Comments on: The Beginner’s Guide to Clean Eating http://dailyburn.com/life/health/clean-eating-beginner-guide/ A better you, for life. Mon, 10 Aug 2015 14:20:31 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.4 By: fitnessmarketer2013 http://dailyburn.com/life/health/clean-eating-beginner-guide/#comment-71 Mon, 09 Sep 2013 06:04:34 +0000 http://dailyburn.com/life/?p=17246#comment-71 vegetables must be fresh all the time, and so as the fruits….

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By: JRANTA http://dailyburn.com/life/health/clean-eating-beginner-guide/#comment-58 Thu, 22 Aug 2013 18:08:14 +0000 http://dailyburn.com/life/?p=17246#comment-58 KDomonell JRANTA There are 47 grams of carbs (fructose primarily) in 16 oz of orange juice. There are 52 grams of carbs in a 16 oz regular Coke. We’ve been led to believe (falsely) that fruit juice is good for us. It is not, it is as bad as soda.  Dr. Lustig (doctor and researcher from UCSF) warns “Fructose is abundant in fruit. Fruit is fine but we should think twice before drinking juice or feeding it to our kids. The fiber in whole fruit contributes to a sense of fullness. Lustig says it is rare to see a child eat more than one orange, but it is common for kids to consume much more sugar and calories as orange juice.”. 
Here’s a link to that article – http://www.ucsf.edu/news/2009/06/8187/obesity-and-metabolic-syndrome-driven-fructose-sugar-diet

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By: KDomonell http://dailyburn.com/life/health/clean-eating-beginner-guide/#comment-57 Thu, 22 Aug 2013 17:50:38 +0000 http://dailyburn.com/life/?p=17246#comment-57 JRANTAAll in moderation. Sixteen ounces of fresh squeezed juice per day is A-OK, and the more pulp, the better. The important thing is that fresh squeezed doesn’t have any yucky preservatives or added sugars, like some bottled juices do.

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By: JRANTA http://dailyburn.com/life/health/clean-eating-beginner-guide/#comment-55 Thu, 22 Aug 2013 03:13:52 +0000 http://dailyburn.com/life/?p=17246#comment-55 Fruit juice is not okay, even if fresh squeezed. It’s full of sugar, and devoid of the pulp and fiber available in the fruit itself. If your advice on this is wrong, how an we trust the rest of your recommendations? JR

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