Nutrition and DietSoursop juice on an empty stomach

Soursop juice on an empty stomach

Benefits of drinking soursop juice on an empty stomach. Find out how to make soursop juice as a fruit and what are the recommendations to take into account when drinking it.

The soursop is a tree that belongs to the family Annonaceae, which is grown in many tropical countries for their edible fruit (which are also known by the same name as the tree itself), not only for its delicate and delicious taste, but by the vast amount of preventive, protective, curative and medicinal benefits that it offers. From a scientific point of view it is known by the name of Annona muricata.

Regarding its wonderful tropical fruit, which is precisely also known by the name of  soursop, it is characterized as a tremendously popular fruit for the different medicinal benefits and nutritional properties it provides. It is characterized by being a fruit with an ovoid shape, irregular in shape and course at its lower end, with a very characteristic whitish pulp and black seeds. To enjoy its sweet flavor, it must only be cut when it has reached maturity, since if it is cut before it will not ripen well and its flavor will be bitter.

When it comes to enjoying the different qualities of soursop, there are different ways to consume it. It is possible to cut it into pieces and make a juice or natural juice after removing its seeds and straining it, or else choose directly to remove its skin, the seeds and eat it whole. Precisely a natural and recommended option is to choose to drink soursop juice on an empty stomach, which becomes an interesting natural option to enjoy its healing and medicinal qualities.

How to make soursop juice:

Actually making soursop juice is extremely simple. You only need a soursop fruit, a blender or a mixer. First, wash the soursop well, remove its skin and cut it into pieces, which you will place in the blender or blender glass.

Blend the pieces or beat them well until you get all the juice from the soursop. Strain to remove its seeds and serve it in a glass to drink. If you wish, you can sweeten it with honey, although the soursop by itself when it is ripe enough already has a pleasant flavor.

Recommendations when drinking soursop juice on an empty stomach

Since soursop can be or become heavy when consumed in excess or the first few times, it is highly advisable to opt for a minimum consumption the first days when we begin to eat it.

In this sense, it is best to drink half a glass of soursop juice on an empty stomach, and not to increase the amount until after more or less one or two weeks. That is, drink only half a glass of juice sweetened with honey every day (if you wish).

Benefits of drinking soursop juice on an empty stomach

  • Excellent purifying, diuretic and antioxidant: soursop juice is very rich in antioxidants, fiber and other essential nutrients that help purify our body and eliminate accumulated toxins, being useful in reducing the negative effects of radicals free.
  • Helps to strengthen the immune system and increase defenses: soursop juice is a wonderful natural drink to increase defenses, thanks to its richness in antioxidants. Therefore, it becomes an excellent option to strengthen our immune system.
  • Useful for reducing high blood pressure, cholesterol and triglycerides: we are dealing with a very beneficial juice for our cardiovascular system, since consumed regularly it helps to treat and fight high blood pressure. In addition, for those who have high cholesterol or triglyceride levels, it is also useful to lower them.
  • Good for diabetics: Soursop juice unsweetened with honey is a very interesting natural drink for people with diabetes, as it helps regulate blood glucose levels.
  • Regulates intestinal transit: due to its natural fiber content, soursop juice helps in a very positive way against constipation, as it is useful to regulate intestinal transit. On the other hand, it is also useful to restore and take care of our intestinal flora.
  • Helps prevent and treat cancer: various scientific studies have confirmed the possible benefits of soursop juice in the treatment of cancer, also helping to prevent it.

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