?Logging Juicing Calories?

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Anybody have suggestions how to accurately log calories for juicing?

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  • TeaBea
    TeaBea Posts: 14,517 Member
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    Weigh all the fruits & veggies before you juice them. The "pulp" or whatever is left in your machine is fiber. You aren't really getting rid of calories. Fiber is a good thing, it aids digestion and helps regulate blood sugars. Insoluble fiber passes through your body.

    http://www.webmd.com/diet/features/juicing-health-risks-and-benefits#1
  • PeachyPlum
    PeachyPlum Posts: 1,243 Member
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    Log the calories for all the ingredients that go into your juice.

    Turning it into juice doesn't magically reduce the calories or anything. If you make juice from half a cucumber, an apple, and 30 blueberries, you're drinking half a cucumber, and apple, and 30 blueberries.

    You're just missing out on all that fiber, which is kind of a shame really.
  • cwolfman13
    cwolfman13 Posts: 41,868 Member
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    Put your recipe into the recipe builder