Pasteurized Fruit Juice
One of the main problems regarding fruit juice is that one glass of it contains much more fruit than you’d be able to get if you ate them. And all that fruit contains sugar that can amount to a meal’s worth of calories pretty quickly. But you probably don’t — and definitely shouldn’t — chug a glass of OJ and call that a meal. Juice is devoid of the filling fiber found in fruit, protein, and fat — so it’s terribly unbalanced.
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Thanks for the tip! i only drink 2 to 3 oz a day with my high blood pressure med..
i should have told you its the OJ that i drink with my high blood med.
i only drink lactaid miik now and then.
It is so nice to read an articles and realize I have given up the foods to avoid already.
Thanks for letting us know !!!!!!!!!!!!
Might as well just stop living as I drink all of those
We could drink almonds milk or soya milk instead cow milk?
Thanks for your comments.
SOUNDS TO ME….there is not a lot of good anything to drink…so I will just say thanks for the INFO! and I will carry on my journey to dehydration….just kidding I for sure do not drink a lot of those things BUT THEN THERE SOME I DO….oh well…
Switched to organic and drink very little of the liquids in question YEARS ago! We notice a marked difference in organic and processed.
Avoid aspartame/neotame,Sucralose and saccharin always. Sodium cyclamate was banned by FDA and un-banned later – never made it back on the market though.