FAQs

Why juice?

A serving of cold-pressed vegetable juice is packed with a number of vegetables that we could not consume in whole and fibrous form. When the nutrient-rich juice is pressed from the fibrous material of the vegetables, it retains huge amounts of vitamins, minerals, micro-nutrients, and phytochemicals without all of the fiber that requires massive amounts of energy for your body to digest, and two more stomachs worth of space!!

Is juice really that serious?

Medical research consistently shows that those who eat the greatest amount of vegetables and fruits are about half as likely to develop cancer as those who eat little or no fresh vegetables and fruits. The United States Cancer Institute recommends eating five servings of fresh vegetables and three servings of fresh fruit each day. The phytochemicals in fresh vegetables and fruit are the natural earth-grown medicines of prevention for many modern diseases such as heart disease, asthma, arthritis, and allergies. So why not stack up your odds in favor of good health by getting your servings of veggies and fruits in our fresh cold pressed juice?

Is cold-pressed juice the same as centrifugal juice?

No. Centrifugal juicers do not remove all of the juice from pulp, leaving much of the nutrient content in the discarded pulp. Also, centrifugal juicers blade systems create heat in the process of removing the juice and thereby produce a subpar juice, due to the loss of valuable enzyme and nutrient content. The juice volume, nutrient content, and shelf life is increased in our fresh cold-pressed juices.

Why is it important that my body breathe on a cellular level?

By “breathing on the cellular level” we mean the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide within your body at the cellular level. Many of the available phytochemicals in fruits and vegetables, specifically chlorophyll, support and strengthen your many networked systems in moving oxygen through the body and transferring oxygen and carbon dioxide through the cellular structure of the entire body.

How does cold-pressed juice help my yoga?

Firstly, breath is everything. Consider how breath is actually responsible for about 75% of the intake of our functioning energy. Beyond the benefit of increased breath capacity and energy, our fresh, cold-pressed juices provide you with the nutrients and minerals to lift your pH balance into a more balanced and flexible state. This effect will be influencing on your yoga practice and everything else in your life.

Why super foods?

Super foods are the most nutritionally dense foods on earth (that we know of—maybe there are some out there undiscovered that are even more SUPER)! Stacking up massive amounts of nutrient in the body is the key to prevention of many diseases and illnesses, as well as the key to strengthening all of the cooperating systems of your body for powerful health, wellness, and happiness.

Ingredients that we highlight

Turmeric

The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin, a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.

Ginger

This anti-inflammatory powerhouse is packed with antimicrobial properties and makes a great natural digestive aid.

Hemp seed

Hemp seeds are rich in essential fatty acids and polyunsaturated fatty acids. This includes essential omega-3s, which can help fight coronary heart disease, cancer, and even symptoms of depression.

Chia seed

Chia seeds are rich in fiber, omega-3 fats, protein, vitamins (A,B,E) and minerals (sulphur, iron, iodine).

Acai berry

Acai fruits have a complex composition which includes carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and a high concentration of phosphorus, calcium, potassium, iron, omega-3, omega-6, omega-9, and vitamins B1, B2, B3, C, and E.

Date

Dates contain vitamins A and K. Vitamin A protects the eyes, maintains healthy skin and mucus membranes, and protects your lungs and mouth from developing cancer. Tannins, which are flavonoids as well as polyphenolic antioxidants, fight infection and inflammation, and help prevent excessive bleeding (anti-hemorrhagic). Vitamin K is a blood coagulant that helps metabolize your bones.

Kale

Kale’s anti-cancer properties are derived largely from its collection of active compounds, including indoles like I3C and isothiocyanates.

Spirulina

Spirulina contains a number of phytochemicals with biological activity. They include beta-carotene and zeaxanthin, two powerful antioxidants that can help rid your body of potentially damaging chemicals that form after you are exposed to environmental toxins (Free Radicals).