It may not be as ridiculous as it sounds to many people who don’t like eating fruits at all forget regularly – the articles below state the many positives of eating whole fruits as well as juicing.
Recommended Read - from Mayo Clinic - Is juicing healthier than eating whole fruits or vegetables?
Published - October 2019
Excerpt - …there's no scientific evidence that extracted juices are healthier than the juice you get by eating the fruit or vegetable itself. But if you don't enjoy eating fruits and vegetables, juicing may be a way to add them to your diet or to try fruits and vegetables you might not eat….
Recommended Read - from Mayo Clinic Q and A: Juicing can help increase your fruit and vegetable intake
Published - June 2018
Excerpt - …while juicing in moderation is generally healthy, certain types of juice may not be appropriate for everyone. A juice made of mostly fruits can be high in carbohydrates and sugars, which can influence blood sugar levels. For people with kidney disease, fruits that are high in potassium, such as melons and bananas, can cause complications and may need to be avoided…