What science tells us

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A 2010 analysis of NHANES (1999-2004), published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, examined the association between 100% fruit juice consumption and the odds of obesity and metabolic syndrome amongst adults. It found that: “compared with non-consumers, those who consumed 100% fruit juice were leaner, were more insulin sensitive, and had lower odds of obesity and metabolic syndrome”

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Diabetes and fruit juice

Several observational studies have even shown a specific link between high fruit and vegetable intake and a reduced risk of Type 2 Diabetes.

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Dental Health

It’s not only what people eat but when they eat that can affect their dental health. It is important to eat a balanced diet and limit between-meal snacks. Foods that are eaten as part of a meal cause less harm to teeth than snacking throughout the day, because more saliva is released during a meal, helping to lessen the effects of acids in your mouth.

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