Is the sugar found in fruit juices natural or processed sugar?

Juices. It can be either. See how sugar was added to the juice by reading nutritional labels.
Read the label. If the label says no sugar added and 100% natural juice, then it is natural sugar. Otherwise, all other writings indicate added sugar and preservatives to make juices more appealing, thus better business for juice makers. Choose wisely. Eat healthy, exercise regularly and see doc for preventive care. Good luck.

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I suffer from awful halitosis after consuming even a small amount of sugar (even natural sugars in fruit juices). What can I do?

Bad breath. Great question. Maybe hoe you metabolize those sugars but sometimes its a sign of acid reflux. Aside from drinking more fluids, checking your teeth as a source, you can take an OTC antacid as directed for two weeks and see if there is any difference. Read more...
Halitosis. Halitosis can result from: acid reflux, decayed teeth, infected gums, infections or diseases of the mouth and throat, poor oral hygiene, diet, stomach or intestinal issues. Make an appointment with your dentist for a thorough exam, dental cleaning, and oral hygiene instructions. If there are no dental issues, see your medical doctor for an examination. Read more...

What are some fruit juices that have no sugars?

Fruit has sugar. All the fruits have sugars naturally. Look at the label and make your choices. Some juices have extra sugars added. Also try the free application. Read more...
None! All juice contains sugar. Please look at the label. Most of the components of juice is sugar. When the label says, "no added sugar" it is really a food industry trick since juice is sugar. Yours is a great question! Read more...

Is fruit juices with out any kind of sugars still consider bad?

No such thing. Fruit juices are all 100% sugar. The one's you are mentioning have no added sugar, but still are Fructose, which is the exact same thing as sugar. Read more...

Is sugar really all that bad for you? I drink a lot of fruit juices and caffeinated drinks with sugar in them. I am on 20 mg zyprexa.

Sugar. is an addictive neuro-toxin. So, it is bad for us. If you avoid it, eventually your body won't think you need it, same a the process of detoxing from drugs. If you would like a sweetener consider using a natural powder made from a root called Stevia. Please avoid artificial sweeteners which are also bad for the brain and toxic. Peace and good health. Chemical sweeteners are in diet soda, Read more...