Which foods are healthy?
By Lauren MeehanTalkSport.co.ukThere are countless options to choose from when it comes to eating healthy, but one of the most popular choices among the healthy eating community is fruit juice.
The word ‘healthy’ has become synonymous with ‘juice’ and many health experts have argued that fruit juice is actually a healthier alternative to the many sugary drinks that are on sale today.
But what exactly is healthy juice?
How does it work?
And why do some people think that fruit juices are healthier than other drinks?
A recent study by Dr. David Kessler of the University of Washington has taken a closer look at this topic and found that fruits are indeed ‘healthy’.
Dr. Kessler said:Dr. David T. Kessler, M.D., M.P.H., is the founder and president of the American College of Nutrition and Dietetics (ACND) and serves as an expert in nutrition and nutrition education.
Dr. Kessler’s research has led him to conclude that eating fruit juice in moderation, rather than avoiding it entirely, is good for your health.
Dr. T.K. Kessler has conducted a number of studies on fruit juice and his most recent study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that consuming 1,000-1,500 mL of fruit juice per day has been shown to be a healthy way to get the nutrients and antioxidants that fruit is known for.
In this study, participants who were given either a glass of fruit-based juice (250 mL or 500 mL), or a plain white grape juice (200 mL or 200 mL), showed a reduction in blood sugar levels compared to those who were not given any juice.
Dr Kessler believes that fruit-derived juices are a healthier option than the sugary alternatives.
Dr Kessler said;”There is some research showing that fruits, in moderation can help regulate blood sugar and other factors.
In a controlled study, the researchers looked at people with type 2 diabetes, and they found that people who drank a glass or two of juice per week had lower blood sugar readings.
The research also showed that people consuming a glass-based or a white-flavored juice showed significantly lower body weight than those who drank plain juice.”
Dr. Kenny F. Jackson, Ph.
D, director of the Center for Food Safety at Cornell University and author of the book Eat Healthy and Your Health, has said that it is important to understand the benefits of fruit juices.
Dr Jackson said;I’ve been a fan of fruits for quite a while.
They’re a great source of protein and fiber.
I think it’s a good idea to get some fruit juice to balance out your intake of sugar and refined carbohydrates.
Dr Kenny F Jackson, Director of the Cornell University Center for food safety, has been a huge fan of fruit since he started his career in food safety in the 1980s.
He said;A lot of fruit is consumed in the form of fresh, sliced fruits and it’s really healthy.
You can eat it as a salad, and I think a lot of people are just consuming it as salad.
It’s not really an ideal way to go for people, but I think fruit juices can be an excellent alternative to sugar-sweetened beverages, and it can be a good way to add a little bit of flavor to the diet.
Dr Jackson added;I think a good serving size is 1,500mL of juice, and that’s all you need.
If you can have a lot more, that would be a lot healthier than what you’d be consuming in a regular diet.
Dr Katherine L. McConaughey, Ph., Director of Nutrition, Nutrition Education and Research at the American Dietetic Association (ADA), says that fruit has a wide variety of health benefits.
Dr McConaughy said;The scientific community is still looking at what the health benefits of fruits and vegetables are, but a lot has been learned over the last couple of decades.
We’re just not really sure exactly what the benefits are yet.
Dr McGowan said;Dr McGowan, MD, is the president of The American Dietetics Association (ADAA), which is the largest professional association of dietitians, nutritionists, and health professionals in the United States.
Dr McGowan has authored several books on health, including The Complete Guide to Healthy Eating, and his books on fruit are available on Amazon.
Dr James M. Krieger, DDS, a clinical professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and the chief of the Division of Cardiovascular Diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, has long been a proponent of the benefits that come from consuming fruit juice rather than other types of juice.
Dr Kriegeman says;It’s true that we’ve come to a point where we’ve found that a lot, if not all, of the sugars that we’re consuming today are probably not the true sources of the calories we’re getting from fruits and that, in fact, fruit juice has been the main source of