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Low Sodium V8 and Fruit2Day

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by WorldofWarcraft, Sep 14, 2010.

  1. WorldofWarcraft

    WorldofWarcraft Holy Paladin Banned

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    Anyone try these? What's your opinion on them?

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    I like low sodium V8 and I drink quite a bit of it. Motts Low Sodium Garden Cocktail is fucking nasty though. DO NOT buy it.

    Haven't tried the fruit 2 day stuff.
     
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    yeah, Fruit2Day claims it's `100% fruit blended. It'd make it easier to just grab it from the fridge and drink than having to mess with a juicer.
     
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    I just like having the V8 to get an extra couple of servings of veggies here and there.

    You could add Greens+ to the mix as well. Might end up being a little more cost effective depending on how much of that Fruit2Day you consume.
     
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    Naked is my favorite brand of fruit juice. Kinda pricey though
     
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    v8 has too much salt to drink much regularly. v8 low sodium tastes like shit.

    I think the only viable option is v8 v-plus low sodium.

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    I agree that the full sodium goodness of regular V8 is the tops but I actually have gotten quite used to the low sodium version and look forward to drinking it.

    The Motts low sodium is pure ass.
     
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    I think low sodium V8 tastes pretty good. But taste is subjective. I eat almost no veggies and fruits. Low sodium V8 and Fruit2Day will have to do in my diet.

    Now I gotta find a substitute for milk. Besides on my cereal, I do not drink milk.
     
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    Alternatively, you could just fix your diet...you're looking for a shortcut which doesn't really exist.
     
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    Regular V8 rocks. Sweat more, that should fix the sodium issue.
     
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    I'm actually considering just buying a really powerful blender and blending my own fruit/vegetable cocktails. I'm talking about a juicer(because those remove the pulp). I Montel pimping some industrial strength blender on TV the other day.

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    Seems like a slightly cheaper alternative to the Vitamix.
     
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    Edit. That Montel blender has some very crappy reviews on amazon so it looks like the extra cash on a vitamix is well worth it.
     

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