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The Cream Soda is a Stunning Product of the Pakota Drinks Collections. it's contain a range of minerals, vitamins and bioactive compounds, such as phytochemicals, that are important for good health. Guidelines for a healthy, balanced diet typically recommend plenty of fruits and vegetables are required to supply our vitamin and mineral needs. However, within this model, moderate consumption of 100% fruit juices can make a significant contribution to potassium and some other micronutrients.
*European Union regulation 1924/2006 states that, in order to use a nutrition claim, 100 g of a food or 100 ml of a drink must contain at least 15% or 7.5% respectively of the nutrient reference value (NRV). In accordance with this, 100% juices of orange, grapefruit, lemon, pineapple and tomato can be declared a source of vitamin C; orange, pineapple and tomato juices meet the criterion for potassium; while orange juice additionally meets the criterion for folate.
*The nutrients in fruit juice come directly from the squeezed fruit. When micronutrient levels of vitamin A, folate, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium and potassium were compared in juices versus the whole fruits from which they were derived, no significant differences were found. In some cases, sodium may be higher in 100% fruit juices while the content of potassium, phosphorus and magnesium may be lower compared with the corresponding fresh fruit extract.
*Intestinal absorption of non-haem iron is inhibited by some compounds present in foods, such as phytates or polyphenolic compounds, and conversely, is promoted by others, such as vitamin C (ascorbic acid). The role of vitamin C in this regard is so important that the WHO considered its impact on the bioavailability of iron when developing Dietary Reference Values. Thus, consuming 100% fruit juice along with foods rich in non-haem iron can help increase absorption of this mineral.
*Potassium is found in significant quantities in 100% fruit juices, as well as vegetables, whole-grain cereals and legumes. The average daily intake of potassium in Europe is 2,463 to 3,991 mg/day in adults. The WHO suggests a potassium intake of 3,510 mg/day, based on a systemic review of the literature, with a view to controlling blood pressure and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, particularly stroke. Consumption of fruit juices in moderate amounts (around 150-200ml per day) and as part of a balanced diet could help consumers achieve recommended potassium intake levels and support the maintenance of normal blood pressure in the general population.
*Energy density of fruit juices