Apple juice diarrhea

Apple juice is a natural diuretic, which means it makes you urinate more. (2)

According to a study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology, drinking one to two cups of apple juice a day may help you lose weight. (3)

But the same study found that drinking one to two cups of apple juice a day didn’t have any significant effect on lowering blood sugar.

More research is needed to determine how apple juice might help you lose weight or reduce your blood sugar levels. (3)

Apple juice and your teeth

A 2012 study found high levels of the sugar fructose in apples. (4)

The American Dental Association says that drinking apple juice when you have a toothache may cause pain and swelling. (5)

However, the ADA doesn’t recommend drinking apple juice to treat toothaches. (5)

If you have a toothache, you can try brushing your teeth with a soft-bristled toothbrush and a soft-bristled toothpaste. (6)

To avoid tooth decay, it’s important to brush your teeth twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush. (6)

Apple juice and other vitamins and minerals

According to the American Heart Association, eating several servings of fruit and vegetables every day can help you have more vitamins and minerals.

The vitamins and minerals you get from fruits and vegetables include:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E
  • Beta-carotene
  • Folate
  • Calcium
  • Iron
  • Potassium
  • Magnesium

It’s important to get a variety of these vitamins and minerals. (7)

Apple juice has been shown to contain vitamin C. (10) However, there’s no research on the other vitamins and minerals that are found in apples.

Apple juice and weight loss

A recent study found that drinking apple juice can be an effective weight loss tool.

Researchers found that subjects who drank one to two cups of apple juice a day lost more weight than those who drank water. (11)

The study found that apple juice did not have any effect on blood sugar. (11)

But there’s no scientific evidence that drinking apple juice will help you lose weight. (11)

Apple juice and your health

There’s not much scientific evidence to suggest that drinking apple juice will improve your health.

In fact, drinking apple juice may have the opposite effect. (12)

But some people are curious about whether drinking apple juice can help them feel less tired, less hungry, or less stressed. (12)

Apple juice and your digestion

Apple juice contains a lot of fiber. (13)

Fiber helps keep your digestive tract moving. (13)

But there’s no evidence that drinking apple juice will improve your digestion. (14)

Apple juice and your skin

Apple juice may be good for your skin. (15)

Apple juice contains polyphenols, which help soothe your skin. (16)

Polyphenols may help protect your skin from sun damage, which might reduce wrinkles. (16)

However, there’s no research to support these claims. (15)

Apple juice and your skin may be even more beneficial if you drink it in the morning or in the evening. (17)

Apple juice and your hair

Apple juice may help your hair look shiny and healthy. (18)

A study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics found that drinking apple juice may improve your hair’s shine. (18)

However, there’s no scientific evidence to support these claims. (18)

Apple juice and your immune system

Apple juice may have a positive effect on your immune system. (19)

A study published in the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Immunology found that drinking apple juice may help reduce the risk of getting infections. (19)

The study found that drinking one to two cups of apple juice a day may reduce the risk of getting infections by up to 60 percent. (19)

Apple juice and your heart

There’s no scientific evidence that drinking apple juice will improve your heart health. (20)

High levels of fructose in apple juice may increase your risk of heart disease. (20)

But drinking one to two cups of apple juice a day may reduce your blood sugar levels. (20)

Apple juice and your weight

Apple juice may not help you lose weight. (21)

Drinking one to two cups of apple juice a day may help you lose weight if you’re trying to lose weight. (21)

Apple juice and your blood sugar

Drinking apple juice may not affect your blood sugar levels. (22)

Apple juice contains a lot of fiber, which helps keep your digestive tract moving. (22)

So drinking apple juice may help keep your blood sugar under control. (22)

Apple juice and your cholesterol

Drinking apple juice may not increase your risk of high cholesterol. (23)

Apple juice contains a lot of fiber. (23)

So drinking apple juice may help lower your cholesterol. (23)

Apple juice and your eye health

Apple juice contains polyphenols. (24)

Polyphenols are antioxidants that may protect your eyes from free radicals. (24)

A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that polyphenols in apple juice reduced the risk of age-related macular degeneration. (24)

But there’s no scientific evidence to support these claims. (24)

Apple juice and your bones

There’s no scientific evidence that drinking apple juice can help prevent osteoporosis. (25)

It’s important to avoid drinking too many calories. (25)

It’s important to eat a diet rich in calcium and vitamin D to help prevent osteoporosis. (25)

How to drink apple juice?

Drinking apple juice is easy.

Try to drink one to two cups of apple juice a day.

To make it taste better, add a pinch of cinnamon to your apple juice. (26)

You can drink apple juice in one of two ways:

  • Mix one to two cups of apple juice with one cup of water.
  • Add water to one to two cups of apple juice.

The takeaway

Apple juice is made from the same parts of the apple tree as apple cider. (13)

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