July 2003 Issue
Juices: Full Of Phytonutrients, But You Can Get Too Much Of A Good Thing
To help protect against chronic diseases likes cancer, obesity, diabetes and heart disease, we’ve been encouraged to eat five or more servings of fruits and vegetables daily. This goal, while seemingly simple, is one that many find difficult to achieve. In the quest for 5 A Day, we often turn to juice. Is that a good thing? Yes and no.
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