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  1. #1
    Bull Guest

    Default Re: Best juice to drink

    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    Bryan <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Mar 1, 7:50*am, clayraynolds <clayraynolds.
    > 99544a9.473...@foodbanter.com> wrote:
    > > Juice has many health benefits. Fruit juice and vegetable juice both are
    > > good to keep healthy body. These are all my favourite juice drink like
    > > :
    > > 1. Passion Fruits juice
    > > 2. Apple Juice
    > > 3. Orange Juice
    > > 4. Watermelon *Juice

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    > Juicing fruits instead of eating them whole is one reason so many
    > folks are obese.
    > >
    > > --
    > > clayraynolds

    >
    > --Bryan


    It is probably on the very lowest end of the problem. Stuffing
    everything in and way too much of it is the main problem. Being lazy
    about physical movement is the other. I juice many fruits and
    vegetables. But not daily. Green vegetable makes some of the "best for
    you" juice. Doesn't taste that great though. Carrot and coconut makes
    an awesome juice. Juice should be considered and consumed as a treat
    and shouldn't replace eating the same fruit and vegetables. Thoughtful
    and knowledgeable consumption along with exercise produce results as
    well as allowing one to maintain a consistent weight. This stuff is
    actually pretty basic and fairly easy but so many struggle with it all.

    BULL

  2. #2
    Bryan Guest

    Default Re: Best juice to drink

    On Mar 1, 9:31*am, Bull <bul...@gluemail.net> wrote:
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    > *Bryan <bryangsimm...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > > On Mar 1, 7:50*am, clayraynolds <clayraynolds.
    > > 99544a9.473...@foodbanter.com> wrote:
    > > > Juice has many health benefits. Fruit juice and vegetable juice both are
    > > > good to keep healthy body. These are all my favourite juice drink like
    > > > :
    > > > 1. Passion Fruits juice
    > > > 2. Apple Juice
    > > > 3. Orange Juice
    > > > 4. Watermelon *Juice

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    > > Juicing fruits instead of eating them whole is one reason so many
    > > folks are obese.

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    > > > --
    > > > clayraynolds

    >
    > > --Bryan

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    > It is probably on the very lowest end of the problem. *Stuffing
    > everything in and way too much of it is the main problem. *Being lazy
    > about physical movement is the other. *I juice many fruits and
    > vegetables. *But not daily. *Green vegetable makes some of the "best for
    > you" juice. *Doesn't taste that great though. *Carrot and coconut makes
    > an awesome juice. *Juice should be considered and consumed as a treat
    > and shouldn't replace eating the same fruit and vegetables. *Thoughtful
    > and knowledgeable consumption along with exercise produce results as
    > well as allowing one to maintain a consistent weight. *This stuff is
    > actually pretty basic and fairly easy but so many struggle with it all.


    Juicing green veggies, carrots, coconut and things like tomatoes
    aren't the problem. It's stuff like orange juice, which I'm guilty of
    making. My wife and son are very thin. I make them OJ, then I get
    the fiber left over in the basket of the juicer, and inside the
    peels. If my son had any visible fat on him, I wouldn't do that. His
    pediatrician told us, "No juice," when he was a baby. I'm pretty sure
    if we'd asked her, "What about V-8?" she'd have said that was OK.
    >
    > BULL


    --Bryan

  3. #3
    gregz Guest

    Default Re: Best juice to drink

    Bryan <[email protected]> wrote:
    > On Mar 1, 9:31 am, Bull <bul...@gluemail.net> wrote:
    >> In article
    >> <99cfdbc3-0e1b-4429-b018-0e13b7ca1...@p6g2000yqi.googlegroups.com>,
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    >> Bryan <bryangsimm...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >>> On Mar 1, 7:50 am, clayraynolds <clayraynolds.
    >>> 99544a9.473...@foodbanter.com> wrote:
    >>>> Juice has many health benefits. Fruit juice and vegetable juice both are
    >>>> good to keep healthy body. These are all my favourite juice drink like
    >>>> :
    >>>> 1. Passion Fruits juice
    >>>> 2. Apple Juice
    >>>> 3. Orange Juice
    >>>> 4. Watermelon Juice

    >>
    >>> Juicing fruits instead of eating them whole is one reason so many
    >>> folks are obese.

    >>
    >>>> --
    >>>> clayraynolds

    >>
    >>> --Bryan

    >>
    >> It is probably on the very lowest end of the problem. Stuffing
    >> everything in and way too much of it is the main problem. Being lazy
    >> about physical movement is the other. I juice many fruits and
    >> vegetables. But not daily. Green vegetable makes some of the "best for
    >> you" juice. Doesn't taste that great though. Carrot and coconut makes
    >> an awesome juice. Juice should be considered and consumed as a treat
    >> and shouldn't replace eating the same fruit and vegetables. Thoughtful
    >> and knowledgeable consumption along with exercise produce results as
    >> well as allowing one to maintain a consistent weight. This stuff is
    >> actually pretty basic and fairly easy but so many struggle with it all.

    >
    > Juicing green veggies, carrots, coconut and things like tomatoes
    > aren't the problem. It's stuff like orange juice, which I'm guilty of
    > making. My wife and son are very thin. I make them OJ, then I get
    > the fiber left over in the basket of the juicer, and inside the
    > peels. If my son had any visible fat on him, I wouldn't do that. His
    > pediatrician told us, "No juice," when he was a baby. I'm pretty sure
    > if we'd asked her, "What about V-8?" she'd have said that was OK.
    >>
    >> BULL

    >
    > --Bryan


    You have to be careful with orange juice and others, something about too
    much sugar charging the body. I had some luck juicing celery, supposed to
    be very good for you. Spinach was a problem juicing. But fresh juice rather
    than pasteurized stuff is better. I like cranberry juice, but probably has
    sugar. Tea juice ?? With lemon ??

    If you use a juicer, you can throw the pulp back in, or some. It's really
    ground up very fine. Just shake.

    Greg

  4. #4
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Best juice to drink

    gregz <[email protected]> wrote:

    > If you use a juicer, you can throw the pulp back in, or some. It's

    really
    > ground up very fine. Just shake.



    For the month of March we get Honeybelle (sp?) tangerines from Florida.
    They are so dense with juice and are the sweetest and deep orange. I'll
    juice 16 oz. every day, while the supply lasts.

    Better tasting juice, I've never tried.

    Mango juice is another thick and tasty thirst quencher in the heat of the
    summer.

    Grapefruit juice is always in the fridge. It's one food I don't mind
    overstocking.

    Pineapple juice is also good but I don't have it too often.

    V8 is OK every so often. The original not the low-sodium or other
    versions. Bottled tomato juice is also good for washing down vodka and a
    stalk of celery. A great eye opener at Sunday brunch!

    Juicing vegetables strikes me as a not-so-delicious and low yield thing
    to do.

    Andy

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