Cold pressed juice is made by pressing fruits and vegetables into a pulp to extract juice. This preserves up to five times more nutritional content than traditional juicing methods. Cold pressed juices are also free from any added preservatives, artificial sweeteners, or colors.

Homemade juice is free from preservatives and additives, both of which can alter the taste and nutrient value of your juice. Juice from the store is pasteurized, a process that heats juice to destroy bacteria. It's great for shelf stability, but the heat from pasteurization also kills beneficial enzymes and micronutrients (a.k.a phytochemicals).

Homemade juice is customizable. You know exactly what ingredients are going into your body, and you can cater to your specific nutritional needs. Bottled or frozen juice simply can't compare with the taste of fresh squeezed juice.


You know exactly what you’re putting into your body when you drink homemade juice and home made dessert. There are no artificial colors, preservatives, sugar, or corn syrup added—unlike store-bought juice and ice cream.


Nut milk is delicious and nutritious, which is reason enough to incorporate it into your diet. Milks made from almonds, cashews, hazelnuts, and pecans, for example, are rich in antioxidants, such as vitamin E, and provide a brain-friendly supply of mono- and poly-unsaturated fats.


Instead of paying for expensive water or low percentage of almonds, when you make your own you know you're drinking quality. By making your own you also avoid all of the additives, preservatives and thickeners and guarantee you are drinking it at its purest state.


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