Okay, the gloves are coming off. Like I said in that thread, you might drink 8 oz. of real fruit juice a day, if even that, and it probably takes you all of breakfast. Now compare that to what soda addicts do. But yeah, tell me my Jesus-beverage is bad, Satan-puppy.
I am going to pray over some Granola for your soul tonight. But I don't think it will help.
#15 | Posted by HeliumRat
Ok let's compare it to soda:
"A single cup of about 248 g of unsweetened orange juice even though it may not have any added sugars already contains natural sugars. And you're likely to get, on an average, about 20.83 g of sugar in this serving size.2
A similar-sized serving of canned unsweetened orange juice has 21.81 g of sugar.3 Some organic orange juice brands listed on the USDA database had as much as 41.67 g of sugar in a 100 ml serving, while others had 33.8 g in a 100 g serving"
That's on par with what is in soda. It's a lot of sugar.