Naked Green Machine Juice Smoothie (450ml) was £2.45 now £1.50 @ Sainsbury's
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Naked Green Machine Juice Smoothie (450ml) was £2.45 now £1.50 @ Sainsbury's

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Found 30th Aug 2017Edited by:"rubberbullets"
Naked Green Machine Juice Smoothie (450ml) was £2.45 now £1.50

Description

A Blend of 5 Juices and Purées with Botanical Extracts

A pound of fruit in every bottle

Not from concentrate

Green Machine®

Turbo-charged garden o' goodness
We know it looks intimidating, but don't judge a smoothie by its colour. It actually tastes good. No really, we're serious. It's got an arsenal of 5 supercool ingredients
and is packed with vitamins A & C. Vitamin C contributes to antioxidant activity in the cells (to help protect them from damaging oxidative stress). So, go for it. And let the pink and orange smoothie drinkers of the world cower at your smoothie prowess. Enjoy as part of a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

The Fruit Inside: 3 1/3 Apples, 1 Banana, 1/3 Kiwi, 1/3 Mango, 1 slice Pineapple
The Green in the Machine***: Spirulina 1399 mg, Chlorella 476 mg, Spinach 151 mg, Blue Green Algae 52 mg, Ginger 52 mg
***per bottle


No Added Sugar**
**Contains naturally occurring sugars from juice.

Naked Blue Machine Juice Smoothie (450ml) was £2.45 now £1.50

Description

A Blend of 4 Fruit Juices and Purées with Vitamins


A pound of fruit in every bottle

Not from concentrate

Blue Machine.

Superfood Blueberry Boost
Don't retreat under the covers with a slab of rocky road, instead try the refreshing taste of blueberries combined with a big lively load of vitamins B3, B5, B6 and B12 with vitamin C. Vitamin B12 contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system. Enjoy as part of a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

The Fruit Inside: 74 Blueberries, 5 Blackberries, 3 1/3 Apples, 1 2/3 Bananas
The Boost Inside: Niacin, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin E


No Added Sugar**
**Contains naturally occurring sugars from juice.

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Full of natural sugar. Diabetes and other sugar related disease risk. Better eat fresh fruit with fibre instead of fruit juice and smoothies full of sugar like this one.
sam_of_london22 m ago

Full of natural sugar. Diabetes and other sugar related disease risk. …Full of natural sugar. Diabetes and other sugar related disease risk. Better eat fresh fruit with fibre instead of fruit juice and smoothies full of sugar like this one.


Fresh fruit - good joke. Do You know how old are fruits from supermarket and how many time they spent in freezer? Maybe we sould not eat butter and eggs because of cholesterol?
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sam_of_london26 m ago

Full of natural sugar. Diabetes and other sugar related disease risk. …Full of natural sugar. Diabetes and other sugar related disease risk. Better eat fresh fruit with fibre instead of fruit juice and smoothies full of sugar like this one.



Sorry "sam-of-london" but these drinks have No Added Sugar** and **Contain naturally occurring sugars from juice.
havoc66621 m ago

Fresh fruit - good joke. Do You know how old are fruits from supermarket …Fresh fruit - good joke. Do You know how old are fruits from supermarket and how many time they spent in freezer? Maybe we sould not eat butter and eggs because of cholesterol?

At least it has all the fiber intact. You cannot eat 10 apples in one go but can easily drink sugar of 10 apples in one go. That is why the sugar content of these smoothies is much more than the fruits they are made of . These are nothing more than concentrated sugar solutions.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 30th Aug 2017
I don't think Sam is implying there is any added sugar, just that it is better to eat the whole fruit not just the juice.

As a diabetic myself, I am always reading packaging for sugar content, and many fruit juices which the marketing implies is healthy typically have high sugar levels - IMHO greater than 10% - even when no sugar is added.

Sadly, bananas are 20% sugar, I used to love then particularly when greenish yellow. No I limit myself to the occasional banana as a treat.
rubberbullets17 m ago

Sorry "sam-of-london" but these drinks have No Added Sugar** and **Contain …Sorry "sam-of-london" but these drinks have No Added Sugar** and **Contain naturally occurring sugars from juice.

Most added sugar comes from natural sources as well. Sugar in high concentration wherever it comes from is bad for health. Much better to eat fruits with full fibre than these concentrated sugar drinks made from naturally occurring sugar.
pushkin9998 m ago

I don't think Sam is implying there is any added sugar, just that it is …I don't think Sam is implying there is any added sugar, just that it is better to eat the whole fruit not just the juice.As a diabetic myself, I am always reading packaging for sugar content, and many fruit juices which the marketing implies is healthy typically have high sugar levels - IMHO greater than 10% - even when no sugar is added.Sadly, bananas are 20% sugar, I used to love then particularly when greenish yellow. No I limit myself to the occasional banana as a treat.

Diabetics are told to avoid fruits with high sugar/ carbohydrate content like bananas . Plus this will have sugar of many bananas not just one. Drink one and test your sugar level if you don't believe me.
sam_of_london16 m ago

Diabetics are told to avoid fruits with high sugar/ carbohydrate content …Diabetics are told to avoid fruits with high sugar/ carbohydrate content like bananas . Plus this will have sugar of many bananas not just one. Drink one and test your sugar level if you don't believe me.


Sam, I agree with what you say. Its the reason I only have the occasional banana as a treat, and if buying fruit/veg drinks I check the sugar content carefully.
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pushkin9991 h, 20 m ago

Sam, I agree with what you say. Its the reason I only have the occasional …Sam, I agree with what you say. Its the reason I only have the occasional banana as a treat, and if buying fruit/veg drinks I check the sugar content carefully.



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