Can fruit lose it's nutrients?
I'm going to buy me a blender, I want to make fruit drinks (no milk or ice cream) just fruit. Will the fruit lose nutrients from being blended. I was told that, but I don't think that statment is true..you're bascially just cutting the fruit, right?
- BlueSeaLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
With some fruits nutrients are in the skin or peel but I wouldn't worry too muich they have plenty to go around
- Anonymous1 decade ago
You will lose a small amount of nutrients if you peel the fruit (like apples). But otherwise you will be OK.
We are supposed to get 5 servings of fruits and vegetables everyday. You will be beyond that with your fruit drinks so you will be a few steps ahead of most people.
Also change your fruits daily. Make sure that throughout the week you get a lot of colors in that blender. This is how you cover your maximum vitamins and nutrients.
- redunicornLv 71 decade ago
As long as you eat them immediately, they don't lose their nutrients.
- Scorpius59Lv 71 decade ago
no, as long as you drink all the juice that comes from it. Cooking it "kills" the good stuff.
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- 1 decade ago
Yes, it will.Source(s): My father