May 2007 Issue

How to Squeeze the Most Nutrition Out of Your Juice

Health experts agree that eating lots of fruits and vegetables is key to lowering your risk of heart disease and certain cancers. But what about juice? While it counts toward your nine servings a day of fruits and vegetables, juice doesn’t offer all the benefits of whole produce. EN weighs the pros and cons.

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