My new addiction! Oh! Juice. Living an active lifestyle, and being a triathlete, runner, adventurer, and more, I sometimes struggle to get all the nutrients I need. Juicing is becoming more and more popular, and I have dabbled here and there. When I tried Oh! Juice for the first time, I fell in love. I don’t know if it was the glass bottles, that made it taste amazing, or just the uniqueness of ever flavor, but I honestly could feel my body absorbing every piece of nutrients each bottle has to offer. After an Oh! Juice, I feel better, more energized, and healthier.
So, what is Oh! Juice?
– 100% organic – They partner with local farmers and use 100% organic produce for their juice.
– Superfood enhanced
– Bottled in Glass – I LOVE this. Not only is it better for the environment, but it makes the juice taste better too!
I think my favorite part of Oh! Juice is that the shelf life is only 5-6 days. This is because they truly believe in keeping all nutrients intact. A lot of juicing companies use an HPP – high pressure processing – to make the shelf life longer for their juices, therefore taking away a lot of the raw nutrients, you just paid for. HPP “neutralizes the benefits of the live enzymes, probiotics, vitamins, proteins, and nutrients that would otherwise be retained in raw and unpasteurized juice.” This is why Oh! Juice is committed to being at local farmer’s markets, delivering fresh juice to you, and even overnighting your juice to your doorstep!
“Suja, a fast-growing brand with $18 million in sales last year, and BluePrint, whose revenue reached $1.4 billion in 2012, are now under fire for allegedly misleading customers about the contents of their cold-pressed juices. The current debate centers around whether juice treated with high pressure processing, or HPP, should in fact be considered “raw.” And as the $3.4 billion cold-pressed juice industry expands to more and more retailers, from Whole Foods to Starbucks to your local grocery store, that’s a whole lot of bottles being called into question.”
– In each juice, you get 3-5lbs of raw organic produce. 3-5lbs!!!! No one is struggling getting their fruits and veggies in with these bad boys
– They deliver to your doorstep, both locally, and they are starting overnight shipping around the country in a few weeks!
– On average it takes 15min to make 1 bottle of juice.
Below is a bowl of produce – This bowl will make up 6 bottles of Juice. It weighs approx. 24lbs.
One of my favorite Oh! Juices for post-workout is the Maca Mylk.
Lastly, what I like about Oh! Juice is that they promote working out and fitness along with their juice cleanses and believe in incorporating juice into your every day lifestyle, too. They ask me for feedback on how I incorporate it into my triathlon training, running training, swim training, etc. Juicing is important for us to get our daily nutrients, and to keep our bodies healthy and alive. After going behind the scenes, and learning about the process that goes into making each juice, I totally understand the cost, but I also understand the benefit oh Oh! Juice. Juicing is a great way to make sure you are getting all your vitamins, minerals, etc. in. On more thing about Oh! Juice, as a company, they are 100% transparent about their processes, how much money they make, cost, etc. I think that’s what I love about them, because I truly think in the world we live in, transparency is the key to brand loyalty, as well as trust with brands.
I recommend trying Oh! Juice. 🙂 #itsworthit
You’re probably wondering…BUT, how much does it cost per bottle? It’s $12.50 a bottle. Definitely on the higher end of juices, but with solid values/passion and best practices in trying to keep all nutrients in tact and give you that true organic and raw juice you want. 🙂
Stay tuned…next week I’m sharing my interview with the founder!
*I’m an ambassador of Oh! Juice. As you all know, I truly only write about and use products I believe in and I only partner with brands I truly believe in. 🙂 My intention is always to share with you 100% full disclosure of my relationship with brands, and why I love them.
Do you juice? What’s your favorite juice? Do you make it at home? Have you ever tried a juice cleanse?