Ask the NutritionistPosted by WJS on 5 years ago
Following on from my last post in regards to the low calories of the juices falling well below 1200 calories. I am on occasions buying coconuts to drink the juice only from because I can't find coconut water here so was wondering if it is advisable to juice the meat.
I would imagine this would increase calories. But I don't see anywhere on the site where it used or where it says it is OK. Can someone please advice if it is a bad idea? Not only health wise but also for weight loss? Thank you.
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