Apple juice helps provide a variety of nutrients in low to moderate amounts. Not only does the juice contain natural fruit, the apple derived liquid also works to properly hydrate both athletes and semi active people of all ages.
For every cup of apple juice consumed, nearly 10 different vitamins and minerals will have entered the body. This sweet drink, without any added sugar, provides a moderate amount of carbohydrates, mostly through all natural fructose and glucose; eight ounces equals about 10% of the daily required intake of carbohydrates for a 2000 calorie diet.
Apple juice contains minerals such as calcium, potassium, iron, manganese and magnesium. All-natural apple juice also provides vitamins C and B6.
As a low glycemic carbohydrate, apples and apple juice allow the body to properly metabolize its caloric content into food energy. The natural sugars found in the beverage also provide a healthy source of energy and muscle hydration.
Natural apple juice contains a very low amount of sodium at only 10 mg per each cup. Over consuming sodium, a nutrient found in most foods, increases blood pressure which often causes heart damage.
This fruit juice variety contains no fats or unhealthy cholesterol either, both of which cause adverse health issues with prolonged consumption.
The mineral combination found in apple juice help increase metabolic function, decrease the risk of bone disease, and work to increase heart health as well. The vitamin C in the fruit juice helps regulate the bodily functions such as the conversion of food energy into fuel for the muscles.
Pineapple juice recipe
Pineapple juice recipe
1 liter of water
3 cups of sugar
1 tsp fresh grated shredded ginger
Wash lemon and orange, cut into small pieces. Place in freezer for 1 hour.
Cut the head and foot of the pineapple, using a tapered knife trim along the bark. Remove the pulp by pushing it. Cut into pieces.
Mix the pieces of lemon and orange, pieces of pineapple, water, grated ginger and sugar. Switch to Chinese.
Keep in cool until serving.
Mangos are made for summer. This Mango lemonade is So refreshing, So juicy, and So Deliciously Tropical.
Recipe type: Drinks
Cuisine: AFRICAN CARIBBEAN
2 cups chopped mango
½ cup lemon Juice
2 Tablespoon lime Juice
¾ cup sugar (replace with honey, or any sweetener)
2 cups water cold water or more
Mint leaves Optional
Moscato/ Rum – Optional
Puree mango, lime and/or lemon Juice, sugar and about a cup of water. Remove adjust with more water.
Pour over ice.
Simple Syrup Method
In a medium saucepan combine sugar and water. Bring to a boil; keep stirring, until sugar has dissolved- about 5-7 minutes. Throw in mint if using any. Let it cool
Place mango chunks in a blender and blend until puree- remove and set aside
Pour in a large pitcher, followed by lemon and lime Juice. Then add syrup to taste. Stir until everything comes together. Add alcohol , if including, adjust with cold water, if need be.
Chill or serve with ice cubes.
Recipe Yogurt whey juice
For the Yogurt :
– 1 liter of whey
– 2 medium potatoes
– 1 vanilla yogurt
– 1 sachet of vanilla sugar
– The sugar according to the mixture
– Wash the potatoes well and put them with their skin in a large saucepan of water, cook them until the point of a knife easily enters the flesh, peel them and cut them in pieces.
– Put in a blender the pieces of cooked potatoes, vanilla yoghurt, vanilla sugar, whey, sugar according to taste and mix the whole.
– Keep in cool until serving.
– Serve very fresh.