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Krippler1034
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2006/07/12 22:04:23 (permalink)
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Fruit

So I know that in almost every diet that I've seen fruit is a required part in it. I was wondering however if it is possible to replace solid fruit with 100% fruit juice. Would I lose any of the benefits? I'm inquiring about this because I cannot stand the texture of almost all fruits and it keeps me away from eating them. Thanks a lot.
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    dirtyvest
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    RE: Fruit 2006/07/12 22:07:51 (permalink)
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    You would be missing out on fibre. I might also question the vit and mins left when processed and stored for the time that it is by the time you drink it. OK as part of a diet but not idea IMHO as a reliance for micronurient intake.

    Be sure it is juice from concentrate rather than 'juice drinks' with aded sugar etc etc.

    Is there really no fruit you can eat? What about veggies?
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    RE: Fruit 2006/07/12 22:14:55 (permalink)
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    I eat veggies at every meal that I possibly can. But the only fruits that I was actually able to tolerate I became allergice to (melons) so that put a damper on things. And I was only thinking about getting the juice which is 100% juice with no added sugar. As for fiber I get that in the cereal and other bread products that I eat and I'm beginning to take a Vitamin C pill every day.
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    RE: Fruit 2006/07/12 22:18:09 (permalink)
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    Definitely not, you lose loads of the goodness from juicing. Smoothies are fine though
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