We Have Juicy Gossip!

On actual juice that is. Cold pressed juice is on the come up and I’m here to give you all the details. This “magical”, all natural juice is supposed to give you all the health in the world while matching your instagram aesthetic. Is all the hype worth it? I think so! If you do your research on where you are getting them from and you are aware of what is actually in them, It can be really good for you. Some popular items in these juices

Organic cold-pressed raw vegetable juices


  • Turmeric & Cayenne
    • These both have an abundance of benefits but their main one is anti-inflammatory properties and boosting metabolism. Just make sure to take a small amount because too much can sometimes have negative effects.
  • Activated Charcoal
    • This has been shown to relieve bloating, get rid of toxins, and promote a healthy digestive system.
  • Ginger
    • Helps metabolism while also reducing inflammation. This is usually paired with the tumeric and cayenne to even it all out.

You may be wondering, does it taste good? Sometimes. It really is an acquired taste. If you get a cold pressed juice that has kale in it, it’s going to taste like kale with other random veggies/herbs mixed in. If you drink one that is tumeric & ginger, it’s going to burn a little the first couple sips. If you don’t feel up to drinking a bottle full of veggies then health shots might be a better option!

Health shots are basically a shot of cold pressed juice, but it has more of the ingredients in it due to it being a smaller amount. If you have any mental, health, or energy issues, there will be a health shot for it. With how popular these are becoming, the possibilities are endless with the amount of benefits, flavors, and places you can get them. Since they can get a little pricey, you can make your own!

Cold pressed juices are a good quick fix after binge eating your late night snacks, but the benefits are endless if you are really dedicated to becoming a healthier you! Before trying these healthy juices, make sure to do your research on what is best for you and consult a doctor with any questions!

  • Don’t wait for the opportunity, create it. –

Alexis Kisgen

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