COMMENT [780]

Lets take a look at sugar being processed and all that good stuff and lets separate “processed” from “artificial” in this session. See, me or anyone solely taking a piece of fruit and then grinding it up and placing it inside of a bottle and then consuming it, does not make the fruit or vegetable “artificial” just because it is manually “processed” and was clearly grinded-up or crushed since, sooner or later, everything that you eat, gets broken down into mushy liquid and absorbed into the body where it is then mixed with a whole lot of other things, which ultimately helps the things that you eat formulate and make other kinds of chemical reactions and so on. So adding water to a grinded up fruit and consuming it as juice, does not make it any more “artificial” than when the same crushed-up fruit, that you chewed-up, is mixed with a ton of water that is in your stomach that you drank before you ate the fruit. As processed as the fruit may have been, there was nothing that was added to it that changed its chemical composition from being natural elements that came from a fruit — something solely being processed does not make it “artificial”.

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  1. Oooh, interesting take! I love guava juice haha so I can only hope they don’t mix stuff into it!! It is too difficult to make :(

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    1. Hi, thanks for your lovely contribution; i had some technical interruptions but things have stablized (for give me, i’m dealing with a series of technical faults originating from a recent hurricane system 🀣🀣)

      Guava juice is very delightful indeed, i have tasted it on a couple of occasions and never get tired of it hahaha

      It’s definitely tricky to make; you are often tempted to just buyit from the shop/store 🀣🀣

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      1. Yes I do buy it, because must must have!

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        1. hahaha i concur, it’s practically one of life’s essentials πŸ’―πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜‚

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          1. Now we are talking!!!!

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            1. πŸ˜‚ exactly; cheers πŸ™πŸ˜‡

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  2. Taking the fruit, grinding it up, adding water and artificial sweeteners (which many juices do) does make it capable of being labelled artificial, as it’s not β€œpure”.

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    1. Haha you are correct. if you add anything “artificial” into a product, it’s certainly going to be alot less unnatural than stuff with no “artificial ingredients”. But the sole process of “adding” or “mixing” stuff together with other stuff does not make it “artificial”.

      Cutting up a variety of fruits and putting them in a bowl/cup/bottle, does not make the fruits artificial just because they were not in that manner originally.

      It’s the same thing with the juice from a fruit that’s placed in a bottle or a miture of fruit juices combined, or any aspect of a fruit/fruits, these “processes” or “methods” of distribution and “combinations”, do not make these properties of the fruits suddenly become artificial or not nature produced in origin.

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      1. I did not say they did. You can mix 500 fruit juices together and it’s still natural. It’s when you add artificial sweetener or artificial flavoring to it that it becomes unnatural.

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        1. indeed πŸ‘πŸ˜‚; when you add artificial thing to a product the nature of the product becomes artificial, but because something is “processed” (mixed, blended, grated; for example), dooeesn’t automatically mean that its contents is “artificial” which is what my main post and point is about πŸ’™πŸ˜‚πŸ€Ÿ

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            1. You bowed out gracefully🀭😝🀣.

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              1. Honestly, my brain isn’t in the mood for a debate today so there’s no reason to get into it. So take your win happily and appreciatively and all will be well in the world πŸ™

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                1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ ok i’ll go along with the mood for now, but you don’t ease off so easily, so i’m sensing a very strong spoke in my wheels incoming hahaa

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                  1. Nah, I’m just overly tired which lets you off the hook for right now #LOL

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                    1. “Nah, I’m just overly tired which lets you off the hook for right now #LOL”

                      Of course, if you’re going to “prove” me wrong, you’re going to have to put inbsome “effort” which in most cases will be a monumental task and that even if i’m wrong in the first place which is a big if πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜

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                    2. πŸ‘πŸ™πŸ»

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                    3. πŸ‘πŸ‘ŒπŸ€ŸπŸ€©

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