Most juices that we buy are perfectly clear because they have had the fiber and pulp removed. But a new study shows that, although these juices are healthy, more natural juices that are more cloudy because they retain their pulp are even healthier. . . .

This study compared clear apple juice without pulp to cloudy apple juice with pulp. Both were rich in health promoting antioxidants, but the cloudy juice was richer. How much richer? The juice made from one variety of apples was 50% richer and the juice from another variety 80% richer in antioxidant flavonoids. Not surprisingly, then, the cloudy juices also had more antioxidant activity.

  • J Sci Food Agric DOI:10.1002/jsfa.2707
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