3 Ways Fruit Juice Cures Ailments (VIDEO)

Emily Lyman has a penchant for organization and ruthlessly keeps only those things that bring her joy. Her life goals are to travel always, read everything, and perfect the selfie. Because let's be honest, posing for a selfie is really the most awkward feeling one can have while taking a photo.

fruit juiceShow us someone who’s stressed and we’ll show them 10 different ways to find their zen. But the cure for stress, headaches, and colds might be as simple as drinking juice. Specifically, fruit juice. Life Hacks by Keith Bradford shows you the how and why.

A small caveat: fruit juice works for these cures, but don’t substitute it for real fruit. In terms of sugar and fiber, fruit juice doesn’t hold a candle to real fruit. Then again, real fruit can’t cure migraines almost instantly. The good news is you really can’t go wrong with either.

Orange Juice
This delightful drink is considered one of the top ten stress-relieving foods. Yes, we know it’s not technically a “food”. But if you’re stressing out over deadlines and to do lists, reach for a glass of OJ.

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Pineapple Juice
According to Life Hacks, pineapple juice is five times more effective than cough syrup. And, according to us, it tastes a whole lot better. Another side benefit, it also prevents colds and the flu.

Grape Juice
Chugging just one glass of grape juice has been known to relieve migraine headaches almost instantly. No more lying in a dark, quiet room waiting for relief. Chug, chug, chug, chug.

Lemon Juice
If you suffer from insomnia, try drinking a glass of raw lemon juice. Right, it’s not the most palatable cure, but it has been said to drastically improve your sleep.

Aloe Vera Juice
Here’s an extra, secret tip. It’s not fruit juice, but we appreciate the benefits too much not to share. Aloe vera juice will help get rid of an upset stomach.

After you’ve added fruit juice to your grocery list, consider including other healthy options. Contrary to popular belief, eating healthy is cheaper.

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