I’ve been a fan of Naked Juice for a long time and have even been tossing around the idea of doing a juice cleanse with their cold pressed juices. Getting all of those fruits and veggies in one flavorful bottle is just so awesome and refreshing! With a longstanding commitment to high-quality ingredients and masterful blending, they’ve leveraged their expertise to create five new veggie-forward cold-pressed juices made with simple ingredients. With my on-the-go lifestyle, from karate class to community group, school to grocery runs, these new blends are convenient to grab and go and filled with a healthy dose of fruits and veggies.
My current Naked Pressed fave is Cool Pineapple, filled with a blend of pineapple, cucumber, and lemon with a touch of filtered water, it’s an excellent dose of Vitamin C.
But Bright Greens, a refreshing blend of eight juices – apple, cucumber, celery, lettuce, lemon, kale, spinach and wheatgrass, is a close second.
Each of the Naked Cold Pressed Juice is made with ready-to-eat, high quality fruits and vegetables that are cold-pressed right into the bottle. The juices are shipped immediately to ensure only the highest-quality, best-tasting juice hits the shelf every time.
Also available is Lively Carrot, which blends together carrot, apple, orange, cucumber, and lemon juices with a hint of vanilla and turmeric.
And Bold Beet, a blend of pineapple, cucumber and lemon juices with a touch of filtered water.
My husband’s current favorite is Hearty Greens, a blend of nine juices – celery, apple, lettuce, cucumber, orange, spinach, lemon, wheatgrass and kale with a hint of spearmint.
Naked Pressed have no added sugar, no preservatives and are verified by the Non GMO Project, which makes them an easy choice. You can find Naked Pressed in your local
Best West Coast stores and coming soon nationwide.
For more information, including where you can purchase new Naked Cold Pressed Juice, visit their website.
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