Juice Press Puts the “Oh” in H2O
Posted On Jun 07, 2016
Moving beyond the cold-pressed and organic juices for which it’s known, Juice Press offers delish new water infusions with health benefits galore.
We all know we’re supposed to stay hydrated as we careen down the hectic highways of modern-day living. (What have they always said about “eight glasses a day”?) Maintaining relationships, decoding family matters, racing around between this and that (via subway, minivan, fixed-gear, or your own two feet), meeting job expectations, staying fit, hopefully treating yourself, hopefully nurturing your passions, probably bingeing on Netflix now and then, maybe occasionally reading a chapter of a good book… There’s a lot to do. Who needs the potential fatigue, constipation, digestive disorders, blood pressure fluctuations, weight gain, and UTI’s associated with dehydration? Not us. Not you.
(juicepress.com), one of our all-time favorite sources of nutrient-dense and naturally-delicious cold-pressed and organic juices, has recently brought new oomph to your agua. It’s new line of infused waters ($2.75 for a 16.4 ounce bottle) offers hydration alongside health-forward lifts, such as their vegan probiotic called Proviotic, antioxidant-rich cinnamon, vitamin C, stress-relieving rose, immune-boosting ginger with vitamin C, and amino acid-dense, cleansing aloe. These wonder waters are available in-store at Juice Press brick-and-mortars in New York City, the Hamptons, New Jersey, Massachusetts, or Connecticut, or for local delivery.
Should you be out of driving distance from a Juice Press, or if you’re just in a DIY mood, read up on these water infusions’ wellness benefits and experiment with making some on your own. The website Helloglow.com has some great ideas on infusing water at home. One way or another, do try to honor the fact that your body is between 55% and 60% water. Refresh, replenish, rehydrate! Just do it.
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