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Calories in Raw Apple Juice

author image Leigh Ramsey
Leigh Ramsey has been a professional editor and writer since 1995, with pieces appearing in publications including "52nd City" literary magazine, "St. Louis American" newspaper and PoeWar/Writer's Resource Center online. An expert user of the PubMed database, she has served as a newspaper copy editor, medical editor, proofreader and fact-checker. Ramsey holds a Master of Arts in English from Southern Illinois University.
Calories in Raw Apple Juice
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Who has not heard the adage "an apple a day keeps the doctor away"? Thus, it is not surprising that health-conscious eaters might pair this medicine chest in fruit form with a raw-food focus. And so, many innocently ask how many calories are at the core of raw apple juice.

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Raw apple cider has been associated with E. coli 0157:H7 outbreaks. Pregnant women, young children, the aged and those with immunocompromised systems as is seen with acquired immune deficiency syndrome or cancer should be particularly cautious with regard to the inherent risk of contracting enteric infections through raw apple juice or cider.

Calories in Raw Apple Juice

Many raw-juice devotees use a press to render fresh apples, skin on, into raw apple juice. Others press juicers into service and drop in other fruits, such as pear, or even celery, spinach or broccoli. When apples alone are used to make fresh juice, the calories in an 8-ounce glass of raw apple juice total 110.

Final Insights

If contemplating the start of a raw-food or raw-juice diet, consult a physician or registered dietitian for guidance regarding your particular health situation in juxtaposition to raw-food dangers.

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