PERREAULT Magazine October 2014 - Page 63

Perreault Magazine - 63 -

Fresh vs Bottled

Fresh juice not only contains greater nutritional value, it contains life. Fresh pressed juice is like drinking a natural vitamin filled with living enzymes, essential minerals, antioxidants, and natural antibiotics, which are vital for optimal health. Bottled juices are pasteurized which means they are heated and processed, which can kill vitamins and minerals.

Why organic

Organic farming use methods that minimize the use of toxins while building soil quality and protecting water quality. Additionally, buying organic supports chemical and pesticide-free practices that are healthier for our farmers and for our planet. Lastly, we feel that organic foods have more intense and delicious flavors.

Why Glass

While many people love our glass bottles a few have asked why we don't have a more lightweight travel-friendly alternative. We are working on finding something but truth be told, plastic is plastic no matter how you slice it and its rival, the biodegradable product PLA takes a large amount of energy to produce. We find that glass is the number one choice when striving to be the most environmentally friendly.


4 Kale Leaves

2 Apples

1 Pear

1 Medium Cucumber

Makes approximately: 16 oz.

This is a great tasting and nourishing drink to help lightly cleanse your body and give you a steady flow of energy throughout your day. Make sure you are juicing everything as you see it in this photo - including the skin of the cucumber. This simple, inexpensive, yet highly effective juice, is part of what I refer to as a “staple” in my new juicing book coming out next month.

To learn more about juicing and see great healthy recipes, go to:

Peter Shane