This post was sponsored by Garden of Flavor.
Garden of Flavor is an organic, cold-pressed and all natural juice company. No nasty fillers here! Only fresh, organic produce is used to make some of the healthiest and most beneficial juice, nut mylks, and energy drinks available. Think of these drinks as “wellness elixirs”. You can sip them in between meals, before, during or after a workout, or even keep them by your side as you complete your daily beauty rituals. I love that I can find them in stores I frequent most in the Washington, DC area: Mom’s Organic Market, Whole Foods, and Wegmans!
Today I’m finding some joy in my “Mean Greens.” With nearly 5 pounds of green, leafy vegetables per bottle, this juice contains cucumber, celery, kale, spinach, romaine, lemon, and parsley. Here are some of the benefits:
“Mean Greens” is what I would call an “expert juice” because it doesn’t contain any fruit. But don’t worry, Garden of Flavor has plenty of other Joy Juice blends with a wide variety of veggies that are perfect for any palette. I would recommend “The Grasshopper” for those who desire a sweeter green juice.
I also tried Garden of Flavor’s Wheatgrass Pineapple “Cold-Pressed Energy”. Cold-Pressed Energy fuses the benefits of raw, organic, cold-pressed juice with living probiotic cultures. Living probiotic cultures support immune and digestive health and promote protein utilization. So where does the energy in this blend come from? Thank Garden of Flavor for including guayusa, a rare, naturally caffeinated leaf from the holly tree, native to the Amazon Rainforest of Ecuador. Guayusa delivers 100mg of natural, plant-based caffeine per bottle that provides provide sustainable energy without jitters or crashing. Benefits of Wheatgrass Pineapple include:
Ready to try a wellness elixir by Garden of Flavor? Click here to find out where you can purchase them in your local area.
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