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10/8/13 12:58 P

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If you're using a juicer/extractor then I would look up the values for the individual juices. If you're juicing using a blender (i.e. Ninja or Vitamix) I would count the whole fruits and veggies.

If there are some particular juices you make often you can save the grouping as a favorite or recipe to save you time in the future.

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10/8/13 11:58 A

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I make my own fruit and vegetable juice at home. What is the best way to record the calories in it? Should I try to find the calories in each separate piece of produce that goes in, or is there a way to guesstimate?



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