One of our web users James from New York City New York asked the following question. Is raw homemade carrot juice really acidic? Raw homemade carrot juice is not particularly acidic, however it does contain some natural vegetable based acids. Compared to apple juice, pineapple juice, orange juice, cranberry juice, or tomato juice, is has much less acid. There are two ways to lessen and protect your stomach and esophagus from juice based acids. The first way is to make sure you only consume juice during or after a meal. The second way is to add two tablespoons of milk, as the proteins in milk will bind with any acid in the juice, and neutralize much of it. Diluting the juice with ice cubes can also be another way to lessen the acidic level, however your carrot juice won't taste as delicious. Thanks for sending in the question, please don't forget to browse around our site some more.