Best store to buy produce from?
Right now, I just buy from the Walmart produce section, but if there's a better place, please let me know.
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0xffff wrote: ↑Sep 27th, 2010 8:51 amMore concentrated sugar (fructose), almost no dietary fibre... which means you'll stay hungry and not feel as full.
Also there are concerns about less calories resulting in reduced metabolism over time (and reduced lean muscle mass) which means when you finish the diet, you'll put any lost weight right back on, assuming you don't permanently adjust your lifestyle.
If you're just doing it to be healthy or to cleanse, consider eating a cheeseburger. Lots of iron and essential minerals in there. SKip the fries and soda.
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The Problem with that line of reasoning is you only get out of a juicer the quality you put in !!gh05t wrote: ↑Sep 27th, 2010 5:09 pmDo you really need the best produce for juicing though? I was thinking stores that have the shelf of expired fruit on the shelf at the back of the store would be cheapest but won't always have what you need or salvageable non rotten stuff. Supermarkets usually have the local "seconds" apples in 10lb bags now for cheap.
Someone said in another thread you could buy from the food terminal directly at wholesale prices by paying a $5 fee.
Maybe contact one of those Fruit wholesalers like those Eyetalian guys with the big white trucks that deliver fruits to places like edible arrangements. A.J.Lanzarotta I think.
Flea markets,Asian stores and off course China town.