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Juicing & Sugars
Posted by: Santosha ()
Date: March 25, 2016 03:09AM

Recently a co-worker had gastric bi-pass surgery. We were chatting a bit about food portions and the like and I mentioned juicing. He said that he can't juice because of the sugars. Can anyone tell me what that means? We had customers come in and the conversation ended before I could ask him.
There is a chance he is diabetic but I don't know for certain. What considerations need to be taken into account regarding sugars when one is a juicer?

To be clear, I did scroll back a bit to see if this subject had already been discussed and didn't see anything. If I didn't go back far enough, my apologies if this has already been addressed.

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Re: Juicing & Sugars
Posted by: Santosha ()
Date: March 26, 2016 01:51PM

So....this is more about juicers...which ones are the best and so forth.

Hmmm...my juicer is fine, it works. I am just grateful that I have one.
Woo Hoo! Go Juicers!

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Re: Juicing & Sugars
Date: October 16, 2016 07:46PM

Unless he has diabetes fruit and vegetables are healthy sugars that provide energy the brain needs. If they are raw and fresh theyll have all the enzymes you need to be healthy with the sugars. some people think dibetes isn't caused by sugar, just by bad fats disrupting how the body handels sugars.

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