Friday, January 13, 2017

Orange juice for breakfast

Human need orange juice every day, because human body can’t store vitamin C, it must be replaced daily with generous glass of orange juice.

Orange juice offers a strong dose of vitamin C, potassium, foliate and other health protective nutrients that accompany the natural sugar. Children easily absorb iron from either apple juice or orange juice.

In a group of healthy infants, carbohydrate absorption from orange juice is greater than from apple juice.

Freshly squeezed orange juice contains about 19 milligrams of calcium per 100 mL, sufficient for the daily requirement of a growing child.

The main energy yielding nutrients in orange juice are simple carbohydrates: fructose, glucose and sucrose, as well as citric and malic acids, which can also provide a small amount of energy.

Orange juice is also considered a good source of important essential nutrients such as ascorbic acid, flavonoids, carotenoids, folate and potassium.

Nanodispersion of phytosterols, embedded in a lecithin liposome, into orange juice enables more people to benefit from the cholesterol-lowering effects of the plant nutraceutical.
Orange juice for breakfast
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