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Do you get more fiber and vitamins from fruits and veggies if you eat them whole or juiced?

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Dr. Martin Fried
General Practice
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In brief: Depends

if you juice them and dont separate the fiber from the juice, the amount will be the same.
If however, you remove the fiber while juicing, then you will have more fiber and vitamins from whole fruits and vegetables.

In brief: Depends

if you juice them and dont separate the fiber from the juice, the amount will be the same.
If however, you remove the fiber while juicing, then you will have more fiber and vitamins from whole fruits and vegetables.
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Dr. Frederick Shieh
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology

In brief: Whole

Although the vitamin content may be similar between whole and juiced fruits/veggies, there is definitely much more fiber in the whole

In brief: Whole

Although the vitamin content may be similar between whole and juiced fruits/veggies, there is definitely much more fiber in the whole
Dr. Frederick Shieh
Dr. Frederick Shieh
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