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Apple juice alleviates symptoms of constipation, particularly for children and infants, as its sugars pass through the digestive system unabsorbed. Typical remedies for infant constipation include giving babies between 2... More »

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Prune juice has a mild laxative effect, which some people experience more powerfully than others, and common side effects of drinking prune juice include bloating and gas, according to SFGate. Drinking excessive amounts ... More »

Prune juice helps improve digestion, fight free radicals, lower blood pressure, and regulate blood-sugar levels. It is a good source of nutrients needed to maintain overall health. More »

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