Apple Celery Cucumber Kale Spinach Romaine Lemon
Improving memory, increasing hydration, and detoxifying your system are some of the health benefits of this juice. This delicious juice is filled with dark green veggies that add countless vitamins to your daily diet. The apple and lemon add a light, fruity flavor to this veggie filled juice.
Being one of the most popular tree fruits, Apples have been grown for centuries and have over 7,000 different varieties. Apples are highly available all year round but the peak seasons are from June – November. Easily juiced and enjoyed, apples provide high amounts of Fiber, Vitamin A, and Vitamin C.
As a somewhat overlooked member of the gourd family, Cucumbers are known as one of the freshest gourds available. Finding a resurgence in the cold-pressed juice community, cucumbers are easy to juice and add a fresh flavor that is hard to miss.
Being one of the most versatile fruits around, lemons are known for their tart, acidic flavor. Lemons can be overlooked for savory juices due to their sour taste, but can be used to freshen up any juice being the final piece of the puzzle. Lemons are high in Vitamin C and used for digestive issues, fatigue, and skin.
As a newly popularized member of the cabbage family, Kale is a leafy green that has been classified as a “superfood”. The flavor of kale sticks out as strong and unique compared to other leafy greens. Kale has a low calorie count but is filled with protein, fiber, Vitamins A, C, and K.
A popular variety of lettuce that grows in a tall head of leaves has been often used for salads. Romaine is a great source of juice that provides more flavor than many greens. Crammed with Vitamin A, romaine has become a staple in the green juices that we produce.
Grown widely across North America, Celery is a long and thick stalk that provides a small, bitter taste to the juices that it occupies. Popularized by soups, stews, and pot roasts, celery has grown into a common ingredient within the cold-pressed juiced community due to its high juice content and low calorie count.
An edible flowering plant that found its origins in central and western Asia, spinach compliments even the most unique juices. Spinach provides a distinct flavor but is also crammed with high levels of Vitamin K, Vitamin A, Magnesium, Folate, and Iron. Spinach is also deemed a “Superfood”.