What’s the difference between cold-pressed. . . and just a cold drink?
Grab-and-go juices are useful in a pressing need during a hectic day. But cold-pressed juices are premium due to the high pressure processing technology (HPP) used to make them after a hydraulic press squashes the fruits and vegetables. Other than the fresh squeezed taste, the minimal heat and air exposure leads to cold-pressed juices retaining more vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. Accompanying a cold-pressed juice with fiber containing foods has been shown to lower LDL (bad) cholesterol. Also, the high pressure inhibits growth of microorganisms, yielding the freshest drink!
Even the minimalistic labeling of cold pressed juices reflects the simplicity of raw ingredients providing maximal benefits.
Featured today is a company based in Los Angeles called Juice Served Here. They boast:
- Produce from local, biodynamic farms
- An arctic cold press
- Zero-waste facility
- Certified organic, non-GMO
Although convenient, cold pressed juices aren’t for a quick-fix solution to weight loss. Drinking cold-pressed is part of a balanced, healthy lifestyle of exercise, community, and laughter.
Replace that soda or frappe with a cold-pressed juice today!