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If you like to juice, include more vegetables, limit yourself to just one serving a day, and remember to eat whole fruits and veggies as well. Be sure to wash all produce thoroughly and drink the juice the day itís made: harmful bacteria can grow quickly in fresh squeezed juice, and the longer it sits, the more nutrients it will lose. And, if youíre going to drink your veggies, reuse the pulp (see box) to get all the benefits fiber-filled produce has to offer.

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