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3 Sneaky Ways So Called ‘Healthy’ Juice Is Fattening You Up…

By Rob Poulos...

You can imagine I get a lot of questions from readers, pals,
and even family about whether or not something is good for
phat loss, maintaining a lean body or just plain healthy…

And it’s interesting but I hardly ever get asked about

After all, 100 percent fruit juice seems like it should be
healthy, right?

It’s a ‘no brainer’… or is it?

I mean, it’s from real fruit…full of antioxidants and
other great stuff from mother nature herself.

Even that old salty fitness trainer who pulls tugboats with
his choppers has been telling us to ‘juice it’ for years.

But there’s another side to fruit juice that’s VERY
UNHEALTHY, and can actually sabotage your ability to get or
stay lean.

And, no, I’m not talking about KoolAid and other junk like
that with 5% juice…this is the 100% juice we’re talking
about here.

(By the end of this newsletter, I’ll also explain how to
best use fruit juice in your phat loss or lean body eating

So what is the problem with juice?

Well, there are 3:

1. Juice is EXTREMELY calorie dense.  A typical orange, for
example, has about 40 calories.  A typical glass of orange
juice has around 120 calories… that’s 3 times the

2. Juice has almost NO FIBER and will spike your blood sugar
like crazy, causing FAT STORAGE.  Back to our orange… it
has about 3 grams of fiber which helps slow blood sugar
response form the 9 grams or so of sugar in it.  That glass
of O.J. has almost NO FIBER (stripped out in the juicing
process) to combat the over 23 grams of sugar.

3. Juice’s blood sugar spikes will make you hungrier…
you’ll end up eating more and more.  While the differences
between juice may seem small on a 1 to 1 comparison, keep
drinking juice and you’ll have a hard time losing phat and
keeping it off.

Now, as I said, this doesn’t mean you must cut out juice

One of the best ways I’ve found to enjoy the antioxidants
and great taste of real juice is to simply add a SPLASH of
your favorite juice to some ice cold water.

If you’re a juice drinker, try it for a few days and you’ll
find your over-sensitive taste buds will adjust faster than
you may expect.

I do this almost every day and it’s become like a special
tasty treat for Kalen and I.

If you’re trying to cut out soda (that’s a whole different
newsletter!), take the splash of juice and add it to
carbonated ice water.

Don’t forget you can also make your own fruit/vegetable
smoothies as this won’t strip out the fiber…just add some
frozen produce to a good protein source and you’re good to

Alright, so now that you know the TRUTH ABOUT JUICE, you’ve
just knocked down another MISTRUTH on how to get and stay
lean and healthy.

Now get out there and eat some real whole organic fruits and
vegetables…just as nature intended!

Here’s to getting lean, strong and healthy for life,

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