Naked Juice is my drink of choice.
They are a company that makes ready packaged juice and smoothie blends with 100% and only adding in the really really good stuff like natural vitamins and minerals. That means NO added sugar, preservatives or artificial anything.
If ever there is an ill feeling in my body; sickness, stomach ache, hangover, I always reach for a Naked Juice. As a sponsor on my school’s campus, they were sold in every cafeteria and coffee stand. There would be days when I only had 4 dollars to spend on food for the day at school, and that 4 dollar would go to a Naked Juice. It would sustain me from 10 am to 4 pm. Most of the juices are more similar to smoothies because of their thicker consistency. The other juices are super concentrated, and often times I would mix them with water in a cup to stretch it out over an excruciatingly long work day.
They have many different flavors for different needs you may have. When I am having stomach ache or am hurting from a night of partying, I like to drink a Superfoods blend. They have Red Machine, Blue Machine, Green Machine, Acai Machine, and Power C Machine, named after their color and primary ingredients. They are filled with good for you fruits that help your immune system. They are big 16 oz bottles that are easy enough to drink, but are substantial.
Antioxidant blends are really good too. They are tart, and thicker than a regular juice, its similar to POM juice. I like to mix it with some water to stretch it out longer. They have antioxidant rich fruit like pomegranates, blueberries and cherries.
Naked Juice also has Protein blends, Well Being Juice blends, and pure Orange and Apple juice. I’ve never had a bad bottle and never not enjoyed a new flavor.
Bonus – Their bottles are made from 100% recycled plastics, and the company is seriously committed to sustainability.
Negative – Their juice is too expensive to consume on a daily basis, unless you stock up and buy them on sale. But I hate that cause I like to decided what kind of juice I need to give myself.
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