Make Our Juice + Bar Part of Your Healthy Lifestyle
As if a rainbow of fresh, bold flavors isn’t reason enough to stop by your local Native Sun Juice + Bar, here’s another one: The fruits and veggies in our organic juices and smoothies can help support your goals for healthy weight management (and your overall well-being). Here’s how:
The fiber in produce can help you feel fuller longer, putting hunger pangs at bay between meals.
Juices and smoothies can take the place of less nutritious snacks and help you resist temptation.
If having several smaller meals per day is part of your plan, a smoothie is a good meal replacement choice.
Working more fruits and vegetables into your day delivers significant health benefits, and juices and smoothies make it easy to load up on vitamins, minerals and, antioxidants. Here are just some of the benefits, according to choosemyplate.gov:
Diets rich in fiber may lower the risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes.
Most produce is naturally low-fat and lower in calories.
A diet packed with fruits and vegetables may lower the risk of heart disease.
Some fruits and vegetables as part of an overall good diet may offer protection against certain types of cancers.
Our Juice and Smoothie Menus
All-organic produce with a focus on the best of the season—what more can you ask of a healthy beverage? These are just some of the delicious and nutritious options on our juice and smoothie menus at all three Native Sun stores, offered in 12- or 16-ounce sizes:
Bill Chill: Organic pineapple, organic lime, organic cucumber, and organic mint
Spice Girl: Organic orange, organic pineapple, organic lime, and organic jalapeno
Swamp Life: Organic kale, organic spinach, organic orange, organic pineapple, organic kiki, and organic ginger
The Green One: Organic kale, organic cucumber, organic broccoli, and organic apple
The Green Too: Organic cucumber, organic celery, organic spinach, and organic parsley
(Learn more about the benefits of fresh organic juices in this segment of First Coast Living’s Food for Thought, with Native Sun owner Aaron Gottlieb and Executive Chef Eric Haney.)
Cheeky Monkey: Organic mango, organic banana, organic strawberry, organic apple juice, and organic agave nectar
Matcha Cha Cha: Organic mango, organic avocado, organic matcha, organic coconut water, organic vanilla, and local honey
Grasshopper: Organic banana, organic spinach, organic cacao nibs, organic peppermint, organic soy milk, and organic agave nectar
For Limited Time — Chocolate Covered Strawberry: organic strawberry. organic banana. organic cacao. almond milk. organic agave. — Available through March 1st, this seasonal smoothie makes the perfect seasonal treat!
Making your own? We have everything you need
Every fruit and vegetable in our produce departments is organic, so shopping for clean ingredients to make your own juices and smoothies is easy. We also have plenty of healthy additions you can take home:
Blue Majik: This simple blue-green algae delivers bright color and a nutrient-dense punch to smoothies. Pick up Blue Majik powder at Native Sun in single packs or a 50-gram jar.
CBD Oil: One of the non-psychoactive compounds in hemp plants, CBD oil and other CBD products may help ease conditions such as sleep problems, anxiety and chronic pain. We carry PlusCBD Oil™ Gold CBD drops, Fountain of Health Blood Orange CBD Oil, and Charlotte’s Web CBD oil.
Turmeric: Turmeric has been in the news lately for several good reasons—it contains curcumin, a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound. Our recipe for a Golden Milk Turmeric Smoothie is a great way to try this beneficial supplement (and you can pick up Gaia Herbs’ Golden Milk at Native Sun).
Matcha: Green tea is a go-to choice for antioxidants and matcha puts that power in powder form. It’s slightly sweet flavor makes this superfood a good choice to include in your smoothie. Try this quick and easy recipe for a Matcha Peach Collagen Smoothie using Vital Proteins Peach Matcha Collagen.
Chia seeds: Tiny but mighty, heart-healthy chia seeds bring a lot to your smoothie: 11 grams of fiber, calcium, potassium, vitamins A, C and E, and more. Here’s a Blackberry Beet Smoothie recipe that includes chia seeds to get you started.