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    Hi
    I am cutting right now lost 31 pound so far in the last 3 months,i just wanted to know if its good to replace my serving a greens that i eat with my meal with a can(serving) a V8? thanks

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    I would say that it should be ok but the sodium content may be too high. That and I really don't like V8 that much myself, rather go with raw/whole veggies than a blended drink with sodium and other preservatives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tallcall View Post
    I would say that it should be ok but the sodium content may be too high. That and I really don't like V8 that much myself, rather go with raw/whole veggies than a blended drink with sodium and other preservatives.
    thanks for your reply and me too what i hate the must is the sodium content they put in.


    P.S I was thinking of getting a juicer to make my own vegetable,fruit drinks

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    Tesla drinks a ton of V8 and has not liked the low sodium one. It's so high in sodium the actual veggies are a much better choice but once in a while it's not going to hurt.

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    V8 works well in a pinch, but it doesn't really do much for the 'fullness feeling' IMO. Raw or steamed veggies for me

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    V8 is shit.
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    yea I don't think anything in a can will ever replace actual food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fufu View Post
    V8 is shit.

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    cow jism is better than v8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lightout View Post
    thanks for your reply and me too what i hate the must is the sodium content they put in.

    Yep, V8 is a sodium nightmare, IMO.....Although I bet Built adds salt to it.

    P.S I was thinking of getting a juicer to make my own vegetable,fruit drinks
    If this is something that you really feel the need to do, I'd make my own. You don't necessarily need a "juicer"..most of these are over-priced junk anyway. Just get a food processor with a juicer feature, or use a heavy duty blender, puree the heck out of your ingredients and strain 'em.

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