To drink or not to drink fruit juices?

Many people think that fruit juices contain too many sugars and should be avoided, so they only drink vegetable juices. There is nothing wrong with that, except that they deprive themselves of various precious nutrients, enzymes, antioxidants and phytonutrients that nature has provided for us.

It is true that blood sugar rises after drinking a glass of fruit juice, but in all things moderation is needed. Of course, too much of anything is bad, we all know that.

A glass of fruit juice a day will not cause diabetes and obesity. But if you don’t eat right and lead a frivolous lifestyle, you don’t know how poorly your internal organs function. So, when you drink a glass of fruit juice, you can’t blame the juice for your problems.

Our body is designed to live on fruits and vegetables. Fruit sugars are easily digested (absorbed) by our cells compared to refined sugar. Refined sugar is an artificial sugar that is in the most processed food category. Such sugar leads to diabetes and obesity. As, however, is the regular consumption of deep-fried foods and flour products.

A glass of fresh fruit juice is definitely a better choice than a slice of cake or the canned juice you buy off the shelf.

If you are a diabetic, have a blood disorder, a fungal infection, or have a tendency to gain weight easily, then please avoid fruit juices! Then it is quite understandable that your body cannot process sugar, any sugar.  



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