May 7, 2015

The Savour of Peach Juice

The origin of peaches in China has led to them being widely enjoyed by many throughout the world. It is a fruit with a wonderful aroma and a rich nutrient content. Peaches thrive well in cool climates and the color of their flesh has a reddish yellow color with the flesh color ranging from yellow to white. Peaches with white flesh are sweetest with the least acidity.

Peach juice extracted from raw peaches contains alkaline properties that help treat stomach discomfort caused by flatulence, constipation, indigestion, nausea and meteorism. Peach juice concentrate also naturally deworms the intestines. It also has diuretic elements that enable the proper functioning of the kidneys and liver. Kidney stones and bladder stones are also dissolved on regular intake of the juice. Those suffering from gout or rheumatism find some relief in eating peaches due to its diuretic and laxative properties.

If you are planning to lose some weight, then you need to include the juice into your weight loss schedule. It only contains about 57 calories per 100ml serving of juice. The high vitamin content in the juice also aids in boosting immunity and keeping diseases away. The presence of iron in the juice also helps expectant mothers maintain a sufficient supply of blood for good maternal health. Peaches also slow down the growth of tumors due to the anti-oxidation and anti-microbial properties.The presence of phosphorus in peaches helps people with nerve cell diseases like neurosis recover, by protecting their nerve cells from further damage.

Making peach juice is a simple exercise. You can make a plain juice or add a few other ingredients to give it flavor. For a simple juice recipe, you just need some peaches cut into halves and a blender. Make sure you remove the seed in the middle, then put the halves into the blender and blend. You can then pour the mixture into a container and preserve, or serve in a glass, garnish and enjoy.