ekaitz wrote:Would it be feasible to use fresh orange juice (strained), or even blueberry juice instead of water in the liposome recipe? Why use water if you can use these?
pamojja wrote:I wouldn't risk. Liposomes supposedly deliver nutrients direct in to the cell. Also the herbicides, pesticides, fungicides - or if you're lucky and it's 100% organic - fungal, viral or bacterial infections. Not to talk about uncounted phytonutrients not even known but present in any natural food.
zarfas wrote:dont use OJ
dont even drink it
http://www.cracked.com/article_19433_th ... g-you.html
Ever wonder why every carton of natural, healthy, 100 percent, not-from-concentrate orange juice manages to taste exactly the same, yet ever so slightly different depending on the brand, despite containing no additives or preservatives whatsoever?
The process indeed starts with the oranges being squeezed, but that's the first and last normal step in the process. The juice is then immediately sealed in giant holding tanks and all the oxygen is removed. That allows the liquid to keep without spoiling for up to a year. That's why they can distribute it year-round, even when oranges aren't in seasonOH
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