Apple Nutritional Facts: | What are Apple Nutritional Facts?

Apple Nutritional Facts: | What are Apple Nutritional Facts?

September 13, 2019 0 By Ewald Bahringer


just as you can measure the amount of
anti-oxidants in a cup of apple juice you can measure the
anti-oxidant level in someone’s bloodstream If you drink that apple juice within minutes the antioxidant power of your blood begins to peak then it comes back down. If you drink water
nothing happens stays the same down around 10 first note the scale here this is in the
same units using the same test is in our three thousand-plus food study compared
to most foods in the produce aisle the antioxidant level in our bodies are kinda
pitiful we don’t even make it up to iceberg
lettuce. Not much better than meat actually but then again meat is what
we’re made out of so I guess it’s not that surprising. Now
you level does rise a few points when we eat healthy
food so you know if you stuff babe with some blueberries right before you wack them may get a healthier pork chop. Apple juice
is a long way from blueberries though basically just sugar water right heading in right about here hardly even
has any vitamin C so was there a nice
spike in antioxident level drinking some apple juice well yeah must
be the phenolic phytonutrients but look we are not talking purple grape juice here, we’re talking Apple and indeed when you measure
polyphenol levels in the blood here’s what water does compared to
three times the apple juice no difference so what could it be turns out you can get a similar spike in antioxidants activity by feeding people straight sugar water. Recently researchers at the polish institute of fruit
and flower farming sounds like a nice place to work figured it out. It appears to be the uric
acid not the phytonutrient responsible for the rise in blood antioxidant activity after apple juice
consumption remember fructose leads to uric acid production
uric acid for all the terrible things it does have some anti-oxidant activity so the reason we see this nice bike
anti-oxidant activity when we drink apple juice is not because we’re absorbing
anti-oxidants into our bloodstream and it’s not because it a good thing
because of all this excess uric acid waste produced when you take in that much sugar and
you know table sugars is only 50 percent fructose. high fructose corn syrup only 55 percent the sugar apple juice the
two-thirds fructose some apple juice in this respect maybe even
worse or a