Cleanse Your Body with Organic Juice this Fall

Cleanse Your Body with Organic Juice this Fall

Happy first day of Fall! The kiddos are back at school, the temps are getting cooler, and pumpkin everything is everywhere. Fall is such a beautiful time of year filled with change and transition, which also makes the perfect time for detoxing and cleansing your body. In today’s post where going to share with you why you should cleanse your body with organic juice this Fall.

Cleanse Your Body with Organic  Juice this Fall – Why Fall?

While it’s always a good time to give your body a break from unhealthy eating habits and reset your system with a juice cleanse, the transition from Summer to Fall is a perfect time of year to do a juice cleanse. One reason being is you are boosting your immune system for the upcoming cold and flu season. The more nutrients you can put into your body now, the better off you’ll be.

September is like the new January. Do you feel like this?! It’s a great time of year for new beginnings and starting fresh. Doing a juice cleanse this time of year helps you detox from the unhealthy Summer cookout foods and drinks you may have indulged in the past few months, give your digestive system a break from all the heavy foods you’ve been consuming, and literally start fresh.

Even if you haven’t over-indulged in food and alcohol this Summer, toxins are found all around us and it’s important to detox your system. Toxins are found in beauty products like shampoo and make-up, cleaning products, laundry detergent, even the air we breathe! All of these toxins are absorbed into your body through your skin, which is your largest organ, so it’s super important to give your body a fresh start this Fall.

Cleanse Your Body with Organic Juice this Fall – Some highlights of our cold-pressed juice cleanse are:

  • Our juices are made with 100% organic ingredients. Better for your body, better for the environment. It’s a win-win!
  • Cold-pressed means that the juice is never heated, and is extracted slowly from the fruits and vegetables. Therefore, more nutrients, vitamins, and enzymes are in tact in the juice than from traditional juicing methods. Your body gets a big boost of nutrition with each sip!
  • Our juices are alkalizing and low in sugar.
  • Each day has six juices; three green juices, one lemon-cayenne juice, one root veggie juice, and one delicious almond mylk juice. All juices are made here in house at SurfBerry and are bottled in recyclable glass bottles.

Cleanse Your Body with Organic Juice this Fall – Details on how to participate:

  •  Contact us at (910) 679-8027 to order your cold-pressed juice cleanse.
  • We need a minimum of 5 days to process your juice cleanse order, and help you get prepared for your upcoming cleanse. 
  • You choose how long you want to cleanse for – from one day for beginners to five days if you have cleansed with juices before.
  • Our prices range from $60 for a one day juice cleanse, to $300 for a five day juice cleanse.

Give us a call today at (910) 679-8027 to schedule your cleanse today! Our health coach Kristin will help get you started and explain the process of what to do before, during, and after the juice cleanse.

Health Benefits of Green Leafy Vegetables

Health benefits of green leafy vegetables -

Our last blog post talked about how to make a green smoothie, so this week we wanted to share with you the health benefits of green leafy vegetables so you know why having those green drinks are so incredibly good for you! Plus, we’ll share the different types of green leafy vegetables, and a few ways you can prepare them.

Health Benefits of Green Leafy Vegetables: So many kinds to choose from

From kale to lettuces, to collards and mustard greens, there are so many different types of green leafy vegetables that you can incorporate into your diet. If your new to eating green leafy vegetables, starting with milder greens like spinach and romaine lettuce is a great place to start. Dark leafy green vegetables like kale, collards, dandelion and mustard greens tend to be slightly bitter – but still delicious!

Health Benefits of Green Leafy Vegetables: Why they are so good for you

Green leafy vegetables are often missing in modern diets, and it is recommended that we incorporate them into our daily diet for optimal health and nutrition. Green leafy vegetables give your body energy and vitality, while strengthen the blood and respiratory systems.

Nutritionally, greens are very high in calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, phosphorous, zinc and vitamins A, C, E and K. They are loaded with fiber, folic acid, chlorophyll and many other micronutrients and phytonutrients. Studies show that phytonutrients help fight off degenerative diseases like cancer, diabetes, and high blood pressure.

Green leafy vegetables are a natural detoxifier and are especially great to eat during the Spring time to help detox the body after eating heavy winter foods. If you’re looking to detox your body this Spring, give one of our Cold Press Juice Cleanses a try! Each day has 3 delicious green juices, along with 3 other juices, to help detox your body naturally. Click here to learn more about the benefits of doing our cold press juice cleanse.

Health Benefits of Green Leafy Vegetables: Ways to prepare them

There are 2 main ways to prepare your green leafy vegetables to get the most nutrients into your body.

    • Raw: Salads, green juice, and green smoothies are great ways to add a lot of green leafy vegetables into you daily diet. Aiming for 1 green drink and 1 big salad a day will help you get the 9-13 daily serving of veggies your body needs to thrive. No time to make your own juice or smoothie? Stop by SurfBerry and let us make it for you!
    • Saute: We love sautéing up greens like collards and kale in the morning with our breakfast for an energy boost. Simply heat a skillet over medium heat, with 1 tsp. of raw, organic coconut oil (or healthy oil of your choice), a dash of black pepper and a dash of sea salt. Cook the greens, turning constantly, until they turn bright green. This only takes a minute or two. You don’t want them to turn dark or blackish because then you have cooked most of the nutrients out.

We’d love to hear from you! What’s your favorite green leafy vegetable? Let us know in the comments below!