Thursday, March 7, 2013

Suja organic juices review.

Right before we left for Singapore, one of my "organic mom friends" introduced me to the latest in organic juices. I had mentioned to her that I'd been having trouble getting in Linna's "quota" of veggies every day, and she told me I had to try Suja Organic Juices. I picked a few up from Whole Foods, and decided to try them for myself first, and then see what the little miss thought about them.

Suja is a cold pressed, freshly-squeezed blend of raw organic fruits, veggies, and other nutritious foods. I found this unbelievable, but many of their juices have two pounds of fruits in veggies in the 16 oz. bottle! Juicing is something I have done at home for our family with our juicer, but I hate the mess, clean-up, and the fact that the juices only stay good in the refrigerator for a couple days. I love knowing what is going into my juices, which is why I've done juicing at home. Suja does all the work for me, and their juices keep in the refrigerator for a few weeks!

So far, we have tried the Green Supreme, Glow, Fuel, Purify, and Vanilla Cloud blends of Suja. My husband and I both agree that our favorites are the Green Supreme and Vanilla Cloud. I could drink the Green Supreme like water, as it tastes like apple juice with a little lemon. I seriously can't taste the kale, but there's a lot of kale in this drink. Vanilla Cloud tastes like desert. Yum! It's made with organic almond milk, coconut milk, vanilla bean, and honey. This drink is so delicious, and I drink it whenever I have a craving for sweets.

Yes, I will admit that these juices are pricey, at about eight bucks a pop. However, when I factor in what it would cost me to make freshly-squeezed, organic juices at home, the price is worth it to me. Since they are more expensive than other juices that you can find at the grocery store, I just add a little bit to Linna's water, so we go through one bottle every couple days. Although I don't do well with cleanses, and these juices are part of a cleanse that is growing in popularity, we will continue to drink them for the nutritional benefits. Suja gives me peace of mind, as I give my growing toddler the vitamins and nutrients that she isn't getting from everyday foods. Now, if I could only get Suja in Singapore.


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