What makes "breakfast juice" especially suitable for consumption at breakfast time?!

Question: What makes "breakfast juice" especially suitable for consumption at breakfast time!?
It is scientifically proven that at the time of "Breaking the Fast"!.!.!.!.the body needs certain nutrients in order to have it operating optimumly!.!.!.hence, Orange Juice would be to raise the blood sugar levels!.!.!.!.!.wherein with another kind of 'breakfast meal' Tomato Juice would be rounding out the meal!. There are of course others that are used in lieu of these, though not in all cases are they 'especially suitable' ~ in form w/ liquid or H2o the fruits reach the system much faster and effectively that the eating of fruit by itself!.!.!.which has a tendency to make one full!.!.!.!.!.Hence the fruit is 'juiced'!.


I think its just cultural and habitual!.!.The U!.S!. is the second highest producer of oranges after Brazil, and the second largest exporter of oranges after Argentina!. It's like America has a huge orange grove in our collective backyard!.!.!.although some people think its because its peppier!.!.the odor of citrus produces a cognitive effect on those exposed to it!.!. It's energizing , invigorating and refreshing!. In effect, the scent of oranges helps wake you up!. Since about 90 percent of what people perceive as taste is produced by smell, orange juice becomes a sort of pep pill for the senses!.!.!.

today, Americans drink about 5 million gallons of orange juice per year!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

eat a bannana & orange/ apple juiceWww@FoodAQ@Com

Best to eat fresh fruit and not juices!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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