graceeatsclean Posted January 5, 2016 Share Posted January 5, 2016 Hi! I'm on day 5 of my second Whole 30 and wondering about juices.. I love juices, especially green ones, and have often turned to them for a boost of nutrients in the past years. There are several "technically compliant" ones out there, plus when I juice my own I never add any sweeteners of any kind beyond just the fruit juices included. My question is whether or not these juices are considered compliant? They are a bit high in sugar content, such as the Suja Easy Greens, which is compliant but has 17g of sugar per 8oz serving. For reference, the label on this one is - INGREDIENTS: ORGANIC APPLE JUICE, ORGANIC CELERY JUICE, ORGANIC CUCUMBER JUICE, ORGANIC BANANA PUREE, ORGANIC MANGO PUREE, ORGANIC KALE JUICE, ORGANIC COLLARD GREENS JUICE, ORGANIC LEMON JUICE, ORGANIC GINGER JUICE, ORGANIC SPINACH JUICE, ORGANIC CHLORELLA POWDER, ORGANIC SPIRULINA POWDER My gut instinct is to only drink them in small portions, 8 oz or less at a time, and in conjunction with protein & fat like a hardboiled egg. However, as I'm doing really well on my Whole 30 so far I wanted to get some feedback from moderators/advanced members to make sure I'm not derailing myself. Thoughts are appreciated! Thanks! Grace Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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