Just Carrots carrot juice


Carrot juice nutritional value.

Carrot juice

Carrot juice contains a high content of Beta-Carotene, a precursor to Vitamin A, which is converted to Vitamin A in the body. It is considered essential for the visual cycle (focusing the conversion of light stimuli into electrical impulses), pigment formation in the skin (browning), and as an antioxidant in the cells. The level of Vitamin A required by the eyes can increase up to fifty-fold when working with a computer, watching television, driving a car at night, and reading and writing under artificial light, all of which place great demands on the eyes.

Carrot juice powder
Following careful seed-stock selection and growing processes, AIM's Just Carrots ® Carrot Juice is pressed from carrots that have a consistently high content of the carotenes preserved by AIM's proprietary method of gentle processing to maintain health giving benefits of fresh juice.

In a glass of carrot juice made from 1 pound of fresh carrots, the following food values have been identified:

(United States Department of Agriculture Handbook).

Carrot juice may be helpful for :

Carrot juice is considered to be one of nature's finest alkaline foods and has the ability to help maintain intestinal flora

Nutrient Information of AIM Just Carrots ® carrot juice.*

Protein 10%
Fat 1.5%
Carbohydrates 72%
Iron 2.5 mg/100 g
Calcium 215 mg/100 g
Vitamin A activity
(as beta carotene)
144,000 IU/100 g
Vitamin C 35 mg/100 g


*The above figures are an average; specific figures vary from batch to batch due to variations in crops due to climate, soil, and times of harvest.

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