8 Benefits of Drinking Apple Juice

Besides being an easy drink to make, apple juice has many benefits for your internal and external health.
8 Benefits of Drinking Apple Juice
Elisa Morales Lupayante

Written and verified by the pedagogue in physical education and nutritionist Elisa Morales Lupayante.

Last update: 25 July, 2022

Apple juice is a natural drink that’s both sweet and refreshing. It helps you stay hydrated and satisfied. But what benefits can it specifically provide?

Apple juice, a natural and healthy drink

Apple is one of the most popular foods in the world. The sweet taste of most of its varieties, except for green, make it many people’s favorite.

Red apples.
Due to its dietary fiber content, apple is one of the best fruits to reduce appetite.

Also, apple is a very versatile food. Therefore, you can easily incorporate it into multiple recipes, including juices, salads, desserts, canapes, and much more.

The highlight of this fruit is that, given its composition (bioactive, phytochemicals, dietary fiber, etc.), it has multiple health benefits. Remember that you have to consume them regularly as part of a balanced diet, because it isn’t capable of meeting all the body’s needs on its own.

Eating an apple once a year won’t benefit you. On the other hand, if you include it regularly in your meals or daily snacks, you’ll be able to benefit from its contribution.

Eight benefits of apple juice

Below, we’ll tell you about the benefits you can enjoy from drinking apple juice as part of a balanced diet. Jot them down!

Apple juice.

1. It keeps the skin healthy and beautiful

  • As apple contains ascorbic acid (vitamin C), which is an essential nutrient for collagen production, it’s considered that the consumption of the fruit or apple juice as such helps keep the skin healthy.
  • It also contains a certain amount of vitamin E, which is an antioxidant that allows proper cell function.

2. It takes care of your heart

  • For one thing, apple juice tones the heart muscle. Histidine (another of its components) is an amino acid that acts as a vasodilator in the body and aids tissue repair, especially in the cardiovascular system.
  • On the other hand, apple juice indirectly prevents cholesterol buildup in the liver and, thus, prevents it from passing into the bloodstream. This is how it also protects the entire cardiovascular system.

3. It supports muscular health

Just one apple gives you your daily recommended amount of potassium. Potassium is one of the essential ingredients that keeps your muscles functioning normally.

In view of this, popular wisdom indicates that apple juice promotes the formation of muscle mass. This is because its intake helps transform the carbohydrates it contains into energy.

4. Relieves muscle pain

According to popular wisdom, the regular intake of apple juice (due to its potassium and antioxidant content) could help relieve muscle pain after training or a long workday.

Likewise, it’s said that the potassium this juice contains has a positive effect on the bones, since it helps to increase their density.

According to Medline Plus experts, potassium “Helps your nerves to function and muscles to contract. It helps your heartbeat stay regular. It also helps move nutrients into cells and waste products out of cells”.

5. Is refreshing

Unlike industrial beverages, which are rich in sugar and salt, two substances that contribute to fluid retention and bloating, which seem to refresh instantly but then make you more thirsty, apple juice is a healthy alternative to quench your thirst.

6. Helps fight tiredness and fatigue

Due to its sugar content, apple juice is a drink that can help fight tiredness and fatigue after some kind of physical effort (a training session, for example).

7. Helps relieve stomach pain

As a mild natural refresher, according to popular wisdom, apple juice is a drink that can help relieve mild digestive discomfort.

8. Fights diarrhea

According to popular belief, apple juice is a drink that you can drink in moderation in case of diarrhea. Not only does it “calm” the digestive system and provide relief, but it’s also hydrating and filling.

Apple juice recipe

The following is a very simple healthy apple juice recipe you can even drink on an empty stomach. This way, you’ll get the necessary nutrients to start your day with energy.

Apple juice with cinnamon.

Ingredients

  • 4 cups of water (1 liter).
  • 5 tablespoons of lemon juice (50 ml).
  • 4 apples, preferably red or green.
  • 2 tablespoons of organic honey (20 g).
  • Optional: 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon (5 g).

Preparation

  • Firstly, wash the apples well, cut them into four pieces, and remove the core. Throw away the seeds.
  • You can peel them if you want. However, this step isn’t really necessary.
  • Then, place all the ingredients in a blender and blend for a few minutes until you get a smooth and lump-free drink.
  • Finally, serve in a glass and enjoy.

Ready to take advantage of this delicious natural refreshing drink? Go ahead and enjoy it as part of a healthy lifestyle to reap all its benefits!

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