pressed juicery

pressed juicery

Health has become such an important topic in my life that when I discover something healthy and delicious, I make sure to keep this in my diet. I stumbled upon Pressed Juicery when we lived in downtown Los Angeles. For several months, we had their delivery service, in which they would deliver 12 fresh juices to your front door on a schedule. It was amazing- convenient and delicious. The juices arrived perfectly packaged, with cool packs to keep them fresh. Now that we live in Calabasas, we generally go to the Pressed Juicery location on Westlake Village. They have recently opened one here in Calabasas, but I have yet to try it. I also heard wonderful things about their freezes, which I have not yet tried. As for their fresh juices, I usually order 6-10 at a time for future use. Pressed Juicery recommends drinking the juices within 3 days, which I usually do. The juices range from $6.50 to $8.50 but sometimes they have specials. My favorites are usually the not overly sweet juices like Greens 1, 1.5, 2, 3 and 4. Roots 1, 2 and 3 and Citrus 1. I also like the Strawberry Almond and Chocolate Almond for some protein. If you like something adventurous, the chlorophyll H20 (which literally taste just like water) or the activated charcoal lemonade is different. I’m a foodie and I usually eat what I want, though in moderation. My not so amazing eating habits sometimes makes me feel guilty and when I drink a few Pressed Juicery here and there, I feel like I am at least doing something positive for myself. Cold pressed juices have higher nutritional content and a perfect way to get some extra vitamins and minerals. Best of all, they’re pretty yummy. If you can’t find a Pressed Juicery nearby or think they are too pricey, the grocery stores have some great alternatives like Suja, Naked Press, or Bolthouse.