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Papaya Juice Powder

If you’ve been looking for a health-supporting product, papaya juice powder is the way to go! As with most fruit juice powders, papaya juice powder is typically made by evaporating the fruit juice concentrate until it reaches a nearly solid form, spray drying it, and then grinding it into a fine powder. 1

Papaya juice powder retains most of the nutrients of the fruit in a convenient package with a long shelf life, meaning it will keep for months, especially if you refrigerate it after opening.

What is Papaya Juice Powder Good For?

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This tropical fruit boasts many health benefits backed by science.

First, let’s take a look at the nutrient profile of papaya. One medium raw papaya fruit contains: 2

  • Calories: 119
  • Protein: 1.9 g
  • Carbs: 29.8 g
  • Fat:0.4 g
  • Fiber: 5.5 g
  • Vitamin A: 67% of the DV (Daily value)
  • Vitamin C: 313% of the DV
  • Vitamin E: 11% of the DV
  • Vitamin B-9 (Folate): 29% of the DV
  • Potassium: 22% of the DV
  • Plus trace amounts of several other nutrients, including calcium, magnesium, and vitamin K.

As you can see, papaya is a rich source of vitamin C, an antioxidant that helps fight disease-causing free radical damage to cells. This alone can make papaya a strong defense against illness and disease, but here’s more. Papaya also contains lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that has demonstrated anti-cancer properties in clinical research trials. 3, 4

Papaya also contains a respectable amount of vitamin E, a nutrient important for the health of your blood, brain, and skin. Vitamin E also has antioxidant properties. 5

Some specific health benefits of papaya juice powder include:

  • Improved Heart Health. Studies indicate that vitamin C, vitamin E, and lycopene may have a heart-protective effect, possibly due to their antioxidant effects. 6, 7, 8
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  • Digestive Support: Multiple studies indicate that papaya consumption may help relieve constipation, heartburn, and symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. Researchers theorize that this effect may be due to the papain enzyme in papaya fruit. 9
    A cartoon rendering of human intestines between a doctor's hands on a blue background.
  • Inflammation Reduction. Many experts believe that chronic inflammation may be the underlying cause of most common conditions, such as heart disease, obesity, and type 2 diabetes. Many clinical research studies suggest that antioxidants may relieve the markers that trigger inflammation, such as the cytokine Interleuken-6 (IL-6). This means that papaya and other foods that are rich in antioxidants may also soothe inflammation. 9, 10
    An image of an inflammation word cloud describing symptoms causes, and treatments on a yellow hand and a blue hand graphic.

How Do You Use Papaya Juice Powder?

Papaya juice powder generally has a mild sweet taste that can enhance the flavor of any food.

Plus, it is a versatile superfood with multiple uses. Add some to your green smoothie for an added nutrient boost. Stir it into your yogurt or soup, teas or juices. Sprinkle it over desserts. You can even add it to your morning coffee. You’re only limited by your imagination...and by your tastebuds.

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1- Muzaffar K, Gulzar N. Kumar P. Production of Fruit Juice Powders by Spray Drying Technology. International Journal of Advanced Research in Science and Engineering. Aug 26, 2018. Vol 7, Issue 3. Mar 2018.

2- Nutrition Data. Papaya Raw Nutrition Facts & Calories. Accessed Jan 28, 2021.

3- National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. Antioxidants: In Depth. NIH. Last Updated: Nov 2013. Accessed Jan 28, 2021.

4- Cassileth B. Lycopene. Oncology (Williston Park). 2010 Mar;24(3):296. PMID: 20394143.

5- Mayo Clinic Staff. Vitamin E Overview. Mayo Clinic. Nov 13, 2020. Accessed Jan 28, 2021.

6- DeNoon D. Vitamin C Lowers Heart Disease Risk. Jul 15, 2003. Accessed Jan 28, 2021.

7- National Institutes of Health. Vitamin E: Fact Sheet for Health Professionals. NIH. Updated Jul 31, 2021. Accessed Jan 28, 2021.,vitamin%20E%2C%20primarily%20from%20supplements%20%5B%2019%20%5D.

8- Arab L, Steck S. Lycopene and cardiovascular disease, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Volume 71, Issue 6, June 2000, Pages 1691S–1695S,

9- Marotta F, Koike K, Lorenzetti A, Naito Y, Fayet F, Shimizu H, Marandola P. Nutraceutical strategy in aging: targeting heat shock protein and inflammatory profile through understanding interleukin-6 polymorphism. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2007 Nov;1119:196-202. doi: 10.1196/annals.1404.011. PMID: 18056967.

10- Watzl B, Kulling SE, Möseneder J, Barth SW, Bub A. A 4-wk intervention with high intake of carotenoid-rich vegetables and fruit reduces plasma C-reactive protein in healthy, nonsmoking men. Am J Clin Nutr. 2005 Nov;82(5):1052-8. doi: 10.1093/ajcn/82.5.1052. PMID: 16280438.

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