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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Foods that relieve the symptoms of constipation include vegetables, fruits, legumes and high-fiber foods including bran muffins and cereal, says WebMD. Drinking plenty of water -while avoiding dehydrating beverages- is a... More »

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According to WebMD, natural apple juice does not cause constipation. Natural apple juice or eating apples in general helps control both constipation and diarrhea because apples contain pectin, which bulks up stools. More »

Apple juice begins to ferment between 12 hours after production and a few days, if kept in a sterile container in sufficiently warm weather. The fermentation process continues for between seven days and a few months, dep... More »

Apple juice can spoil if it is not used by the manufacturer's expiration date or if it is improperly stored. Whether or not it is refrigerated at the time of purchase largely determines how it should be stored to prevent... More »

Apple juice begins to boil when it reaches a temperature of 160 degrees Celsius, or 320 degrees Fahrenheit. It reaches its boiling point at a higher temperature than water due to its sugar content. More »

Apple juice is a natural diuretic. It also offers a number of other detoxifying health benefits and helps to lower cholesterol. More »