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SF Juice

#1
Ive been having a look at the juice i have at home and this is it...

http://groceries.asda.com/asda-estore/catalog/sectionpagecontainer.jsp?departmentid=1214921923747

Can I have this? :confused:

I barely put enough in to fully change the colour of the water, but just enough to taste it, as i am struggling to drink plain water, as I dont have it on hand, icy cold all day, and it makes me gag if its slightly warm...

But I can tollerate this in my water.

K xx
 
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#2
I am with you, I can't drink plain water, so I mix a cup of vanilla tea or peach tea in my water bottle and drink it all day, I really like it! Vanilla also takes away my sugar craving.. I tried all kind of tea (ginger, lemon, green tea.. you name it) but these 2 are my favorite..
I wouldn't use the juice..
 

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** Chief WITCH **
#3
You'll need to type up the nutritional info cos the link has expired.

"Juice" doesn't sound Dukan friendly
 
#5
Use 1/2 as much No artificial colours or flavours Suitable for vegetarians No added sugar apple, strawberry and raspberry squash with sweeteners and Vitamin C, dilute to taste. Contains naturally occurring sugars Compared to added sugars, natural sugars are more valuable part of a varied, balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Ingredients


Water , Fruit Juices from Concentrate (20%) [Apple, Strawberry, Raspberry] , Citric Acid , Malic Acid , Natural Flavourings , Acidity Regulator (Sodium Citrates) , Sweeteners (Acesulfame K, Sucralose) , Preservatives (Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Metabisulphite) , Colour (Anthocyanins) , Vitamin C .
Other information



Dietary Information

Suitable for Vegetarians. No Added Salt.

Allergy Advice

Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites.

Additives

Contains Artificial Colours. Contains Artificial Flavours.

Storage

Store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.

Packaging

Plastic Bottle
Nutritional Values


Typical values(diluted) per 100ml/250ml
Energy6kJ/1kcal 16kJ/b4kcal
ProteinTrace Trace
Carbohydrate0.2g 0.5g
of which sugars0.2g 0.5g
Fat Trace Trace
of which saturatesTrace Trace
Fibre Trace Trace
Sodium0.01g 0.03g
equivalent as salt Trace 0.1g
Vitamin C5.4mg (7% RDA) 13.6mg

(17% RDA)RDA means recommended daily allowance



Sorry I didnt realise the link wouldnt work, Above is the Information off the website anyway. It doesnt seem to be bothering me, caught a sniff of my wee this morning and its very sweet... and i had 1.5 litres of it last night.

K xx
 
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#7
Does it say 4cal per 250ml? If you're using less than the recommended serving to make it around 1-2cal per 250ml, surely this is ok? Re-reading the book Dr Dukan says '1 cal per glass', though I'm not sure what he classes a glass? I've been drinking flavoured water as it's 1cal per 100ml, but am now wondering if this is even ok...
 
#9
Cheryl, yes it does say 4cal per 250ml
and I dont use what the reccommended serving is, just enough to taste which is about 10ml of juice less than what is stated as a serving.

Surely the juice is the same as drinking the volvic water or crystal clear juices?!?!?

I generally only have it late afternoon early evening as by this point ive drank a couple of litres of plain water and just had enough, so i like to flavour it.

Mouse, I am aware the book says no fruit or fruit juice, but it does give guidelines on drinks, I just thought that I am using less than what is a reccommended dose and it comes under what the book reccommends for drinks

K xx
 

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** Chief WITCH **
#11
Fruit is kind of banned with this diet ;)
 


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