Sweet Potato Juice

Sweet potatoes make this juice creamy and sweet giving it a beautiful milkshake taste. Sweet potatoes contain an enzyme that converts most of its starches into sugars that raise the blood sugar levels slowly, making it along with carrots an ideal power house drink for those looking to boost energy levels and keep them high throughout the day.

Juicing Recipes.SweetPotatoeJuice

Servings: 1 (8oz)

372 calories per serving


  • 3 Sweet potatoes, 390g
  • 4 Carrots, 244g
  • 1 Lime’s juice,  44g

Sweet potato can be juiced with the skin on.

* This chart graphically shows where this juice will be most beneficial.

Calories kcal 780 39%
Calories Juiced kcal 372 19%
Protein g 9 17%
Fat g 1 1%
Carbs g 106 35%
Fiber g 19 75%
Sugars g 29 114%
Vitamin C mg 36.90 62%
Thiamin (Vitamin B1) mg 0.47 32%
Riboflavin mg 0.38 23%
Niacin mg 4.63 23%
Vitamin B6 mg 1.17 58%
Folate µg 94.00 24%
Vitamin A µg 4803.00 801%
Vitamin E mg 2.72 9%
Vitamin K µg 39.60 50%
Calcium mg 203 20%
Iron mg 3 17%
Magnesium mg 128 37%
Phosphorus mg 273 27%
Potassium mg 2145 61%
Sodium mg 385 16%
Zinc mg 2 12%
Sweet Potato Juice
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Vitamin C ✓ Vitamin A ✓
Sweet Potato Juice
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Vitamin C ✓ Vitamin A ✓
Recipe Notes

Vitamin C 

Required for: Immunity, heart and cardiovascular health, development of sex hormones, stress management, health and repair of skin and effective wound healing

Deficiency Symptoms: Frequent infections, poor wound healing, skin complaints, fatigue and listlessness, depression, easy bruising, bleeding gums and varicose veins

Vitamin A

Required for: Immune system, growth and repair of bones, skin, teeth and eye health

Deficiency Symptoms: Dry skin, dull and dry hair, hard skin, reduced saliva production, ridged nails, loss of appetite, bumps on back of arms and other parts of the body, acne, mouth ulcers, sinus problems, poor wound healing and poor night vision

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