Juice Comparison Chart

 
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Are all juices the same when it comes to health impact? Check out this chart of popular options and see for yourself...

Revised Juice Chart

*Fortified: an unfortified version was not available for analysis.
Note: All data are for a single 8-ounce serving.

If you were to cut any of these juices with water, splitting the drink 50/50 between the two, then you'd be able to halve the sugar content and calories in a single serving. This would bring the average calorie count from  126 to 63, and the average grams of sugar in a serving from 27 to 13.5.

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Juice Comparison Chart

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