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Drinking Vegetable Juice Efficiently Increases Vegetable Intake And May Help Manage Weight

February 3, 2011: 08:52 AM EST

Researchers at the University of California-Davis and Baylor College of Medicine found that drinking vegetable juice is an efficient and effective means of increasing vegetable intake and managing weight. These are two areas of concern highlighted in the 2010 U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Both of the 12-week studies were supported in part by Campbell Soup Company, which produces the V8 line of vegetable juice. The UC-Davis study involved 90 healthy adults; Baylor College looked at 81 adults with risk factors for cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Researchers at UC-Davis observed that subjects who drank an eight-ounce glass of vegetable juice each day received almost twice the servings of vegetables as those who did not. Baylor College scientists found that incorporating one to two servings of vegetable juice daily into a healthy diet enhanced weight loss..

Press Release, Campbells, " Research Suggests V8(R)100% Vegetable Juice Can Help People Meet Key Dietary Guidelines", Campbells, February 03, 2011, © Campbells
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