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Start Consuming Potato Juice to Get These Amazing Health Benefits

Abha Toppo
Abha Toppo

Have you ever thought of drinking a glass of potato juice? In fact many of you many not even know that the potato juice is very beneficial for your health.  Made from the starchy tuber of a plant called Solanum tuberosum, potato juice has been used across the globe for centuries. Though its taste is unappetizing but it is an excellent juice that can be mixed with other vegetable juices for a nutrient-dense drink.

Potato Juice Nutrition Facts

Potato juice contains many essential nutrients, including vitamin C, potassium, calcium, iron, etc. Interestingly most of the nutrients in the potatoes are in its skin hence it is important that you do not peel the tuber while making juice at home. Due to the presence of various nutrients, potato juice has an impressive list of health benefits.

Potato Juice Benefits

The most impressive health benefits of potato juice include improving circulation, preventing aging, healing ulcers, aiding digestion, supporting liver etc.

Increases Energy Level

Potato juice is a great energy booster, as the natural sugars in this juice are easy forms of energy. In addition, potato juice has a high level of thiamine that can improve the body’s ability to break down carbohydrates into usable energy.

Prevents Aging

According to research, potato juice moisturizes the skin & delivers antioxidants to the surface of the skin that can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles & age spots, while protecting against inflammation & skin infections.

Improves Digestion

The starch content present in potato juice has been linked to many digestive issues and it can help pacify inflammation in the gut and promote digestion by eliminating the symptoms of bloating, constipation, cramping & indigestion.

Boosts Immunity

Potato juice that is rich in vitamin C boosts immunity by stimulating the production of WBC or white blood cells. Other antioxidants & immunostimulant minerals in potato juice also protect against chronic disease & lower oxidative stress.

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Treats Ulcers

Potato juice contains antacid properties & has a slightly alkaline pH, which can help in balancing the acidity in your gut and treat gastric ulcers. It can also form a protective layer on the mucosal lining of the stomach to reduce pain & discomfort of this common condition as it heals.

Improves Heart Health

There is a considerable amount of potassium in one glass of potato juice, which is more than 50 percent of your daily required intake. Therefore if you start your day with a glass of potato juice it will reduce the strain on your cardiovascular system by easing tension on blood vessels & arteries, lowering the blood pressure. This will also reduce the risk of heart attack, atherosclerosis, & stroke.

Improves Circulation

Niacin is another member of B family, which is found in high levels in potato juice. This vitamin can stimulate circulation that will improve oxygenation in various parts of the body, with the delivery of essential nutrients for repair & normal function.

Improves Hormone Production

If you consume potato juice on daily basis then it may help in improving the levels of important sex & stress hormones

Speeds up Healing of Wound

Potato juice is rich in vitamin C that helps in stimulating the production of collagen and in turn speeds up the healing of wounds as well as sore muscles.

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How to Make Potato Juice?

In order to make potato juice follow the steps given below; (Always prefer organic potatoes)


  • 2 potatoes

  • 2 cups water

  • Other vegetables like spinach, cabbage


  • Make sure that potatoes are thoroughly cleaned and scrubbed before using.

  • Cut the potato into small pieces, leaving the skin on.

  • The put potato & water in to the processor and process for at least 2 to 3 minutes.

  • Now strain the blended material with a sieve.

  • Refrigerate potato juice for a while.

  • Stir well before serving

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