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From: Dr. Doug Graham (
Subject:         Re: Kale juice?
Date: January 4, 2013 at 7:42 am PST

In Reply to: Kale juice? posted by Bronwyn on January 3, 2013 at 10:52 pm:

No, they wouldn't be the exception. Nutrients are invariably lost in the juicing process, and I don't mean solely those that are filtered out of the juice. Oxidative damage invariably occurs when juicing. From what I've seen, this results in an overall neutralization of the "benefits" of juicing, making it no better than, and often worse than, simply eating whole foods, in terms of nutrition.

Again, however, I just don't think this entire obsession with nutrition is on the mark when it comes to building health. Such focus is essentially similar to juggling seven balls, each a different color, but only paying attention to the red ball. What happens? You drop at least one of the others, or all of them come crashing down.

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