We know you’re gonna want to detox after Thursday. Here are some new veggie juices to get you started.
Juice Press’s Pumpkin Spice contains 550 percent (!) of your daily dose of vitamin A, thanks to the carrot juice it touts as its primary ingredient. Still, you won’t feel like Bugs Bunny when sipping this down — it’s like a creamy, cold Pumpkin Spice Latte. The juice is cold-pressed, meaning that it contains way more nutrients than a pasteurized version, which kills enzymes (but provides a longer shelf-life). $7, www.juicepress.com
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Aloha’s The Daily Good isn’t a drink — it’s a whole-food powder that you stir into water or another beverage of your choice. That powder packs a powerful punch, with wild blueberries, coconut water, wheatgrass juice, spinach, three types of mushrooms and a slew of other healthy ingredients. The patented process purees then dries the ingredients, so the fiber and other nutrients aren’t lost in the shuffle. The powder is pretty tasteless, so it blends seamlessly into your drink. $75 for a 30-day supply, www.aloha.com
The raw, cold-pressed juice from Daily Greens is already a big hit in the Southwest, and now makes its debut at Whole Foods. Founder Shauna Martin is a breast cancer survivor who created the juices after experiencing juicing’s restorative efforts on her body. Each of her juices contains nine servings of fruits and veg (6 pounds of the stuff!), plus fiber. We also love the lower sugar and calorie counts. $7.99, Whole Foods