Doesn’t it feel like something healthy when you say “100% fruit juice”?
However, medically this is considered a mistake.
A 2014 paper, a high-evidence study called meta-analysis, showed that fruit juice intake (even at 100% juice) increases the risk of type 2 diabetes. 1).
It’s understandable that the orange juice and apple juice that I often drank when I was a child seemed unhealthy, but it’s surprising that even 100% fruit juice is harmful. Was, However, the fruits themselves are not sick.
In this paper, the consumption of raw fruits may slightly reduce the risk of diabetes.
In a paper published in 2016, people who eat fresh fruit daily have lower blood pressure and blood glucose than those who do not. They can reduce the mortality rate due to cardiovascular disease (such as myocardial infarction) by 40%. It is shown (Note 2).
Why is fruit juice unhealthy, while raw fruits are healthy?
The reason for this is currently unknown.
Raw fruit is rich in dietary fiber, and the number of times of chewing increases, which may prevent a sudden rise in blood sugar level (one of the speculations).
Expect future research!
Also, as a trivia, it is said that blueberries, grapes, and apples are among the fruits that reduce the risk of diabetes in particular (note 3).
If you have type 2 diabetes in your blood-related family, regular consumption of these fruits may reduce your risk of developing diabetes (* type 2 diabetes is familial. I know there is).
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Then, “Smoothies are close to the fruit itself and healthy, right?” The hypothesis “comes to mind. Recently, there are many smoothie shops, and there are also many fashionable shops that look good to install.
Is a smoothie perfect for your health?
In conclusion, there seems to be no credible evidence about the effects of smoothies on health.
However, at least it is considered safe for smoothies made with only fruits and vegetables at home (without added sugar), and recipes for smoothies for diabetics have been published overseas.
On the other hand, most of the smoothies on the market (although most say “no additives”) contain many additives and additional sugars, and it is considered better to avoid them.
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Indeed, I do not dare give the product name, but the smoothies sold at supermarkets and convenience stores feel strangely sweet for some reason.
For those who are uncomfortable with raw fruits or want to eat them when they have no morning hours, I think it’s ants to try their smoothies (without adding sugar or syrup). Even if you seek perfection (the raw fruit every day), it’s quite tricky (laughs).
Now for the summary.
・Fruit juice is unhealthy and should be avoided.
• Raw fruit is a healthy ingredient (unless you overeat it).
・In particular, blueberries, grapes, and apples are highly effective in reducing the risk of diabetes.
・Smoothies are considered healthy if they are made by themselves but at your own risk.
Is it like this?
Lastly, I think that it is better to avoid sweet drinks, not just talking about fruits.
I think that sweet drinks often contain a large amount of sugar more than you can feel them, and your blood sugar level rises rapidly.
For example, when I go to Starbucks (of course I want to drink the new Frappuccino, but lol), if you’re going to eat sweets, you should try “solid food (banana or donut) + sugar-free drink”. I will.
After setting this rule, I never gained weight beyond the line.
When advising on dieting, I first teach “stopping sweet drinks.”
Eating and eating sweets is a valuable time to increase our well-being.