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While it may seem counter-intuitive, yes, there is such a thing as low-sugar/low-carb juices. They can be purchased at your local grocery store for prices that are comparable with other juices. With a variety of types to choose from, there is certain to be a flavor that suits your palate. Get creative and mix juice flavors for a custom low-calorie juice. (Be sure to read the label and nutrition information for the specific sugar and carbohydrate content.)

For a homemade, belly-filling, fruitful beverage try this pineapple raspberry smoothie recipe.

Minute Maid Light Cherry Limeade

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Minute Maid Light Cherry Limeade flavored drink only has 1g of sugar and 2g of carbohydrates per serving. As a result, the light cherry limeade is low in calories, with only ten calories per serving. The juice should be refrigerated after opening and consumed by the expiration date. Minute Maid also offers other flavors in the “light” beverage category, including orange juice, lemonade, raspberry passion, orange tangerine, and orangeade.

Tree Top's Light Pomegranate Blackberry Juice

Tree Top's Light Pomegranate Blackberry juice contains 50% less sugar than its regular juices. This juice promotes a balanced metabolism and helps curb your appetite in between meals. By helping to keep blood sugar levels balanced, it avoids the drop in sugar levels that create "hunger pains" and sluggish feelings caused from sugar imbalances in the body. The Pomegranate Blackberry juice contains 60 calories per serving and is equal to one whole fruit serving.

Check out our blood-cleansing juice recipe here.

Ocean Spray Sugar Free Juices

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Ocean Spray offers a complete line of sugar-free juices that include Blueberry Lemonade, Blueberry Pomegranate, Cranberry Grape, White Cranberry Peach, Cranberry Pomegranate, and Cranberry Lemonade. All of these juices have five calories per serving and have 100% of your daily vitamin C value. The Ocean Spray sugar-free juices come in a powder mix for on-the-go convenience. They are sold in bulk or individual packets. These are handy when you eat at restaurants that do not offer sugar free or low-carb juice options. The sugar-free mix just needs to be blended in water and then it is ready for consumption.

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