The toughest thing about juicing, other than cleanup, is keeping track of how much fruit and veggies you’re throwing into the machine. Sure, it’s easy to go nuts with it, but in the end, it could do you more harm than good if you don’t keep tabs of what you’re juicing. Especially with the sugar content.
The website Simply Smarter Juicing is a pretty nifty tool that gives folks the nutritional information of various fruits and vegetables most commonly used when juicing. Some of the foods included (along with some health facts) are apples, carrots, strawberries, spinach and ginger. All one has to do is drag the individual ingredients over into a slot. The animated juicer starts shaking and boom, instant nutritional facts. The site also creates a customized recipe based on your ingredients scaling the portions to fit the juice. It also suggests other juice recipes based on your choices.
Now if only there was a site that counted the caloric content of breakfast pizzas.
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