Aloe Vera juice is mainly used in many skin care products, but this natural juice also helps in controlling blood sugar levels and boosts the metabolism rate that helps in digestion and you burn extra calories and fat.
Basically, aloe vera juice contains aloin, a potent natural laxative. This natural laxative may not help in fat loss but reduces water weight. But one should take aloe vera juice in minimum quantity because taking aloin in large quantity may lead to diarrhea, abdominal cramps and rebound constipation.
Aloe Vera has 75 percent active compounds. These compounds contain antioxidants, vitamin A, C and E, sugar, fibre, minerals and amino acids. It also has anti-inflammatory properties.
As I mentioned above one should take Aloe Vera in limited quantity and there’s no harm in sipping aloe vera in water. You can add 50 ml of aloe vera juice in a glass full of water. Because higher doses can have a negative impact on your body and you may experience loss of electrolytes, cramping, nausea and diarrhea.