Our 100% hand pressed juices are packed full of tasty goodness and nutrient-dense fruits, vegetables, herbs and roots. Tto get an in-depth idea of what you’re putting into your body, we’ve compiled a list of our ingredients and the awesome benefits they give you.
Boasting good fats, almonds are rich in anti-oxidants and folic acid. Plus, the phosphorus content helps develop brain and muscle tissue, and improve memory.
This wonderplant has anti-inflammatory properties, and aids in digestion and detoxification. It's also a cellular regenerator with anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
Apples offer antioxidant vitamin C and soluble fiber, help lower cholesterol and aid digestion. And, they help lightly sweeten an otherwise tart juice.
These hearty roots are cell-builders with key minerals, renewing the body with a hint of sweetness. Combined with carrots, they also aid in liver and kidney function.
It's chocolate in its raw form! But it's also rich in magnesium, a mood enhancer, diminishes appetite, hosts essential fatty acids and has sulfur, a beauty-enhancing mineral.
A relative to ginger, this spice is known to lower blood pressure, assists in preventing blood clots, and acts as a natural diuretic while boosting anti-oxidant activity.
The beta-carotene in carrots has excellent anti-oxidant properties. Plus, carrots play a big part in providing immune support and digestive assistance.
The capsaicin in cayenne is both an anti-inflammatory and an anti-oxidant. Combined with beta-carotene and vitamin C, this pepper has more than just spice!
In addition to being the best source of natural sodium, celery has alkalinizing properties, helps in uric acid elimination and acts as a natural diuretic.
This versatile herb, rich in vitamins A and K, contains phytochemicals that are known to assist in the prevention of cancer and other chronic diseases.
Sweet and spicy! Cinnamon has been found to have antifungal, antibacterial and anti-parasitic properties, and is an excellent source of manganese, dietary fiber, iron and calcium.
It's known as nature's sports drink, thanks to a hearty dose of electrolytes. Deemed more nutritious than milk, coconut water's make-up is similar to blood plasma and provides natural energy.
This sweet treat has medium-chain fatty acids (helpful to skin), fiber, manganese, potassium and copper, and also selenium, which helps prevent cellular damage from free radical exposure.
The connection between collard greens and cancer prevention should not be surprising since collard greens provide special nutrient support for three body systems that are closely connected with cancer development as well as cancer prevention. These three systems are (1) the body's detox system, (2) its antioxidant system, and (3) its inflammatory/anti-inflammatory system.
This versatile veggie is 96% water, helping with hydration, regulating body temperature and flushing toxins. It also has lingnans - linked to reducing the risk of cancer - and silica, which makes your skin glow.
They're nature's sugar! Plus, they're high in fiber, potassium and copper, and have manganese, which contributes to the function of your brain and nerves.
This licorice-flavored veggie has a healthy dose of vitamin C and potassium, is a source of fiber, and has powerful phytochemicals known to reduce inflammation.
This refreshingly-flavored super root has a ton of benefits, including anti-inflammatory properties, helping with circulation, and aiding in digestion by soothing the stomach.
Grapefruit isn't just a vitamin C powerhouese - it also has soluble fiber, lowers insulin, and helps to reduce cholesterol and triglycerides in those with heart disease.
Sweet and juicy, this mild melon is also a great source of potassium, vitamin C, potassium and B vitamins.
Jalapenos are a rich source of vitamin C, with almost 17 milligrams in a small pepper. That is equal to 18 percent of the recommended daily allowance for men and 23 percent for women.
This dark, leafy green is unique - it provides calcium! Just one cup of steamed kale has 1328% RDA Vitamin K and 354% RDA of Vitamin A, and is one of the best sources of beta-carotene.
Kiwi is known for being tart, but did you also know one cup of kiwi has more vitamin C than a cup of oranges? It also has potassium, and vitamins K and E.
A natural acidifier, lemons stimulate the digestive system and helps to flush bacteria and toxins from the body. Plus, a single lemon has your full day's dose of vitamin C.
Lemongrass was traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat cholera and act as a fever remedy. It has powerful antiseptic qualities, and helps with inflammation.
Like all citrus fruits, limes contains vitamin C, supporting a healthy immune system and fighting free radicals. They also have unique flavonoids that lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
Melons are high in essential vitamins and minerals - including vitamin C, vitamin A and potassium - while also being nearly completely devoid of fats.
A soothing, leafy herb, mint soothes the stomach and promotes digestion by activating saliva and digestive glands. It also boasts germicidal properties!
As an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin E, beta-carotene, and manganese, mustard greens give us highest level support for four conventional antioxidant nutrients. Also acts as an anti-inflamatory.
It's not just for egg nog! Nutmeg helps relieve symptoms of pain and inflammation, and also offers potent liver support. It's also packed full of nutrients including iron, protein and vitamins.
You already know oranges are packed with vitamin C, but did you know they improve bone health and protect against heart disease by supporting artery health? Now you do!
A natural breath freshener, parsley is also packed with anti-oxidants that eradicate free radicals that cause oxidative stress in cells, promotes carbohydrate metabolism, and serves as an anti-inflammatory.
This summertime staple fruit features ten different vitamins, numerous minerals and three grams of fiber. Its main antioxidant is chlorogenic acid, which helps clear free radicals.
Mmmmm... this tropical treat is fantastic for digestive assistance, thanks to it's bromelain content, which helps break down proteins. Pineapple is also a source of manganese, thiamine and vitamin C.
Romaine is a highly nutritious salad green known for it's vitamins A, B, and C content, as well as it's manganese and chromium content. And it is high in fiber!
Sea salt has essential minerals including magnesium, calcium, potassium and manganese, and prevents dehydration by helping to hold water in your body so that it can hydrate more efficiently.
Popeye was on to something! This leafy green is a source of vitamin K, magnesium, and iron, and includes several important phytochemicals, such as lutein.
Another summertime treat, strawberries contain phytonutrients and antioxidants such as vitamin C, which help protect the body's cell structures and fight oxidative reactions.
Uunique among the health benefits from this chenopod vegetable has been its ability to help pancreatic cells regenerate.
Vanilla's properties extend well past its delicious smell, which gives a calming effect. It also helps to kill bacteria, and its anti-oxidant properties assist in fighting cancerous cells.
One of nature's most nutrient-dense foods, watercress contains more vitamin C than oranges, more calcium than milk, more iron than spinach and more folate than bananas.
Watermelon owes its red hue to lycopene, which travels neutralizes free radicals. Watermelon is also heaping with vitamin C and beta-carotene, and rich in the B vitamins necessary for energy production.