I have a question and I reckon this is the best place.
A POM rep came by and I was talking to her, she was telling me the benefits of drinking pomegranate juice. She's saying how it has the highest antioxidants, etc etc, but then she says something I found interesting. She says that diabetics can drink it freely. I'm thinking, really? Wow, that's great, I love how this stuff tastes. I didn't happen to check the bottle at the time but after she left I happened to look at it and it does have a substantial (to me) amount of sugar in it.
I believe pomegranate juice alone had 23-26g of sugar, the one I picked up was pomegranate cherry, which has 28g of sugar.
Did I somehow misunderstand her, can anyone give me anymore input?
I'm curious as to some of the drinks out there. Bolthouse Farms makes a bunch of drinks that are full of vitamins, and no *added* sugar, but the sugar from the fruits used just by themselves is alot. A full bottle, two servings, would have close to 60g sugar for some of the drinks. Sadly they are soooooo delicious, full of vitamins and some of them protein.
I'm attempting to figure out what I can eat and especially drink.
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