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From: Sal (24.107.133.25)
Subject:         Re: doing 801010rv with/get rid of SIBO?
Date: September 5, 2013 at 7:57 am PST

In Reply to: Re: doing 801010rv with/get rid of SIBO? posted by marie on September 5, 2013 at 6:10 am:

from Dr. Doug's foodnsport. com FAQ (Blog)
"Is it okay to juice fruits and vegetables?"

"With a few exceptions, it is preferable to consume the whole food rather than to extract part of it and drink it. Drinking fruit or carrot juice without the pulp being present to slow the absorption rate of the nutrients can spike the blood sugar and throw your blood chemistry out of balance. It is far better to consume the whole fruit. One exception is fresh-squeezed citrus fruits, since a significant portion of the pulp is generally retained with the juice. The other "exceptions" are to blend fruits such as melons, and to make smoothies out of various fruits like bananas and strawberries. Liquefying the entire fruit in a blender turns it into a juice or a thick smoothie, while keeping the entire nutritional package together. Blending whole tomato, celery and orange together makes a thick, tasty, salad dressing."


If you are going to see if The 80/10/10 Diet works, you gotta be doin' right. ;)
"It is >far better< to consume the whole fruit."

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