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    Orange juice vs pineapple juice

    For vitamin C, we take fruit juice instead of vitamin pills. One time there was a little debate about fruit juice. Which is better between orange juice and pineapple juice? My take was pineapple juice since we already have that in the can since I was a little girl. Orange juice came in late and it was in the powder form. Maybe fresh orange juice is better than canned pineapple juice.

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    Re: Orange juice vs pineapple juice

    Drinking more juice can be one of the quickest ways to get some vitamin C, and many juices do supply most of the vitamin C that you need as well. They say that eight ounces of fresh-squeezed orange juice has about 125 milligrams of vitamin C, and the next best juice for vitamin C is raw white or pink grapefruit juice- with each providing more than 90 milligrams. Though pineapple juice is still good for vitamin C, it only has around 25 milligrams of vitamin C.




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    Re: Orange juice vs pineapple juice

    As for me, I prefer pineapple juice because it is more readily available. There are specific brands of pineapple juice sold in stores that are near me which makes it convenient. I get my dose of vitamins A, C, E from drinking ready to drink pineapple juice straight from the can.




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    Re: Orange juice vs pineapple juice

    I would have to say that pineapple juice with its phytochemical properties is healthier and more nutritious than orange juice. Also pineapple juice for me is better tasting than orange juice.




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    Re: Orange juice vs pineapple juice

    I prefer pineapple juice than orange juice.This is because I fine pineapples more tastier than oranges.But I always feel a sour taste in my tongue whenever I take a lot of pineapples.




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    Re: Orange juice vs pineapple juice

    I love my juice cocktail. We normally take it as a family. We mix all the pineapples, oranges, red grapes, beet roots, kiwi fruits, mango in the blender. We also add some peanut butter. It enhances the flavor and gives it a whole different taste. I love to take my juice on an empty stomach preferably before my work outs. The juice normally boosts my immunity.






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