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KRISTEN_SAYS SparkPoints: (73,906)
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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.

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TACDGB Posts: 6,136
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.

Terri
DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 27,105
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??

Michael&&Neomi=Cain&&Desmon
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