Originally Posted by Greg Pellegrini
One guy did a test where he went on a no-fructose diet (no juice, no fruit) and measured his cholesterol, LDL, albumin, and iron levels. He then changed his diet to have 14 ounces of OJ upon waking and before bed (so 28 ounces of juice per day) for a week and then measured his numbers again.
Have you ever squeezed fresh orange juice?
28 ounces of OJ is probably a dozen oranges or more. Daily.