far behind. After studying the most important pomegranate juice benefits, the group of scientists announced that this miraculous juice can block oxidation processes in our body cells more effectively than orange, grape or blackberry juices. At that, the potential of pomegranate juice to prevent oxidation is 20% higher than those of green tea and red wine. Let’s start drinking this juice, guys?? Read the rest of this entry »

December 20, 2009

A new study carried out by the specialists from psychiatry department at the University of Cincinnati suggests that regular consumption of grape juice is linked to lower risks of having memory loss, and even a certain reverse of memory loss process. Grapes and grape juice are among the most valuable and useful natural remedies, which can be perfect sources of many essential nutrients and minerals. Such properties as improving our immune system, lowering the risks of having stroke and strengthening our cardio-vascular health are among the most important health benefits of grape juice and grapes. Read the rest of this entry »

December 16, 2009

LemonHealth Benefits Of Lemon Juice juice is one of the most underestimated herbal remedies which has quite a number of good therapeutic uses and healing properties. Lemons are quite common fruits that we see everywhere, that we use to refresh our meals and beverages, use for removing stains and deodorizing air. Lemon flavor is used for our favorite candies, cookies and cakes. However, experts recommend taking another look at this miraculous fruit, which can be not only a source of vitamin C, but also a source of excellent health and longevity. Below, you can find the list of most valuable lemon juice health benefits. Read the rest of this entry »

regular intake of orange juiceMore and more of disappointing facts are found out about our favorite orange juice, which we used to consider one of the healthiest and the most useful fruit juices. Just recently the scientists warned us that drinking orange juice on a regular basis can seriously affect our dental health and damage our tooth enamel. More to that: according to the results of the latest research by the specialists from Harvard Medical School, regular intake of orange juice (even one glass a day) is inked to increased level of sugar in the blood and increased risk of having type 2 diabetes in women. Read the rest of this entry »

Health Benefits of Cherry Juice

Author: Carla Fiscina
September 25, 2009

Fresh or dried tart cherries are my most favorite fruit and I try to eat them year-round. I love cherries since my childhood, most of which was spent in my grandma’s summer house in Liguria. Cherry trees were all around the house, and in summer I liked climbing up and picking up those dark red fruit with refreshing sore flesh filled with juice. Tart cherries, fresh or dried, and tart cherry juice are very valuable additions to everyone’s healthy diet as these products have numerous therapeutic effects and health benefits.

Tart CherriesIt is believed that red fruit and veggies, such as red grapes, plums, pomegranate, red date and others, have efficiency to enrich our blood. In addition to this, tart cherries and tart cherry juice are claimed to assist in lowering cholesterol level in blood and improving blood flow, as well as prevent varicose veins and guarantee a good heart health. In addition, regular consumption of red tart cherry juice has positive effects on the joints: it helps to relieve joint pains and muscle soreness.

Red pigment in tart cherries is called anthocyanins, which is a powerful antioxidant able to provide you with the full variety of health benefits related to antioxidants. Besides, anthocyannis also has excellent anti-inflammatory properties (some studies showed that anti-inflammatory properties of tart cherry extracts are 10 times stronger than the ones of aspirin!), as well as it can assist in slowing down body fat formation, this way becoming an important element of any nutrition plan for effective weight management. These finding were presented at the Experimental Biology 2008 Conference by the specialists at the Cherry Marketing Institute.

Health Benefits of Cherry JuiceHealth benefits of cherry juice also include reducing risks of having diabetes, cataracts, Alzheimer’s disease and age related mental problems. Experts say that eating about 20 dried or fresh cherries a day, or drinking 150 ml of fresh cherry juice is enough to harvest the most of health benefits of this natural remedy. УIn fact the latest research shows that eating 20 cherries daily could cut your risk of heart attack by 30%,Ф says M. Nair, Ph D, food science and human nutrition researcher.

When talking about health benefits of cherry juice, it is impossible not to mention tart cherry juice concentrate as an effective natural remedy for a variety of aliment and health problems. Cherry juice concentrate is prepared by warming up and pressing fresh tart cherries. This product is a source of such important elements and minerals as proteins, sugar, Vitamin A and beta-carotene, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, sodium and others. For several decades health care practitioners have been recommending drinking tart cherry juice concentrate in small and moderate doses as a part of treatment for gout or other forms of arthritis inflammation.

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