Hello PH, i was wondering if there is any nutritional data out there of fresh made vegetable juice? After 2 days of searching the internet i could not find anything of value. It seems like everyone is just saying it´s full of nutrients but no one says how much. I´m asking because my stomach seems to be rather small and i´m looking for a way to get nutrients without feeling full or eating above my hunger feel.
I did find some more nutritional data on vegetable juice and i compared 100g of a vegetable to the same amount of juice. My findings are that vitamins and fiber are decreasing and the minerals stayed the same except sodium and chloride (=salt). These minerals increasing 5-10 times in juice. So when you drink 100g of juice instead of eating 100g of the same vegetable you get less vitamins and more salt. Now juicing seems to me a good way to get a shot of minerals into my bloodstream but less vitamins that i would have if i eat the whole vegetable.