Carrot Tomato Juice

2 Fresh Carrots

1 Tomato

For all of you tomato juice lovers out there, here is a great juice combo to get you going. Wash the tomatoes thoroughly, remove the stems, then juice with the tomato skin still intact with the carrots. Do not juice the stems or leaves of the tomato plant, as they are extremely bitter and will ruin the flavor of your juice mixture.

Tomatoes are full of vitamin C, one medium size tomato can contain as much as 60% of the daily recommended value of vitamin C. Tomatoes are also rich in vitamin A, potassium, iron, magnesium, vitamin B1, vitamin B6, and many others. This juice combo is definitely a strong antioxidant and anti cancer recipe.

Go ahead try it out…..

About Sanjana Shenoy

Sanjana M Shenoy is a A dietitian from Mangalore, Karnataka, India. Having worked as a Dietitian for the Manipal Group of Hospitals namely KMC hospital Mangalore, India.She is also a consultant for corporate's like Infosys and others, conducting talks and presentations for various associations and local television shows.She consults at her Diet and Nutrition clinic "Nutrihealth" in Mangalore.Also is a visiting consultant to various hospitals in and around Mangalore and also runs an active online consultation.

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21 Responses to Carrot Tomato Juice

  1. kiran pai July 16, 2008 at 8:50 pm #

    heyyy coool site! jus wanted to knw doesnt carrot contain carb n sugar??? lemme know…

  2. Sanjana - Site Dietitian July 17, 2008 at 9:20 am #

    Yes it does contain carbohydrates. For 100 grams 10.6g of carbs are present almost same as onions. If you compare it with that of rice, rice and wheat have 70-80 grams of carbohydrates. Hence if you want to reduce the amount of carbohydrates in your diet, then carrots are a better option.

  3. kiran pai July 17, 2008 at 1:59 pm #

    ok tanx… hey jus wantd to know 1 more thing… how much of protein does 1 cupof dal contain??? jus got to know your my grandpa MS PAI’s dietician…they asked me to find out…

  4. Sanjana - Site Dietitian July 17, 2008 at 3:14 pm #

    Yes I have taken care of your grandfather….100grams dal contains 22 grams of protien and hence a cup of dal will have about 6-8 grams of proteins….Be free to ask me any questions anytime…

  5. kiran pai July 18, 2008 at 9:55 am #

    ya sure.. thank u very much…. do u have a yahoo or gmail id??

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