It seems the trend took off out on the California Coast, and quickly spread on over to the streets of New York City, but now, finally, it has made its way out here in Toronto. Not sure what it is we’re referring to? Well, let it be known near and far: pressed juices are the latest fad and you best be getting on this bandwagon. As society becomes more and more committed to healthy living, pressed juices have become a staple nourishment and not just a detox made for models.
The idea is that pressed juices combine the best a fruit and veggie can offer – they are made-up of the most beneficial raw nutrients, vitamins, minerals and enzymes existing in our produce. From beets to aloe to ginger and apple, there are endless possibilities when it comes to combinations that taste great and work wonders for your body. Many people think of juices as a cleanse, but they are also a good option to incorporate daily alongside proper meals.
While many complain about the high cost of the juices, don’t forget that you can totally make your own. All it takes is a handy juicer and a trip to the grocery story. But, if you are ready to invest in the game, check out these top-knotch juice masters to start things off on the right foot.
NEW YORK CITY
Lucky Seven (beets, carrots, pear, orange, pineapple, ginger, lemon)
Spicy Citrus (grapefruit, orange, lemon, ginger, cayenne powder)
Grasshopper (apple, pear, pineapple, wheatgrass, mint)
Killer X (apple, lemon, ginger, immunity now)
Royal Flush (pineapple, pear, ginger, liver kidney, lymph detox, aloe vera)
Blueberry, coconut, pear
Carrot, apple, ginger
Spinach, honeydew, kiwi, lemongrass, cilantro
Green #2 (romaine, spinach, celery, parsley, cucumber, kale, apple, lemon)
deStress (strawberry, apple, coconut)
Happy (pineapple, pear, ginger, mint)
Greenhouse Juice Co.
Pink Milk (almond milk, beet, maple syrup)
The Good (romaine, spinach, cucumber, celery, lemon, himalayan salt)
Wake Up (orange, lemon, grapefruit, liquid cayenne)
The Good Press (COMING SOON!)