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2005/07/21 16:22:37 (permalink)
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Drink question

Ive been reading the backs of drinks and:

1. Diet fizzy drinks seem to have no calories or carbs what so ever! Im really pleased because I need a drink that I can treat myself with that isnt fast digesting, I think this does contain caffeine though, are these bad to have?

2. I really love applejuice and other fruit juices etc, are these fast or slow digesting, because I always stay away from them thinking I shouldnt drink them because there so fast digesting, but with fruit drinks they contain fructose as the carbs right? Therefore are these ok to drink?

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    RE: Drink question 2005/07/21 16:25:57 (permalink)
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    problem with fruit juice on their own is the fibre is missing and so the digestion is speeded up. I prefer to have fruit over fruit juice as most fruit juice is fairly calorie dense.

    Beaware of the additives and chemicals in diet drinks.

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    RE: Drink question 2005/07/21 20:41:58 (permalink)
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    Ok Paul, ill just eat fruit if I get a craving for something special, had a diet coke today, and was so energetic (caffeine) then really tired, damn I hate caffeine, and your right, full of loads of chemicals, eww


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