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Should I drink juices to increase my fruit and veggie intake?

No. The health and weight-reducing benefits of vegetables and fruit come from eating them, not drinking them. If you like juices, enjoy them as an occasional treat, in the same way that you'd enjoy fun foods. The rest of the time, eat your vegetables and fruit.

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