by Jaime M

I like having juices without pulp. Is there is a significant loss of nutrition when you don’t have pulp?


Joanne Perez, MS, RDN, LD

The one thing that you lose out on when you remove the pulp is the fiber. Fiber is important for weight management, blood sugar control and decreasing your risk for certain cancers. If you don’t like the pulp, just make sure that you get your fiber from other sources such as whole grains, vegetables and whole pieces of fruit.

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