Tough situation. On one hand, it’s an obvious too bad — that’s a rad company perk and you should probably move your employment elsewhere. But that’s only one hand. On the other, alcohol is a wickedly destructive substance which probably shouldn’t be brought into the workplace except for special circumstances.
Good analysis, though a bit harsh. Juicing can be a valuable health intervention if it’s done properly. What’s shocking to me is how little distinction is made between vegetable and fruit juices.
Cruciferous vegetables, for example, have a number of valuable metabolic and epigenetic effects, one of the more notable ones…
Good post — media mishandling of “science” is infuriating — although I think it warrants a follow up. Low carb diets typically do benefit chronic diseases in which blood glucose and insulin sensitivity are factors, especially when paired with time-restricted eating habits.