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Harvest True Orange Juice

Juices & Flavoured Drinks

  • 94
  • 200 ml(1 Glass)
  • 1.8 km
Nutrients Good & Bad for you

Products in ‘Juices & Flavoured Drinks’ category range from 0.5 - 0.5

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  • Compliments of Vitamins & Minerals
    The micronutrients (Vitamins/Minerals) play an important role by ensuring proper functioning of cells and tissues. 
    Each vitamin and trace mineral play a specific role in the body. For example,  Vitamin C acts as antioxidant protecting cells from environmental damage, healing wounds and maintaining connective tissue whereas minerals like sodium, potassium and chloride function as electrolytes that assist in communication between cells necessary for nerve impulses and muscle contraction. 
    Some products mimic the nature by adding artificial vitamins or minerals  which have an identical form and function to those found in nature, but they are manufactured synthetically to meet extremely high standards of processed products.
  • What's in the flavour?
    Flavour in most of the packaged food is due the flavouring substances added to it.

    Flavouring Substances are added to Food products either to restore the flavour it would have lost during processing e.g. juices or to add a new desired flavour e.g. in case of biscuits, vanilla flavour may be added to otherwise tasteless food product.

    You must be wondering why does a juice require natural flavouring substances to be added! The answer is that packaged juice is not made the same way as you make in your house. It goes through processing to ensure longer shelf life and in the bargain loses flavour as well some vitamin and mineral. Flavouring substances are added to not only get the flavour back but also to ensure that same flavour in all packs.

    Read this blog to find more about different flavouring substances.
  • Consuming Empty Calories
    The Nutritional Science defines Empty Calorie foods as foods that provide calories through either Fats or Carbohydrates. 
    When it comes to high sugar foods like fruit juices, carbonated beverages, jams, marmalades, syrups, an empty calorie product is also referred to as energy dense as all the calories are from carbohydrates which are easily digested, thereby providing instant energy.
    However, if you do not utilise this energy by engaging in physical activity, it will be converted to fat and add to your waistline.
    The major disadvantage of frequently consuming empty-calorie foods is that it provides only energy without providing other nutrients required by the body.
  • High in Sugar
    Sugar is a source of Instant Energy which if not used mainly by muscles, is stored as Fat.
    One of the immediate side effects of High Sugar diet is insulin surge and increase in fat deposits in the body. 

    Long term use of diets high in sugar are linked to increased risk for diabetes, obesity and contributes to cravings, mood swings, PMS, and a host of other conditions. Also, some studies suggest that its not FAT but sugar that is the cause for higher intake calorie and excess weight gain. Now no need to go to other extreme and drop sugar completely from your diet.

    So, it is better to limit the consuming products like these which are high in sugar or better still avoid them.

Disclaimer:Product Analysis is based on general practices in the field of Nutrition. Please check with or consult a qualified and licensed medical professional for its suitability to you.