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Mixed Fruit Juice

Mixed fruit juice is an amazingly healthy blend of fresh fruits, packed with the energy and nutrition of fruits like banana, apple, apricot, pineapple, watermelon mango and much more. Providing the natural goodness, this great "package" has great taste, is nutritious, and very filling. This "perfect snack" even acts as a rocket fuel, providing a real burst in your energy level.

In order to ensure that you get all the required nutrients for your body on a daily basis, you need to consume a variety of fresh produce containing different nutrients. Providing mixed fruit juice to your kids also solves the problem if they don't like eating fruits. This juice can also be helpful for children who are constipated and don't like to drink plain water.


Some Yummy Explosions
As each fruit and vegetable contains different combinations of nutrients and vitamins, it is ideal to drink mixed fruit juice that contains a variety of nutritionally complementing fruits and/or vegetables. The fresher the juice you drink, the more nutrients you will derive from it. Here are some actual "juicy creations" adding value to your diet:

  • Carrot-Ginger-Apple (Boost and cleanse our system)
  • Apple-Cucumber-Celery (Prevent cancer, reduce cholesterol, and improve stomach upset and headache)
  • Tomato-Carrot-Apple (Improve skin complexion and stops bad breath)
  • Bitter Gourd-Apple-Milk (Avoid bad breath and reduce internal body heat)
  • Orange-Ginger-Cucumber (Improve Skin texture and moisture and reduce body heat)
  • Pineapple-Apple-Watermelon (To dispel excess salts, nourish the bladder and kidney)
  • Apple-Cucumber-Kiwi (To improve skin complexion)
  • Pear-Banana (To regulate sugar content)
  • Carrot-Apple-Pear-Mango (Clear body heat, counteract toxicity, decrease blood pressure and fight oxidization)
  • Honeydew-Grape-Watermelon-Milk (Rich in Vitamin C & Vitamin B2 that increase cell activity and strengthen body immunity)
  • Papaya-Pineapple-Milk (Rich in Vitamin C, E, and Iron. Improve skin complexion and metabolism)
  • Banana-Pineapple-Milk (Rich in vitamin, it prevents constipation)
  • Pink Ice (Banana-Strawberry-Grapefruit-Orange)
  • Pink Perfection Juice (Strawberry-Watermelon-Orange-Lime)
  • Mixed Fruit Explosion (Banana-Kiwi-Mango-Papaya-Orange)
  • Citrus Fruit Smoothie (Banana-Strawberry-Grapefruit-Orange)
  • Power Smoothies (Any combination of fruits)
  • Happy Drink (Banana-Kiwi-Orange)
  • Refreshing Watermelon Frozen Slushy (Watermelon-Lime)
Mix of Juicy "Problems"
As per recent surveys, drinking too much juice can contribute to obesity, the development of cavities (dental caries), diarrhea, and other gastrointestinal problems; such as excessive gas, bloating and abdominal pain. Further, an excessive intake of juice will decrease the child's appetite for other more nutritious foods. Infants under 6 months of age should not be given juice and children should be encouraged to eat whole fruits.

Scientific Researches
Scientists have found that fruit juices have a more powerful anti-atherosclerotic effect in animals than the fruit itself, showing for the first time that processing fruit can have a "major impact" on its health benefits. When compared to the water-consuming hamsters, the animals given fruit or fruit juice had lower cholesterol levels, less oxidative stress, and less fat accumulation in their aorta. Thus, fruits and fruit juices have a significant clinical and public health relevance.

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