Drinking 100 percent fruit juice linked to improved nutrient intake: trade ass’n

Adults who do not drink fruit juice are more likely to fall below recommended levels for several key nutrients, including vitamins A and C and magnesium. Additionally, a greater percentage of those consuming fruit juice exceeded recommended levels for calcium and potassium – two important minerals for promoting bone health and regulating blood pressure.

“This study supports the role of fruit juice as a nutrient dense beverage and a source of valuable vitamins and minerals,” notes lead researcher Dr. Carol O’Neil. “Drinking 100 percent juice may be one important strategy to provide some of the essential nutrients that are currently under-consumed by Americans. 100 percent fruit juice should be encouraged as part of an overall balanced diet.”

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