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KRISTEN_SAYS SparkPoints: (73,366)
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12/6/12 9:05 P

I'm sure there is weight loss, but that's only because you're practically starving yourself. Any weight you lose will be gained back very quickly once you're off the juice diet.

TACDGB Posts: 6,131
12/6/12 8:44 P

drinking your calories is not a good thing in my book. I don't even drink juice in general. Those are just wasted calories.

DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 26,623
12/6/12 7:56 P

Sparkpeople does not approve or endorse the use of a "juicing diet". It is not an appropriate weight loss technique. It would not provide the nutrients your body needs, it would probably be too low in calories; and it does not help you learn behavoirs to achieve and maintain weight loss.

A juice diet used for a short time period will probably not be dangerous to a healthy adult, but it would not be considered a healthy weight loss technique either.

SP Dietitian Becky

NMERCED93 SparkPoints: (48)
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12/6/12 5:39 P

Anybody strictly on a juicing diet? Is there any weight loss with it??

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