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Are juices from concentrate bad for your body?


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2009-07-23 19:57:27
2009-07-23 19:57:27

No worse than juice not-from-concentrate. To concentrate a juice, you are only removing some of the water from it. When you later "make" the juice, you add water back to it.

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