My uncle Gaylord from Canyon City Oregon would like to know does carrot juice contain a lot of calcium? Raw homemade carrot juice contains a moderate level calcium, with one cup containing roughly eight percent of the daily recommended value. The best way to increase that calcium level, is to juice carrots with bananas, spinach, kale, or broccoli. You can even mix your carrot juice with a little 2% milk or soy milk as well. Getting enough calcium in your diet is very important, as it helps you build strong bones, teeth, and muscles. Calcium is particularly sensitive to the pasteurization process, so you will find that most processed store bought carrot juices have very little calcium within them. I strongly recommend raw homemade carrot juice over any store bought varieties, as the vitamin and mineral difference is extreme. Thanks for reading through this brief excerpt, do check out our remaining recipes and informational articles.