Does Juicing Work for Weight Loss?

I have heard a couple of different things from different people. I know this girl from the gym and she got an Amazon juicer that she really swears by. The idea is that you make a juice out of stuff that you like and then you end up with a nutritious meal replacement that has a small number of calories, If you did it every day for one meal per day that is going to be a good thing, but of course it is only going to go so far. The way that you lose weight is to do the stuff that they tell you do at the Mayo Clinic and other places like that. It is just not that complicated, but that is also simply no fun at all. You have to burn off more than you take in, and that is going to require a lot of discipline and a lot of hard work. All of the flaky stuff that you see on the world wide wed is pretty much a bunch of nonsense.

This is probably something that makes a bit of sense so long as you figure out a way to make it so that you can stomach the stuff that you make in the juicer. If the stuff is intolerable, then you are not going to get any use from it. So you have to make the juice out of the stuff that is going to go down pleasantly and have the desired effect as well. I am just not sure that I would know how to do that or if I would like it to start with. You have to want to have it work or it is not going to have the chance to succeed. At least that is what I am thinking.

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