…Unless you add vegetables to it.
I’ve experimented with mixing different juices and vegetables together. Sometimes it was a gross combination which didn’t taste good, and often times I made good judgments with the selection of fruits and veggies I chose to blend. As an example, the mixture of grape juice and romaine lettuce did not turn out good. I wouldn’t have done it if my thinking was a bit more clear that day, but trial and error is part of learning how to cook well. As I would have imagined, carrots and orange juice tasted better than orange juice and its also a guilt free drink to have because a lot of that sugar is diluted and there is more nutritional benefits than straight orange juice.
I should point out the difference between a juicer and a blender. Its useful to have both of these at once, to give you a lot more options. A juicer extracts juice from fruits which are high in water content such as apples, citrus fruits, parsley, and pineapples. It is specifically good at separating chunks and residue from the fruits/veggies, while blenders are good for liquefying or shredding anything inside of the blender into one.
So its good to stay away from fruit drinks which are high in sugar, but you must not forget that tasty, healthy smoothies can be drank on a regular basis to help you get all of the nutrition you need and more.