I haven't yet watched "Sick, Fat and Nearly Dead", but I did read a lot of information that the reboot website provided. My question is: What benefits does juicing provide over eating the actual food and making low cal smoothies? I have a big appetite and try to satisfy it with a lot of veggies. I also love veggies and eat all of them, raw or cooked. If I had a big salad with romaine, kale, beet greens and other typical salad veggies, would juicing provide me with a healthier meal? Won't I end up starving? If I have a smoothie throwing the same items in the blender with some water, would that be the same?
Looking forward to others opinions and experiences.
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