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Posted by: Ella | 2010/11/25

Juicing

How healthy is juicing and can you live without carbs etc.

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Dear Ella
If you make juice from fresh fruits and vegetables and drink the juice immediately without storing it, then this is a very healthy option. Storing fruits and vegetables that have been very finely cut up during the liquidising process can lead to considerable losses of nutrients (e.g. vit C is reduced by exposure to oxygen). I do not believe that human beings can live without carbohydrates. Read this week's DietDoc Topic about carbohydrates to obtain answers to this question. Click on 'Diet'nFood' at the top of this page and read the main article.
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Posted by: DietDoc | 2010/11/25

Dear Ella
If you make juice from fresh fruits and vegetables and drink the juice immediately without storing it, then this is a very healthy option. Storing fruits and vegetables that have been very finely cut up during the liquidising process can lead to considerable losses of nutrients (e.g. vit C is reduced by exposure to oxygen). I do not believe that human beings can live without carbohydrates. Read this week's DietDoc Topic about carbohydrates to obtain answers to this question. Click on 'Diet'nFood' at the top of this page and read the main article.
Best regards
DietDoc

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