Bif from Memphis Tennessee sent in the following inquiry. Do carrot juice drinks have lot of nutrients? It really depends on what type of carrot juice drinks you are referring to. Pasteurized and bottled store bought carrot juice in many cases does not have a particularly large amount of vital nutrients, whereas raw homemade unpasteurized carrot juice is loaded with vitamins and minerals. There are obviously exceptions with regard to the bottled carrot juice variety, however even if they do have a lot of nutrients, that is usually because they are vitamin fortified. Vitamin fortified juice can in many cases be less soluble within our bodies, as opposed to the vitamin and nutrients within raw homemade juices. So to answer the question, yes, raw homemade carrot juice has lots of nutrients. Store bought processed varieties have far less nutrients. Thanks for send us this very interesting question. Do browse around our site some more.