Juicing’s Health Claims Not Backed By Science
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Juicing has become one of the most popular modern health trends, boasting an ability to detox the body while boosting immunity and aiding digestion. But is juicing really better for you than eating whole fruits and vegetables? According to science, it’s probably worse. The American College of Cardiology’s Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease Council analyzed a number…

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  1. Just another fad. Easy enough to make and healthy, I suppose. In this ugly Trump world we are so busy working and striving to get by, no time for real meals.

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  2. I make mine w/the fruit and vegetables! I do not ever buy mine pre-made!!!

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  3. yes it helps-try it and you’ll know without a scientist telling you lol

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