Your juicer likely removes a majority of the insoluble fiber, 0 Cal.
It likely passes the majority of the soluble fiber, arguments exist in the 2-4 Cal per gram range.
Since a minimal amount of soluble fiber is removed, depending on the efficiency of your juicer, an offset in Calories should be small.
I would recommend that you record the total Cals.
Otherwise, the USDA reports soluble fiber at 4 Cal per gram. There are some arguments that it is actually 2 Cal per gram. If you decide to make that offset, you would need to make the same adjustment in all food containing soluble fiber, juiced or not.
The juicers I know do it just the way you do it now.
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10/23/19 12:09 P
I juice vegetables in the morning. There are lots of vegetables per drink. I've been counting the full calories of the veggies, but it adds up and I know without the fiber I'm not taking in those calories. Whats the best way to track the calories of juicing?