Benefits Of Drinking Raw Potato Juice And How To Prepare It

Benefits Of Drinking Raw Potato Juice And How To Prepare It

Potato is an important food staple and is considered as one of the most common vegetable crops in the word. It is mainly composed of starch, a complex carbohydrate.

This edible tuber belongs to the Solanaceae or nightshade family whose other members include peppers, tomatoes, and eggplants. It can be eaten fried, baked, or boiled and is also frequently serve as a snack or side dish.

Aside from being high in water content, potatoes also have carbs, fiber (pectin, cellulose, and hemicellulose), protein, and almost with no fat. Once cooked with skin, it can provide your body with vitamins and minerals like vitamin C, vitamin B6, folate, and potassium.

A 100-grams of boiled potato cooked with the skin but without salt can give your body the following nutrients:

  1. Calories: 87
  2. Fiber: 1.8 grams
  3. Fat: 0.1 grams
  4. Protein: 1.9 grams
  5. Carbs: 20.1 grams
  6. Water: 77%
  7. Sugar: 0.9 grams

For centuries, the medicinal properties of raw potatoes have been known. According to studies, raw potatoes are one of the most effective home remedies you can try.

Here is the list of benefits your body can enjoy once you drink raw potato juice.

Soothes Your Tummy

Since potato juice is very alkaline, it can help neutralize stomach acid, and soothe stomachaches and gastrointestinal disturbances.

Good For The Skin

According to studies, drinking potato juice can prevent your skin from excessive drying, alleviate pain caused by sunburnt skin, and treat blemishes.


Raw potato juice works as an effective detox and helps clean the liver and gall bladder. Enjoy this benefit by simply drinking the juice from 200 grams of raw potatoes right after you get up in the morning.


Iron and folate are needed for the production of red blood cells. Potatoes are one of the best sources of these two. Due to this, potatoes can be used as a natural aid in the prevention or treatment of different forms of anemia.


The juice favors the multiplication of beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract, improves your appetite, promote effective digestion, prevent the fermentation process in the intestines.

Heart Health

The risk for cardiovascular diseases can be lowered with the help of potato juice as it can prevent blockage of the arteries. Taking a cup of the juice can help relieve heartburn. Additionally, the presence of potassium, chlorogenic acid, and kukoamines in potato can possibly promote lowered blood pressure.


Potato juice has antioxidants that have anti-inflammatory effects which are beneficial for those suffering from eczema, arthritis, and joint pain. Ease your pain caused by diseases by drinking one glass of potato juice every morning.

How To Prepare Your Very Own Raw Potato Juice

First, you need to have 2-3 large potatoes and 3-4 small ones. Clean the potatoes in water by brushing them and removing all the sprouts on them and dry them all. Remove all the green parts and put into a juicer or food processor. Strain and squeeze hard to get the juice with a cheesecloth. A single preparation can possibly yield one cup of juice.

Your juice must be taken 30-60 minutes before breakfast.


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