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THE 8  UNHEALTHIEST JUICES ON GROCERY STORE SHELVES 

Bolthouse Farms' Green Goodess

"While Bolthouse Farms' Green Goodess may seem like a nutritious choice with its blend of spinach, kale, and spirulina, a closer look at its nutritional profile reveals a significant problem,"

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An 8-ounce serving of this juice contains about 50% of your daily value for vitamin C. Aside from that, though, this beverage offers almost no nutritional benefits—and a number of drawbacks.

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PUR Cold Pressed Turmeric Lemonade

The PUR Cold Pressed Turmeric Lemonade juice may sound like a healthy choice containing anti-inflammatory turmeric, but with 30 grams of added sugar in a 16-ounce serving, that is far from something that will reduce inflammation.

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Naked Blue Machine Juice

"While many of them contain fruits and vegetables, some of them [such as the Blue Machine flavor] contain 50 grams of sugar or more,"

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Langers Mango Nectar

In addition to avoiding the health halo claims noted above, you'll also want to take a second look at any juice labeled as "GMO-free" or claiming to have "no high fructose corn syrup,"

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Tropicana Caribbean Sunset

That also translates to 21 grams of carbohydrates, which is about the equivalent of two slices of wheat bread.

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Simply Fruit Punch

Across the board, dietitians agree that fruit punches should generally be avoided. That's because they're usually sugar bombs, and contain very little actual fruit juice.

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