Health Benefits of Citrus Fruits and Juicing: Part 2

Rich Donahue

I am a natural health enthusiast and hold a Bachelor's Degree in Natural Health from the Sandy Hill Institute for Natural Sciences. My website PRIME Juicers is dedicated to people who enjoy juicing and want to improve their health and lose weight by juicing fresh fruits and vegetables. I also write about blending, nutrition and natural health. Please join me and have fun juicing! (I may be an affiliate for products that I recommend. If you purchase those items from my links I will earn a commission. You will not pay more when buying a product through my link.)

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  1. mino1989 says:

    Knowing the amount of citric acid in beverages may be helpful in therapeutic nutrition for previous kidney stone symptoms, especially in patients with hypochloratherapy. Citrate is a natural inhibitor of urinary crystals. Achieving the concentration of urinary therapeutic citrate is a clinical goal in the medical treatment of calcium kidney stones.
    Drinks containing citric acid add to the total volume of urine, reduce calcium saturation and other crystals, and may increase urinary excretion of citrate. Information on the amount of citric acid in fruit juices and formulations on the market is not widely known. In our study, we evaluated the concentration of citric acid in various juices.Citric acid content from 21 commercial juices and water concentrates from three types of fruit was analyzed using ion chromatography.Lemon juice and lemon juice are rich sources of this substance, which contain 1.44 and 1.38 grams / watt of this substance. Lemon and lemon juice concentrates contain 1.10 and 1.06 grams / ounce of this substance. The citric acid content of available lemons and other water products varies widely, from 0.03 to 0.22 g / ounce.Conclusion: Lemon juice obtained from fresh fruits and lemon juice concentrates prepares more citric acid per liter compared to grapefruit juice. Orange juice is ready to be consumed, and orange juice is squeezed from the fruit and is grapefruit-like.

  2. Hi Rich, I have also read your first part of the juicing topic and like the first one this part is also a top-notch.

    I never knew about the benefits of the alkalizing diet. Thank you so much for sharing detailed information about Citrus fruit juicing, I would suggest keep sharing good information with us and stay healthy and make healthy.

  3. Organic Store says:

    very useful information.fruits juicing is very helpful for our health..but we should check first our body digestive system and then take any diet plan..

  4. Sauna Girl says:

    Good article. Juicing has become a large part of my health plans. It is interesting that fruits can be alkalizing – but sometimes they can.

  5. Tank Tops says:

    Thanks for the post. I agree with the other comment, we should have to check first our body digestive system and our body type then take any diet plan.

  6. Evy Febria says:

    hello rich, that’s a very good explanation and research about citrus..thanks and keep posting 🙂
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  7. Cipto Junaedy says:

    the fruit that you get in your local market and the fruit you can buy online but the citrus you buy from the Indian River district is special. Once you taste the freshness of the oranges, grapefruits or tangerines you will instantly notice how much richer, sweeter and fresh tasting Indian River citrus tastes. Thanks for your sharing #ciptojunaedy

  8. Breeanne Martin says:

    Great post and comments. I love doing alkalizing diets. They cleanse and help lose weight quickly. This would be good for anyone.

  9. Citrus fruits are very good for health. Thanks for the useful information and introducing me to the term Alkaling.

  10. Alysha says:

    Citrus Juicing always better for health but I didn’t know that it can use on diet. Specially I never heard before about alakaline diet. But now i know what can it to for health. Thanks for sharing this.

  11. Erwin says:

    Hi Mr. Rich,

    Fruit juice is a beverage that is definitely healthy for all of us, as long as it is free of artificial sweeteners, and harmful chemicals.

  12. Tariqul says:

    Alkaline is always better for healthy body but more alkaline can bring bad effect on body. But acidic foods good are not for healthy body but it better for increase stamina. Thanks for your informative post.

  13. Marsha54

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  14. stacy says:

    I was just reading about the acid/alakaline of foods. It appears wherever there is disease or inflammation, there is acidity. Thanks for sharing this info.
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  15. Tariqul says:

    Hello Rich, I personally like citrus juicing most than others in summer season. After reading your blog I became angry to drink juice. I didn’t knew all this information about citrus juice. Thanks for your informative information.

  16. Good thing I have no allergy whatsoever on citrus fruits.
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  17. Chris says:

    Hi Rich,

    I didn’t heard about alkalizing diet before. I knew that a lot of foods are acidic, but i didn’t know actually how to combat this. I am waiting for new updates about this diet. Thanks

  18. Andrew says:

    Thank you for teaching us about the benefits of juicing fruits. I really learned a lot and appreciate that there are great ideas and people like you here. Thanks for sharing,

  19. Health Blushon

    yeah citrus fruits juice is very yummy and energetic. but some people can’t drink it due to citrus taste which attacks on their throat and they have cough from it. but personally i like it so much

  20. ricki says:

    every good things always have some negative effects. citrus fruits are the examples. Although those contain many nutrients for the body, it’s have no benefits if somebody with some intolerance eat the fruits. Just like you said, it’s better to check ourself first before include the fruits into our daily diet 🙂

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