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... The problem that many nutritionists and diet authors have with buying juice in the container, is that we're likely to drink in quantities that satisfy our thirst, not in quatities that satisfy our nutritional needs. ... (12 replies)
... Ok I'll tell you the pros and cons of each. As one person mentioned...yes eating the fruit gives you the fiber which is taken out when you just drink the juice. Also it has less calories when you eat the fruit itself. ... (12 replies)
... Unsweetened orange juice or freshly squeezed is much better for you than that light or regular stuff. Unsweetened contains around 20 g. sugar, which isn't much when you compare it to soda. Soda has around 41 g. sugar. ... (12 replies)

... in particular the enzyme activity is affected. raw juice is full of enzymes. juice off the supermarket shelf will have NONE. ... (12 replies)
... Thank you for the replies everyone! They have been very helpful! ... (12 replies)
... oily food intake. That's it. The sodium intake should be less than 2400 mg. for the HP. ... (11 replies)
... I see you like Mexican food... ... (4 replies)
Coca Cola
Jan 7, 2007
... Drink some nice tropicana not from concentrate orange juice... or nice poland spring crystal clear healthy water...... ... (6 replies)
... I agree with the above posts. Juice is often NOT suggested to drink in large amounts if you are watching your calories. ... (4 replies)
... processed. If your carrot juice is made at home from fresh raw carrots without any additives, that is best, from a natural food standpoint. Typically, these natural foods are so beneficial. ... (23 replies)
... I used to feel similar to what you are describing. ... (3 replies)
... Anyway, I am curious as to how my diet looks to some of you and was wondering if I could get some feedback on it. ... (6 replies)
... I'm a little confused because, in the first example, you eat and are still hungry. In the second example, you eat so as not to wake up hungry. ... (9 replies)
... but then after a while someone told me that juice contain almost just as much sugar as a coke. Baffled, I started comparing the declarations on the packaging, and here is where I got confused. ... (4 replies)
... I have had an eating disorder of some sort for the most part of my life. I would either binge large amounts of food or starve for days on end. I am starting to conquer this disorder and have realised that I actually have no idea what constitutes a normal healthy intake of food each day. ... (3 replies)
Cheerios anyone?
Apr 25, 2010
... For breakfast, all my life, I've eaten egg white omelets with orange juice or had a granola bar or two in the morning before running out the door. ... (2 replies)
... I'd say most women in their 20s learn about cranberries REALLY fast. Don't be so quick to say that people don't care about that. I, for one, am very prone to bladder infections, a common occurance for women my age. ... (8 replies)
... I don't know what type of bagel you are eating. Is it homemade? ... (6 replies)
... From what you have listed above, you're not really eating well at all. You need to bulk your breakfast up with healthier wholesome foods and poptarts don't count. ... (13 replies)
... I'm glad to hear that you are feeling good and also that you have helped your brother to change to a healthier lifestyle. The pantothenic acid is vitamin B5. It should not be a problem for you. ... (16 replies)

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