Apple juice contains many nutrients in small or medium quantities. The juice consists of natural fruits and is perfect for hydration of the body as athletes and as active people of any age.
Apple juice is rich in vitamins, minerals, pectin, organic acids. The content of nutrients is difficult to find a more valuable product. Among the vitamins contained in Apple juice there are; vitamins, ascorbic acid, tocopherol (vitamin E), vitamin H, and several others. The salt content of minerals, Apple juice has no competitors, it contains calcium, potassium, magnesium, sodium, sulfur, chlorine, phosphorus, iron, zinc, iodine, copper, manganese, fluoride, chromium, molybdenum, vanadium, boron, cobalt, aluminum, Nickel, rubidium.
A Cup of Apple juice contains about 10 different vitamins and minerals. This sweet drink without added sugar and provide the body with moderate amount of carbohydrates — mainly fructose and natural glucose. 240 ml provides approximately 10% of the recommended daily carbohydrate intake for a diet designed on a 2000 calorie diet.
As low-glycemic carbohydrate, apples and Apple juice allow the body to properly convert food calories into energy. Natural sugar contained in the drink, make it a healthy source of energy, required for hydration of the muscles.
Natural Apple juice contains very low sodium — only 10 mg per Cup. Sodium is present in many foods, but its excess leads to an increase in blood pressure, which in turn can cause cardiovascular disease.
Apple juice contains no fat or unhealthy cholesterol that prolonged consumption adversely affect the health.
The mineral combination contained in the juice, improves metabolism, reduces the risk of bone diseases and promote heart health. Vitamin C in fruit juice helps to regulate such important body functions as an energy transformation from food to fuel muscles.