London, Paris, Melbourne, Boise. Wherever you live — or travel to — there’s bound to be a top notch juice bar near you.
Some pomegranate health claims are accurate. Here’s the skinny on what the real health benefits of pomegranate are vs. the ones marketers overstate.
There’s been a flurry of beverage industry news lately, and most of it falls in the fail department. Soda- and commercial juice-makers try all kinds of marketing techniques to make us think that their products are natural, healthy, and even good for the planet. At the end of the day, it’s up to us as consumers to look past the marketing and see what’s really in the bottle.
DIY smoothies and juices are quite the rage these days, and I’m listening. Green smoothies are next on my to-try list. Wanna’ join me? I have a few tools to help us get started…
Greenwash by beverage producers with products aimed at kids seems to becoming more common. Last week, I wrote about how MINUTE MAID Fruit Punch recently added artificial sweetener to it [ … ]
This juice shot combination leaves you full of energy with no sugar or caffeine!
Are you interested in drinking your daily intake of fruits and vegetables? Finding a good juicer can make or break your plans to introduce juice into your diet. As we’ve mentioned in this blog before, juicing will help your body feel rejuvenated, refreshed and will improve your health and energy level generally. Here is a primer on buying a juicer.
As someone who writes about greenwash fairly regularly, I wasn’t surprised bySkinny Girl cocktail’s misleading “natural ingredients” label or Taco Bell’s “meat taco filling” being only 36% meat. But even [ … ]
If you’re a regular reader here, chances are soda’s not your thing, and if you do enjoy a sodapop, moderation is the name of the game. But did you know that those fruit drinks on store shelves can actually contain more sugar than soda?
A few years ago, if you’d mentioned ‘tailored juices’ to me, I wouldn’t have had a clue what you were talking about, but ever since discovering this way of juicing, I haven’t looked back.
Dr. Bob Sandor of Lab Analytical Balance used a moisture analyzer to determine the water content of 100% juice (not drinks) from various fruits and vegetables, and he’s kindly shared the results in a handy infographic that shows the water, sugar, and calorie contents of different juices.
Juicing is taking the world by storm. There are countless books on juicing, juicing celebrities, and even juicing documentaries. One by one, people are getting addicted to juicing.
A couple months ago, I wrote a story on arsenic in apple juice. This was the gist of it:
While the EPA limits arsenic in our drinking water to 10 parts per billion, recent tests have found the amount of arsenic in apple juice (Mott’s Apple Juice, in particular) to be 55 parts per billion — 5.5 times more than what the EPA will let us drink!