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Peak Bagger Juice

Regular price $9.25 USD
Regular price Sale price $9.25 USD
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Flavor Profile: Savory with a hint of sweetness 
Fruit/Vegetable Ratio: Vegetable

Ingredients: Organic celery, organic red cabbage, organic beet, organic ginger, organic lemon

This nitric-oxide boosting blend of celery, red cabbage and beets will help power your next hike, run or workout. 

Health Benefits: 

  • Digestive Health
  • Heart Health
  • Brain Health
  • Anti-Cancer

Size: 12 oz.  

Celery juice can help reduce blood glucose and cholesterol,7,27 as well as blood pressure, which can strengthen the heart.28  

Cabbage juice is anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer, and can help prevent and heal peptic ulcers and help relieve ulcerative colitis symptoms.1 Red cabbage juice provides anthocyanins for heart health and red blood cell protection, as well as polyphenols that support brain health. 

Beet juice is rich in natural nitrates, which your body converts to nitric oxide (NO,) improving blood flow and boosting stamina.4 Beet juice has been shown to lower blood pressure and improve other heart health markers.5  

Ginger is anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-cancer, anti-oxidative, immunity boosting, and a digestive aid.1


What's the shelf life?

The fresh, unpasteurized juice that we make has a 4-5 day shelf life, stored properly. We date mark your juice with this "drink by" date on the cap. We recommend freezing any juice that you will not consume by the "drink by" date as soon as possible, then thaw overnight in the refrigerator when you are ready to enjoy it. Freezing does an excellent job of retaining vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and live enzymes. (Never use heat to thaw your raw juice.)

How is my order delivered?

We pack your juice into coolers to maintain proper temperature and deliver it ourselves. You'll receive a text message when we are on our way. If you are not home, just leave a cooler on the porch in the shade with an ice pack, and we will place your order in the cooler.

Is juice healthy?

In a 2017 meta-analysis of 95 studies, researchers concluded that 10 servings of fruits and vegetables per day are needed for maximum protection from heart disease, cardiovascular disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, cancer and premature death. That's 1.75 lbs of produce!

Juicing making makes it easy
to get your fruits and veggies in. In the juicing process, the plant cell walls are broken open and the nutrition is liberated, making the vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals more absorbable by your body. By removing the insoluble fiber, you concentrate the nutrition of all those fruits and vegetables into one delicious, drinkable beverage. The soluble fiber remains in the juice, so you still get all the cholesterol lowering, blood sugar regulating, and weight loss benefits of soluble fiber.

Most people can safely consume fresh, unpasteurized juice. If you have a particular health concern, please consult your doctor.