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Posted by summerball78 on 3 years ago Is Naked Juice a good substitute, when you can't use a juicer?

This topic contains 6 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by CWB_Deb 3 years ago.

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  • pjdunigan

    3 years ago
    Good question? I have been on the juice fast for 3 days now and I haven't bought a juicer yet so I am drinking Naked Green Machine. I am also wondering if it is an okay alternative? It has 33 grams of carbs per 8oz serving and I am wondering if that is too much? Anyone know?
  • summerball78

    3 years ago
    I am not too concerned with the carbohydrates because it is all coming from the natural sugars in the fruit and veggies. I did notice that most Naked juices are made up of mostly fruits, so that is something to keep in mind. I have found some other juices that give me the vegetables that I need. I am just curious whether or not anyone has been successful doing the juice fast without a juicer, and just completely consuming natural, pure, organic fruit and vegetable juice products that are out there, like Naked juice and Bolthouse Farms carrot juice.
  • Hawes

    3 years ago
    I do not know any of the particulars but i have been using some of them and mostly v8 till my juicer gets here and an 80% raw diet, I have lost 23 pounds and i feel pretty good. So it seems to work for me. I do use carrot juice in my morning smoothie from Bolthouse Farms.
  • summerball78

    3 years ago
    I just bought some Bolthouse Farms carrot juice, today. I tried it, and it's delicious. The fact that you have lost 23lbs is awesome. Congrats on that, and best wishes for continued success!
  • CWB_Deb

    3 years ago
    If you have a Whole Foods in your area, they have some fresh squeezed juices in their produce department. One of them, "Alternative Fuel" is pretty much all veggies. -Deb

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