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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 27,210
10/19/13 8:02 P

If your machine is just giving you the juice, and spitting out the fiberous pulp, use this as an estimate:

1/2 cup fruit juice = 60 calories
1/2 cup veggie juice = 20 calories

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10/19/13 5:04 P

From what I have seen of what happens to an apple in a juicer (vs. a cider press- we did an experiment this fall!), it's basically apple puree. You may be losing some fiber; certainly the core. But it seems like it would be almost comparable, to me!

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JOYLJL Posts: 398
10/19/13 4:59 P

Does anyone know how to calculate juicing as far as calories. Do you count the whole apple if the fibrous pulp part is going in the side of the juicer you don't eat?


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