One of the things that people overlook when they are shopping for juices is the actually nutritional value that it has for your body. If something is packed with sugar, even if it comes from fruit, then any added protein, vitamins or minerals you are consuming aren't going to be worth it. As a diabetic I am always looking for ways to add more protein and get my daily recommended vitamins and minerals and with that comes a lot of label reading. Some of the Sunkist Protein Smoothies are worth the extra calories and sugar and some are not. There are only three flavors in the Naturals series that are protein enriched to provide 20 grams of protein per serving bottle. Those are the Orange Cream, Berries & Cream and Pina Colada. I have had two of the three flavors currently offered by Sunkist in their protein smoothie line, the Pina Colada contains coconut and I am allergic to it in raw form and didn't want to chance it with the smoothie. The labels are a little misleading; it says "20 grams of protein" but that is per bottle not per serving. An eight ounce serving contains 13 grams of protein. You can supplement that by adding a no carbohydrate or low carbohydrate protein powder to it. When I see this in the Orange Cream or Berries & Cream flavors I grab a bottle; the kids like it and I would rather have them drink this over something like Sunny D. While it is still high in sugar and carbohydrates (40 grams of carbohydrates per serving / 36 grams from sugar) it provides them with 20% of the recommended daily allowance of Vitamin C and the extra protein.