|Nutrients||Tomato Juice||V-8 Juice||Orange Juice|
|Sodium||980 mg||640 mg||0 mg|
|Potassium||657 mg||460 mg||450 mg|
|Carbohydrate||14 g||10 g||26 g|
|Fiber||3 g||2 g||0 g|
|Sugars||9 g||6 g||22 g|
|Protein||3 g||2 g||<2 g|
|Vitamin A||8%||40 %||0 %|
|Vitamin C||110 %||150 %||120 %|
What is your go to juice for breakfast? In my house, it is either tomato, V-8, or orange juice. Which is healthier? Here is what I found:
- All three provide a very decent amount of nutrients but a few things stand out for consideration: sugar, salt, vitamin A and C, and potassium.
- It all depends on taste preference in the long run, or possibly whether you want to avoid sugar or salt.
- To be fair, orange juice provides additional nutrients in small to modest amounts of vitamin B6, magnesium, niacin, folate, riboflavin and thiamine.
- BTW, I am not associated with the Campbell company in any way.
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