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Living Right: The Truth About Juicing

About 20 percent of adults who want to lose or maintain weight have tried a "cleanse."

It’s when you replace food with fruit and vegetable juices for just one day to one week or longer.

It sounds healthy, but some nutritionists aren’t convinced.

Katie Boomgaard tells us the good and the bad behind juicing in today’s Living Right.

A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that fasting, or restricting your calories every other day can lead to better heart health, cholesterol levels and decrease your diabetes risk.