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Juicy news

You couldn’t help but notice the tabloid headlines last week featuring the juicy news. No, it wasn’t a press release announcing the launch of a new Tory edition of the Deal or No Deal boardgame to the public. Nor was it the news that Labour had solved their conundrum of how to climb down two sides of the Brexit fence simultaneously without doing themselves an injury. It wasn’t even speculation about whether Love Island couple Maura and Curtis would really last on the outside. All the same, the juicy feature spread across the newsstands involved an unhealthier re-coupling of sorts. The story broke with the newsflash that fruit juice has fallen from its healthy pedestal and joined the ranks of fizzy sweetened drinks. 100% fruit juice has been exposed as not being the health elixir it once was. New evidence has shown that the consumption of 100% fruit juices is associated with a higher risk of developing cancer.    

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