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Barbara Bradley Bolen, Ph.D.

Juicing for IBS

By June 12, 2013

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A few weeks ago, I blogged about a movie I enjoyed that discussed the relationship between diet and health (Great Movie: "Hungry for Change"). Part of the movie discusses a fellow named Joe Cross who has his own documentary regarding his experience with a 60 day juice fast. The issue of juicing piqued my interest regarding IBS. If you juice up a bunch of vegetables and fruits, will that make it easier or harder for the digestive system to handle? I took a look into the topic of juicing for IBS. Here is what I found:

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June 22, 2013 at 7:47 am
(1) David says:

Thanks for great information! I’m also a big fun of juicing. In my opinion, a big disadvantage of juicing is that we get much sugar with juice and lose that fibers existed in fruits and vegetables. That’s why I try to mix juicing with blending or sometimes add this juice pulp back to the juice.

June 22, 2013 at 9:21 am
(2) Dr. Bolen says:

Thanks, David, for sharing your experience. Because research is seemingly non-existent, we can only learn from one another!

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