Happy Hump Day folks! Hope week two has been treating you well thus far. This week we are featuring our friend Amy of Be Well Juice Company!
There are many different opinions, pros, and cons in regards to juicing (such as juice detox, juice cleansing). In some cases, the word juicing can have a negative ring to it but it shouldn’t. The purpose of our challenge is to eat real food.
We’re not promoting a juice detox or cleanse during the 2014 PaleoRx nutrition challenge, so why are we talking about juice? We want to be aware of what we nourish our bodies with and juice can be included in the list of foods and liquids that we intake. From our standpoint, juice isn’t as much of a food as it is a supplement. Depending on your goals you might want to try a juice cleanse in the future.
Whether you’re making your own or buying from a juice bar/company, it will be better than the sugar induced, bottled and processed juice you find on the shelves in stores. You’ll know what ingredients are in the juice you make or choose to buy. These juices can be a great supplement to your meals, but it should not replace your food.
Food for thought:
– Dear Mark: What’s Wrong With Juicing?
– Juicing vs. Blending
– 5 Things, PBS
“At Be Well Juice Co, we provide cold-pressed, raw, and unpasteurized plant based juices and raw Non-Milk Milk for home or work delivery to the Seattle area. We have 1-7 day juice options with a variety of flavors. Each day consist of 6 (16 fl oz) bottles of healthy goodness! Juices can be consumed with food to help increase our daily vegetable intake or alone for its detoxing and cleansing abilities. There are many benefits to juicing – it can help improve our immune system, clear our skin, and prevent against many diseases just to name a few! By removing the fiber, we allow vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients to be absorbed quickly into our bodies. Juicing can also serve as delicious avenue to intake vegetables you normally wouldn’t eat.
Grab a juice package for yourself or share with friends and family! Juices are made to order to ensure quality and freshness. Non-Milk Milk can last up to 72 hours and juices up to 96 hours after bottling with refrigeration. For juices – a minimum order of 6 bottles [1-day $48] is required but no minimum order for non-milk milk. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions and ordering info.
Live Happy and Be Well!”
Order by 10pm Wednesday May 7th, Deliver to FCF 7am-8am May 9th Friday
Order by 10pm Friday May 9th, Deliver to FCF 7am-8am May 12th Monday
Order by 10pm Wednesday May 14th, Deliver to FCF 7am-8am May 16th Friday
Amy has a couple discounts for us if you’re interested in purchasing yourself or pitching in as a group/team!
$5 off purchase of $50 or more
$10 off purchase of $100 or more
$15 off purchase of $150 or more
can be used more than once
Juice Package Options
One day’s worth of cleanse includes six 16 fl oz bottles of juice. It is best enjoyed within 72-84 hours of delivery!
1-Day Cleanse $48.00
3-Day Cleanse $142.50 ($47.50/day – save $1.50)
5-Day Cleanse $235.00 ($47/day – save $5)* (2 deliveries)
7-Day Cleanse $322.00 ($46/day – save $14)* (2 deliveries)
orange love – orange, carrot, turmeric
a, beet, c’s – apple, red beet, carrot, lemon
gut it out! – pear, carrot, pineapple, ginger
holy kale – kale, celery, cucumber, apple, pineapple, lemon
greentastic – kale, spinach, chard, celery, cucumber, parsley, lemon, ginger
so fresh & so green – spinach, arugula, celery, parsley, lemon [coming soon]
Non-Milk, Milk Options (best enjoyed within 48-72 hours):
Sweet Almond Milk; almond, date, sea salt, filtered water, 16 fl oz $8.25
Coconut Almond Milk; homemade coconut butter, almond, date, sea salt, coconut water, 16 fl oz $9.00
Sweet Coconut Milk; coconut, date, filtered water, 16 fl oz $9.00
Sweet Hemp Milk; hemp seed, date, filtered water, 16 fl oz $9.25
If you would like to place an order, please send an e-mail to Sheena [email@example.com]
Questions about the actual juice, prices, etc. please send to Amy [firstname.lastname@example.org]