Apple Cider?

Ryan999

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I haven't been finding a lot of quality orange juice in the midwest lately, but apples are definitely high quality at the moment. If I have no known reactions to apples or the juice how do you think apple cider would be as a source for sugar?

Also, the apple cider I'm talking about is just basically raw apple juice.
 

cliff

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If it's squeezed by reliable source that doesn't enzymatically process it and is strained it's probably good.
 

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Ryan, thanks for asking this question.

It's apple season where I am and yesterday I stopped in and picked up some apple cider, YUM! I plan on sneaking in a cup or two of it a day and see if I notice any effects. I always warm mine up in a pot and drink it hot. :cheers
 

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Charlie said:
Ryan, thanks for asking this question.

It's apple season where I am and yesterday I stopped in and picked up some apple cider, YUM! I plan on sneaking in a cup or two of it a day and see if I notice any effects. I always warm mine up in a pot and drink it hot. :cheers

I belive RP says the high amout of pectin can be problematic though.

Found the quote (was on Danny Roddy's RP's Brain)

Pectin tends to increase serotonin by irritating the intestine.
 

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