Macro-nutrient data for fresh vegetable juices

Hi there. So glad to be able to post this here. I have been searching for information about nutritional info for vegetable juices but can't really find the info I'm looking for.

Does anyone have an idea of where I could find such information or how I could calculate this info. The carb content is the most important for me including fiber to be able to enter net carbs. I make my own juices with an Omega Juicer and a home-made press.

Thanking you in advance. I appreciate any help I can get with this. Blessings to you all.

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  • @edpickus

    It depends if you are adding the whole vegetable or just the juice. If it's the juice only, I personally would create a "Recipe" using measured amounts of each of the juices (if possible). Some items may difficult to find, but I generally suggest looking for a similar item since the carbs really won't vary too much.

    I'll let others chime in with their ideal approach. :)

    Kind regards,

    Susan Macfarlane, MScA, RD
    Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
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  • Hello @edpickus ,

    Unfortunately, at this time we do not have the nutrient information for juiced vegetables. You can still save custom copies of the food you wish to juice, and remove the fiber from the nutritional info. Keep in mind that there is a loss of fiber content as well as other nutrients when juicing.

    Here are the steps to create a custom copy from a generic food in our database:

    1) Go to the website https://cronometer.com/
    2) Go to the Foods tab
    3) Select Search Foods sub-tab and search for the food you wish to juice, ex Celery, Raw. This will open the food in the food editor.
    4) In the food editor, select the settings icon in the top right hand corner and select Edit a Copy
    5) You can change the name to ex. Celery, Juiced, and remove the fiber.
    6) Don't forget to save the changes!

    You will now have the custom foods in your foods

    Regards,
    Marie-Eve

    Marie-Eve
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  • Great. Tks. I'll that tomorrow. I appreciate the help.

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