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  • Berry Smoothie

    1 PINT RASPBERRIES 1 PINT BLUEBERRIES 2 SCOOPS JÚCE REDS (create link to product page)   Toss it all in a blender and mix well. Garnish with whole ...
  • Healthy Food Starts with Healthy Soil Sustained by Organic Farmlands

    Healthy soils provide the essential nutrients necessary to produce healthy crops that nourish and heal. Organic farms sustain and maintain the quality of the ecosystem as compared to conventional farming that depletes the soil. From day one, we've dedicated ourselves to using only certified organic ingredients, harvested from organic farmlands across the country.


  • Change Your Gut Microbiome, Change Your Life!

    If you Google new year resolutions, at or near the top of every list will be some variation of get healthier and lose weight. And this is completely justified after five weeks, and three holidays, of abundance and gluttony.

    Let’s face it, we all need to reset and recharge this time of year, after all that fun, food, and family has taken a physical, and maybe even an emotional, toll.

  • Júce Pops

    2–4 Scoops Júce Reds, Juce Greens, or Júce Hydrate (create link to product pages)

    8 Ounces of Water (per scoop of Júce)

    Optionally, you can add fruit: raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, sliced bananas or any other fruit that sounds good.


  • Mean Green Smoothie Machine


    1 LIME

    1 BANANA

    2 SCOOPS JUCE GREENS (link to greens product page)

  • What are Functional Beverages?

    A “functional beverage” is defined as a non-alcoholic drink that contains non-traditional ingredients, including herbs, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, or added raw fruit or vegetable ingredients, which is claimed to provide specific health benefits beyond those of general nutrition—e.g., boosting or enhancing the immune system or heart, improving joint mobility, increasing sense of well being, increasing energy, and satiety.1
  • Top 5 Health Food Trends for a Healthier You in 2018

    It’s that time again – when one year ends, a new year begins, and we all take stock of changes we’d like to make.

    We’ve even given this yearly ritual a name, and why not? It’s become such an integral part of what it means to be human, and something each of us is either pleasantly, or painfully, aware of – The New Year’s Resolution.

    It’s interesting how many of these resolutions are health related, as in exercise more, lose weight, and eat better. It’s also interesting just how many resolutions never even get off the ground, or fail miserably and quickly. And given that most don’t make it past mid-January, here are a couple of tips to make sure your resolutions don’t crash and burn.

  • Unbeatable Health Benefits of Beets

    Beets occupy a unique space in the average American’s diet. Their deep, rich purple-red color makes them recognizable to all. However, most people seem confused by what to do with them and thus ignore them and their amazing health benefits in favor of more common, less confusing vegetables.
  • Powerful Nutrients That Supercharge Your Brain

    Cognitive decline is a normal part of aging. It happens to all of us in our golden years” of adulthood. But according to a study published in the Journal of Neurobiology of Aging, the process may actually begin in our 20s and 30s. But that doesnt mean that you have to sit back and just take it! New research is showing that the keys to supercharge your brain and slow cognitive aging just may lie in the foods you eat.

  • Superhero Fruits and Vegetables for a Healthy Heart

    Your heart just may be the most important organ you have. Sure, they’re all vital, and they all work together. But if we were forced to pick one as the most important, it’s got to be the heart.

    One of the reasons we’re giving it number one status is because heart disease is still the number one cause of death in the U.S. for both men and women. It’s also number one because what’s good for your heart, is usually good for the rest of your body.

  • Change Your Gut Microbiome, Change Your Life!

    Youre probably aware that good health begins at the cellular level, and cells are something we have in great abundance, as in millions. Yet, our bodies contain 1.3 bacteria to every cell. More importantly, of the 40 million bacteria in the human body, 39 million of those live in your digestive system. Some are good. Some are bad. The balance of these good guys and bad guys is what determines whether your microbiome is keeping you healthy or making you sick.
  • Healthy Eating: How Food Affects Our Happiness

    In a 12-year study of more than 69,000 women, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, the Western diet was found to significantly raise the risk of coronary heart disease, while other studies have shown increases in colon cancer, diabetes, inflammation, and other ailments. What is often overlooked is the effect our lifestyle choices have on our mental wellbeing. Demands of career and family often create anxiety, feeding depression and negative self-esteem – ultimately reducing our quality of life. It is little wonder that prescriptions for medications to help deal with these problems are pervasive. But are they really necessary?