5 Fruits You Can’t or Shouldn’t Juice (And Alternative Options)

Let’s talk about unjuiceable fruits.
With the busy lives that we all live, it is tough to keep track of the fresh fruits and vegetables that we’re consuming on a daily basis.

Thankfully, we have the option to create our own fresh juice to ingest the vitamins, minerals, and increased energy our bodies crave.

If you’re like us, you love experimenting with different types of produce when juicing, but it’s important to note that you can’t juice everything. Whether you’re new to juicing or just starting your own juice business, this list of fruits you can’t juice will be an asset for you.

Table of Contents:

Can You Juice Avocados?
Can You Juice Blueberries?
Can You Juice Bananas?
Can You Juice Cherries?
Can You Juice Mangoes?

1. Avocados
Avocados are praised for their high nutrient value and their ability to provide excellent flavor and creaminess to almost any beverage or dish.
They’re rich in Vitamin K, Vitamin C, Folate, Potassium, and so much more! Although we see avocados everywhere these days, they’re not great for everything. 
Can you juice avocados? No
Since avocados are a creamy consistency and not as juicy as other fruits, it’s hard to extract juice out of them.
Alternative: We recommend you add them into smoothies and other blended drinks, or you can puree them and add to your juices!
2. Blueberries 

Blueberries are considered to be a superfruit. They’re a low-calorie fruit that is packed full with key nutrients including dietary fiber (great for the digestive system), vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals.
Although blueberries pack a big punch, it’s hard to get the recommended amounts of their nutrients through the whole fruit themselves (unless you eat a ton of them!), hence, why adding blueberries to smoothies and other beverages are very popular.  
Can you juice blueberries? Yes, but…
Blueberries have a soft and mushy consistency; because of this, they do not yield much juice. Also, they are expensive, so making a puree and adding to your juice or using their juice in small amounts (to alter the color or add slight flavor), would be much more practical.
Alternative: we recommend blending them first and then adding them to your juice. You can always run

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