Hi I'm for example I juice some celery or a sweet potato can I add this to my foods and what's the best way to add the raw juices in?
Juicing removes the fibrous parts of the vegetables so you lose most of the insoluble fibre and any nutrients that are bound to these parts of the plant. We do not have a good source for the nutrition information of the nutrients that are left behind when vegetables are juiced.
You should be able to find the juices of various vegetables in the database.
Let us know if there are any you can't find!
Susan Macfarlane, MScA, RD
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
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For example kale juice juice or sweet potato juice doesn't appear, well kale does from a user entry I think but doesn't seem accurate?