Why We Never Sweeten with Agave

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Agave is derived from a plant, a giant succulent, sometimes incorrectly referred to as a cactus. Many companies and agave brands boast that it is all natural- and this is usually true. However, there are lots of natural things that aren’t great for your body. Cyanide is found in plants,. Read More

Regular Sugar: Never again

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Granulated sugar is probably what comes to mind when you think sugar. It is typically white, and fairly sand-like in texture.  This sugar is popular for baking. Back in the day, cubes were popular for morning coffee and are still used in authentic Irish coffees.  The source of table sugar. Read More

Stevia: Friend or Foe? You be the Judge.

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Stevia is most frequently used as a sugar substitute/sweetener to cut down or eliminate calories while maintaining sweetness.  Many people assume stevia is like other alternative sweetening agents- grouping stevia with equal, splenda and sweet ‘n low.  However, there are major differences between these sweetening agents. The first and foremost. Read More

Chia Seeds

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Chia seeds are a nutrient dense food indigenous to southern Mexico and Guatemala.  The story of chia begins around 2500 BC.  These little seeds were a staple in the Aztec diet, a civilization known for including some of the healthiest foods into their diet.  This ‘miracle food’ was utilized by. Read More

The Low Down on Pink Himalayan Salt

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Pink salt is harvested from the Himalayan mountain range and has been kept preserved under ice and lava for thousands of years (at least).  Therefore, this salt is believed to have been protected from modern day pollution.  Moreover, the salt has been given time to soak up minerals from its. Read More

Kale Yeah!

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Kale is wonderful. It’s versatile; easily suited for salads, smoothies or dehydrated into ‘chips’. Moreover, kale is one of the most nutritionally dense foods on the planet; low in calories but high in the good stuff. There are many different types of kale including curly kale (the most popular in. Read More

Pomegranate Power

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Our seasonal drink, Liquid Love, includes delicious ingredients- meyer lemon, blood orange, honey tangerine- but the star of the show is pomegranate. Pomegranate has a unique flavor profile for a fruit- sweet but a little tangy and super robust. Pomegranates are birthed from small fruit-bearing trees and are technically a. Read More

Why I Cleanse Every Fall

Categories: Blog, Inspiration, Mental Health, Optimum Health, Personal Stories, Yoga

Here in the Midwest fall is in full swing.  And while I begrudgingly let go of sunny days, outdoor yoga, and fresh garden goodies, my heart has turned. Autumn has always been my favorite season. Maybe it’s that snap of cool weather and the vibrant colors all around us, or. Read More

My Top 5 favorite Superfoods

Categories: Blog, Holistic Healing, Inspiration, Natural Healing, Optimum Health, Personal Stories, Success Story, Superfoods, Video Blog Tags: Acerola Berry, Blue-Green Algae, Goji Berry, Hemp Seed, Maitake Mushroom, Marine Phytoplankton, Reishi Mushroom

Hi there, it’s Dean from Juice Rx. Thank you for taking the time to watch my second video where I shared another important catalyst of my amazing health transformation—raw food. When I healed myself of Ulcerative Colitis more than five years ago (again, a modern dis-ease that traditional medicine knows. Read More

How Raw Saved my Life

Categories: Blog, Holistic Healing, Natural Healing, organic food, Raw Food Diet, Success Story, Video Blog Tags: Cashews, Salads, Smoothies, Sprouting Nuts, Sprouting Seeds

Hi there, it’s Dean from Juice Rx. Thank you so much for letting me share my health story with you. It’s been a wild transformation, and I’m thrilled to share everything I’ve learned. Today I’m going to talk about something that was the foundation of my health transformation. If you’re. Read More