Fruit juices may seem like nutritious sources of vitamins and minerals, but they are super-concentrated in naturally occurring sugar. And commercial vegetable juices, for that matter, are often high in sodium, making them less healthy than you’d think. Fruits and vegetables are juicy foods that consist mostly of water, but they also provide a variety of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, and a good amount of fiber that helps fill you up. Vegetables are naturally lower in sugar than fruit, which means freshly made vegetables juice is lower in calories than fruit juice and can be a helpful way to squeeze more produce into your diet. However, bottled and canned vegetable and tomato juices are not generally recommended as they contain high amounts of sodium, which increases your risk of hypertension.