Benefits Of Litchi Juice For Seniors

Litchi (Lychee) is a fruit with rough and dark pink peel and is very sweet inside. If you carefully open it, you’ll find a sweet white transparent pulp full of goodness, simply mesmerising, to be exact. Children love this fruit due to its extraordinary taste and the delight it contains

Apart from its great taste, there are numerous great benefits of drinking Litchi juice. Take off the rough skin, and then eat the sweet pulp. That’s just one of numerous ways to savour its delicious sweetness. Different people from different countries have perfected the art of making delicious desserts using Litchi. Slice, cut, chop, or freeze; it provides the same amazing flavour regardless of the form you decide to use it in. This Chinese native is transformed into candy, jams, snacks, salads, and so on across the globe. The mocktails containing Litchi juice are delicious with a bit of creativity. Also, the nicest thing about Litchi is it’s easy to eat for seniors. Peel it off, eat it and then scoop out the seed. Litchi juice makes the lives of seniors so sweet & simple.

How To Make Litchi Juice At Home? 

Ingredients:  

30 lychees peeled and pitted 

 1 cup of water 

 2 teaspoons simple syrup  

Process:  

Choose lychees, rinse them off and then place them in the container. After peeling and washing then, you can cut the pulp using the help of a knife. The pulp close to the centre is discarded. Place the cut litchi in the watery cup. Pay specific attention to the fact that the Litchi will be cut into small pieces, and not too large!  

Make sure you add the right amount of cold water to the juicer and cover thoroughly.  Cover the lid, turn the juice cup around, and switch it on. Pour the lychee juice out and Enjoy! 

Litchi is a bright-coloured fruit with a light-coloured pulp that is only available for a short time during the summertime. In terms of the taste of the fruit, it’s very delicious. After you’ve finished swooning over a bowl of Litchi, it is possible to look into the benefits of this powerful fruit. They are indeed very healthy for seniors in addition to being delicious. The benefits of litchi juice are due to the fruit’s nutritional worth. The fruit is packed with vitamins C, vitamin D, copper, phosphorus, magnesium, riboflavin water, and protein. This keeps your skin glowing and healthy. Also, Litchi provides the humidity you need to bear the scorching summer heat. Let’s examine the advantages of this super-fruit for senior health

  1. Increases immunity 

The rich vitamin C content in this super-fruit delivers the senior’s immune system with the energy it requires. One single serving of Litchi juice (or 7 lychees) provides more than 100% of our body’s total vitamin C requirements. It strengthens white blood cells in seniors’ bodies, protecting them from foreign material infections.   

2. Aids digestion 

For those who experience digestive issues more often, just one serving of Litchi juice may be beneficial for alleviating the discomfort. The fibre content adds to the volume of stool, helping seniors pass bowls easier and faster, thus preventing constipation. Additionally, it triggers an increase in the production of digestive enzymes in the body, ensuring more efficient nutrient absorption than normal

3. Monitors blood pressure 

Litchi juice is one of the most beneficial fruits seniors who suffer from high blood pressure can have. It is good in potassium and low in sodium, which helps maintain the balance of fluids within the body. Fluid balance is essential for metabolic functions and hypertension. The potassium content in the litchis can ease blood flow through the arteries, reducing stress on the cardiovascular system.  

4. Increases blood circulation 

Litchis are rich in copper. Copper is as vital as iron in our body, it increases red blood cell production. More RBCs within the senior’s body means improved blood circulation and better oxygenation of organs and cells.

5. Skincare benefits 

One of the primary reasons for ageing is the oxidative stress that occurs because of free radicals, leading to the appearance of blemishes, wrinkles, and fine lines. A high amount of vitamin C in the Litchis may help lower the negative effects of free radicals and slow the ageing process. 

6. Helps in weight loss 

Litchi is a great source of fibres in the diet. Dietary fibres play a crucial role in helping lose weight. Litchi is also high in water content, with minimal fat, and is very low in calories. This makes litchi juice ideal for helping lose weight

7. Increases bone strength  

Litchi juice is loaded with iron, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, copper, etc. These minerals all increase calcium absorption in bones. Magnesium and phosphorus work wonders in enhancing health and bone strength. This litchi juice is a great source of copper and manganese that help reduce bones’ fragility. So, eating litchis can reduce the risk of osteoporosis and fractures.   

8. Litchi is rich in vitamin C

One of the largest substances found in lychees is Vitamin C. One serving of Litchi juice (7 Litchis) provides more than 100% of our body’s total vitamin C requirements

9. Litchis contain vitamin E in abundance

Litchis are a good source of vitamin E, and it aids in healing sunburns that cause irritation and pain and keeps the skin glowing and healthy.   

10.  Healthy Ageing  

Vitamin C found in the Litchi protects against the damaging effects of free radicals on your skin and counteracts premature signs of ageing.   

11. Litchi flushes out Kidney Toxins 

Lychees have significant amounts of potassium and water, and both nutrients help kidneys in flushing out the toxins. The summer fruit reduces uric acid levels and dramatically reduces your risk of damage to your kidneys. As per a study, this combination of magnesium and vitamin B6 in lychees reduces the chance of developing kidney stones. As a natural diuretic, they encourage urination and alleviate pain from kidney stones. 

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