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How Juicing Affects Your Blood Sugar

By Ritamarie Loscalzo


This Week on Vibrant Health Solutions: July 14, 2011 11:30am PT, 12:30pm MT, 1:30pm CT, 2:30pm ET

There is a lot of power in drinking fresh pressed juice on a regular basis, but there is also a lot of confusion.

  • How will juices affect my blood sugar?
  • I’m diabetic, can I drink fresh juice?
  • Are there certain fruits and vegetables that affect my blood sugar more than others?

and so on…

Join Dr. Ritamarie as she clears up the confusion between juicing and blood sugar.

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