Juices are useful or not: What you need to know

(ORDO NEWS) — The New Year’s marathon is not over yet, but many people are already thinking about detox. In order to cleanse the body, juices and fresh drinks are most often used.

They are considered very useful, attributed the qualities of super elixirs. But is it really? Doctors talked about the harm and benefit of juices and fresh drinks.

Useful properties of juices

When we talk about fresh juices and juices, you need to understand that this is a high concentration of vitamins of natural origin.

The body perfectly absorbs organic substances, better than any synthetic vitamins. Therefore, they are useful, but in small quantities.

Juices and juices are very tasty, you can mix them, experiment with the ingredients and significantly diversify the diet.

They can replace a snack, give a feeling of satiety. That is why they are so loved by adults and children.

By adding such drinks to the diet, a person unconsciously begins to consume more vegetables and fruits, which in principle is very good.

It’s a pity about the juice – can it be at all?

If we talk about the juices that we buy in the store, then they are harmful due to the high concentration of sugar in their composition.

Freshly squeezed juices are also dangerous. They have a lot of acids that irritate the mucous membrane of the stomach and intestines.

Vegetable juices: pumpkin, tomato, carrot, beet and others can also supplement the diet. But you need to be careful, they have a very specific taste, so not every person will like such drinks.

If you decide to sit on a diet consisting only of juices, you will need to buy additional vitamins and minerals.

The fact is that liquid nutrition will not provide the body with the necessary amount of proteins, carbohydrates and fats.

It should be noted that not every person can afford such a diet. Fruits and vegetables in winter are not cheap and require a lot of expenses.


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