Cold Off The Press: This Week’s 4 Juicy Favourites

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Radiance CleanseVital Green

What’s Juicin’: Cucumber, Apple, Lime, Spinach, Parsley
You’ll Love This: As we have already established… green is good. It’s that simple. Radiance Cleanse achieves a perfectly flavourful balance with this sweet green combination. Parsley is an absolute powerhouse for juicing with its anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory phytonutrients and flavonoids. If that hasn’t trapped you into a Google-search labyrinth; parsley also contains chlorophyll, vitamin A, B, C, and K, folate and iron… for which the benefits are endless!
Get Some: Christina Agnew and Clare Neill founded Radiance Cleanse in 2009 and have been delivering their fine-tuned concoctions to welltodo Londoners ever since, with great success. Their beautiful website contains loads of information about each cleanse, the benefits, and of course… an online store from which you can order yourself some of the good stuff: www.radiancecleanse.com 
Bonus Points: Certified Organic

Radiance Cleanse

Image: Radiance Cleanse


Blend & Press | No.4 Radiance

What’s Juicin’/Blendin’: Berries, Beetroot, Basil
You’ll Love This: Radiance is definitely the flavour of the week. A combination that is rich in antioxidants to fight free radical damage and support youthful, glowing skin. The basil adds a wicked twist to this summery blend.
Get Some: You went wild for our Instagram announcement about this new juicing gem that has sprung up in Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden. Owner, Emma Wood, has partnered with Neals Yard Remedies to bring you juices and blends packed with organic superfoods from the original London gurus. Pure genius! Stop by for a chat and a taste: 16a Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9DP. www.blendandpress.com

Blend and Press

Image: Instagram via @BlendandPress


Daylesford OrganicB Nourished

What’s Juicin’: Apple, Beetroot, Red Cabbage, Tomato, Radish, Fennel, Red Pepper, Horseradish
You’ll Love This: Daylesford Organic have JUST launched their long-awaited cold-pressed juice range. The benefits of this bad boy, straight from the horse’s mouth… “keep your body and mind running in harmony with the iron and folate in this juice. Iron supports a healthy, energy-yielding metabolism and folate (Vitamin B9) is valuable for both your brain power and reducing fatigue.” Enough said!
Get Some: Daylesford Organic have two London-based Farmshops and Cafes, in Notting Hill (currently closed for an exciting refurbishment) and Pimlico. Their ‘flagship’ Farmshop in Gloucestershire is well worth a visit, and you’ll find some of their range stocked in the Selfridges Food Hall and on Ocado. Locations are listed here
Bonus Points: Sustainable Farming +  Certified Organic

Daylesford

Image: Instagram via @DaylesfordFarm


Roots & Bulbs | C3 Carrot

What’s Juicin’: Carrot, Apple, Melon, Herb
You’ll Love This: An all-rounder that is both nourishing and refreshing – with a great balance of fruit and vegetable. Carrot juice helps to regulate your blood sugar levels and has strong healing properties with all its phytonutrients; plus pro-vitamin A, vitamins C, D, E, K, B1 and B6! Wowzer!
Get Some: Under the nutritional guidance of Dr. Ian Marber (AKA The Food Doctor), Roots & Bulbs opened their first cold-pressed juice bar to the public earlier this year, and word on the street is that they have another juice bar in the pipeline for South West Londoners (ahem, in South Kensington maybe?!). 5 Thayer Street, Marylebone, London W1U 3JG. www.rootsandbulbs.com
Bonus Points: Organic

Roots & Bulbs

Image: Instagram via @welltodolondon

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