Nutritionists have Identified the Danger of Fruit Juices

American nutritionists have identified the danger of fasting fruit juices.

Scientists have experimentally proved that such eating habits violate the intestinal microflora.

The study involved laboratory mice, which on an empty stomach were given nectars and juices. It turned out that under such conditions, the small intestine of the rodent could not break down the fruit sugar, and it directly entered the large intestine, causing significant damage to beneficial bacteria that were unable to cope with carbohydrates. In the experiment, scientists used both packaged juices, and fresh.

Researchers stressed that up to 90% of fructose is absorbed exclusively in the small intestine. They urged citizens to drink juice a little and 40-60 minutes after eating, so that the digestive system is not “overloaded”, and the microflora of the intestines did not suffer.

As for fresh fruit on an empty stomach, the views of nutritionists vary on this issue. Most scientists tend to believe that it is preferable to use them on an empty stomach or 1-1.5 hours after the main meal. Fruits in the stomach or small intestine are not digested, but directly pass into the large intestine, capable of splitting and assimilating fruit sugar. If such food is eaten immediately after foods rich in starch or proteins, it can not immediately go into the intestines and remain in the stomach where it will be fermented.

The most useful natural juices are orange, grapefruit, grape, cherry, pear, apple, pomegranate, black and red currant, pineapple, peach, apricot, lime juice.

Source: News Yu