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To make homemade juice really healthy: mistakes that can spoil the drink

Kateryna YagovychLS Food
How to make homemade juice correctly. Source: pixabay

In summer, there is a wide variety of fresh fruits, berries, and vegetables. Therefore, all of these fruits should be used to make delicious homemade juice instead of buying store-bought drinks that contain a lot of preservatives and chemicals. But in order for the juice to be successful, you need to pay attention to some nuances.

The FoodOboz editorial team will tell you what mistakes are often made when making and drinking homemade juice. By making them, you simply spoil the fruit.

To make homemade juice really healthy: mistakes that can spoil the drink

Do not use sugar

Sugar turns healthy homemade juice into sherbet (a very sweet Turkish drink). If you use sweet fruit, it's enough to make a really tasty drink. Sugar simply neutralizes all the beneficial components for which you drink juice.

Combine the right ingredients

To make homemade juice really healthy: mistakes that can spoil the drink

Different fruits and vegetables in juices need to be mixed properly. For example, if you decide to add green vegetables to your fruit juice, be aware that they can be bitter. Not everyone likes the taste. Also, make sure that you are juicing high-quality and fresh fruit without any damaged or spoiled areas.

Using the juicer

To make homemade juice really healthy: mistakes that can spoil the drink

An electric juicer is often used to make homemade juice. You can handle such a device very quickly. But, it is worth considering that such a juicer can get very hot - this can neutralize all the nutrients from the fruit.

To make homemade juice really healthy: mistakes that can spoil the drink

Do not drink yesterday's juice

Homemade juice should be drunk fresh. Juice that you squeezed in the morning is never suitable for dinner, because it will no longer have any nutritional properties.

To make homemade juice really healthy: mistakes that can spoil the drink

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