Fruit juices not only have higher sugar content like sodas, but they also put you at higher risk of acidity and tooth cavity. Over time intake of both soda and fruit juice wears away your tooth enamel, which feed bacteria and gradually disturbs PH balance in your mouth.

Then should I stop drinking fruit juice?

No! I am not saying that. It is just we are asked to stop intake of commercial fruit juice as they are not healthy. As far as fiber content is concerned in the homemade fruit juice, you can circumnavigate the pulp by tossing the skin/pulp in with the fruit itself.

Limit your fruit juice intake

If you really want to be take all the benefits from a fruit, try to consume it in their natural form and limit your fruit juice intake. This will certainly prevent you from all the mentioned problems caused by the fruit juice intake.

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