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    May 06, 2009


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    Fresh vegetables are indeed extremely good for our health. I found this posting on Dr. Clyde's VEGGIE SHAKE really interesting.


    I'm on an extremely restrictive allergy diet and want to try to make some raw smoothies to pack in a large dose of calories in the morning. If my stomach is already sensitive, is there any potential issue I may come across with trying to digest raw shakes?


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    Vegetables are very beneficial for heath. Indeed we need to have a substantial amount of vegetables everyday in our regular diet. :)

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    Awesome! I'm going to make this! (And show this to everyone I know so that they too can know the taste of "raw health.")

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