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Is tomato juice healthy and how can you make it yourself?

  1. Tomatoes are eaten a lot in the Netherlands. Did you know that you can easily make your own tomato juice from tomatoes? This juice is very healthy. The juice is good for the skin and hair. Because tomato juice is rich in fiber and sodium, it can also contribute to weight loss. Furthermore, consuming the juice can provide a new charge of energy.

Is tomato juice healthy?

  1. Yes, tomato juice is very healthy, because it offers several benefits for the functioning of your body:

Tomato juice is good for the skin

  1. Tomato juice offers multiple benefits for the skin. Among other things, it helps to prevent tanning and discoloration of the skin. In addition, it can combat acne and regulate the secretion of sebum in oily skin. There are also other foods that also have a positive effect on the skin: olives, pineapples, avocados and oranges.

Tomato juice can contribute to weight loss

  1. Tomato juice keeps the body hydrated, while the fiber and sodium in tomato juice keep you from feeling hungry or weak. The juice also provides the body with the necessary amounts of various nutrients so that the metabolism of your body remains unaffected.

For new energy

  1. Tomato juice is rich in anti-oxidants. Consuming anti-oxidants ensures that the body can defend itself against free radicals. This process contributes to staying young and energetic. When you need a new boost of energy, try drinking a glass of tomato juice instead of a cup of coffee.

The nutritional value of tomato juice

  1. Tomato juice contains on average per 100 grams: 18 kcal, 0.8 grams of proteins, 3.1 grams of carbohydrates (of which 1.4 grams of sugars), 0.1 grams of fat and 1.0 gram of fiber. Tomato juice contains the following vitamins: A, B1, B2, B6, B11 and C. Finally, the juice contains the following minerals: sodium, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, copper and zinc.

Make your own tomato juice

  1. You can make your own tomato juice by following the instructions below (requires a food grinder):



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