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Is Green Juice Really Healthy? | Consumer Reports

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Heavy on the sugars and sodium, and low on veggies, some green juices are not as healthy as you think. Here's what to look for. Check out http://www.ConsumerReports.org for the latest reviews, tips, and recommendations and subscribe to our YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/1Nlb1Ez Follow Us on Social: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1IQ2w5q Twitter: http://bit.ly/1Yf5Fh2 Pinterest: http://bit.ly/1P37mM9 Instagram: http://bit.ly/1I49Bzo Vine: http://bit.ly/1Nlbkz7 Periscope: http://bit.ly/1OrsKrs Google+: http://bit.ly/1Md3gfQ
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banstaman (4 days ago)
They're pasteurized, anyway, so the nutrients are mostly gone.
1379 (7 days ago)
It seems that Consumer Reports is under the mistaken impression that we all think any juice that's green is the same. Of course you have to look at the contents of a juice, not just the color. Judging a food only by its color would be fantastically stupid.
crazy wheel (9 days ago)
Finally, a good short video with voice, no more reading, thank you
orbits2 (7 days ago)
just annoying graphics
Dolphins101 (9 days ago)
Hipsters be triggered AF
Arthur Gleizer (9 days ago)
comparing soda to juice, really guys, your reaching here.
First Last (9 days ago)
I use a blender, not a juicer. All it does is essentially chew it up for you and the pulp and fiber isn't lost. There are marginally benefits to between actually eating plants, cooking them before eating, blending or juicing. What's important is you're doing one or more of the above and basically you can pretty much guarantee whatever you make at home will be better than what is mass produced. For example if you want a pre workout you mind as well buy the ingredients separate and combine them yourself. This goes for pretty much anything.
Brentt Moore (9 days ago)
Cherry picked data. First drink has high sugar but very low sodium. Second drink as relatively high sodium, and according to the manufacturer's website, 12 grams of sugar. But that wasn't shown..... The fiber piece is about all I can get on board with.
9snaga (9 days ago)
Don't juice, blend. Keep all the fibre and other goodness.
Just Me (9 days ago)
So... should he choose the green stuff or the soda?
Peter Briganti (9 days ago)
In a proper blender put a small handful of spinach, couple pieces pineapple, couple of strawberries, a banana and eight ounces water. Pour into a shaker bottle and sip throughout the day. Done.
orbits2 (7 days ago)
sorry but i would die of starvation
u mother pancit! (10 days ago)
You dont drink the whole thing at once just 8 oz. I started drinking this on 2013 and noticed my body acne has gone down and my hair got thicker within 3 months drinking it. Its no wonder drug but it helps since noone has time eating all that vegetable and fruits
badgernikes (10 days ago)
Make your own green juice y buy
Sam Castevens (10 days ago)
So, a Coke is better for you than green juice?
Dennis Dowd (10 days ago)
Yes, I see this so many times. And truly it is that simple, read the label!🤔 Thanks!
Poop Scoop (10 days ago)
Just drink your fluoride and stay away from the green juice.
Justin (10 days ago)
It heals bullet wounds in GTA Online.
Larry David (10 days ago)
I am glad to share this info . I am diabetic , so I knew that those juices that cost so much were just another marketing scheme to fool consumers .Because I have to be mindful of my sugar intake. The food along the outer edge was said to be a safe bet for consumers. Thanks Consumer Reports. I have had the pleasure of getting the knowledge to help me in world full of bad bargins and products concocted by marketing exces Thanks CR.
roger morris (10 days ago)
Yeah right, drink coke instead genius
Ziv Zulander (10 days ago)
You point out 300mg of sodium, but right below that it shows 1195mg potassium. That's going to negate the impact of the sodium. 300mg isn't all that much, either, for normal people without hypertension, especially if you are drinking juice as a meal replacement, are physically active and keep hydrated, or don't consume a lot of sodium otherwise.

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