October 23, 2012 By 1 Comment
– feeling heavy and tired?
– disorganized at home or work?
– wanting to fit into your skinny jeans?
If you answered YES, then reach your goals by joining us on a super easy 5 day cleanse to detoxify and energize your body and mind!
This ultra-fab cleanse will involve 5 days of eating clean, whole foods, clean, nutritional juices, and cutting out the things that make us feel lethargic and heavy. We will guide you through what to eat and how to make it. We will assign you daily journal topics to work through the clutter in your mind as an added bonus. You will focus on breaking up and removing toxins, rebuilding your immune system as you replenish the nutrients, raising your body’s energy levels, eliminating gas and bloating, reaching your optimal weight, overcoming allergies and illness and learning how to prepare nutritious meals for you and your family
October 13, 2012 By 2 Comments
What’s All the Hype About Eating Locally?
Recently a Stanford University study disproved the positive benefits of organic, a claim which health and nutrition experts have rallied to rebuff. But what about eating local foods?
At this year’s TEDxManhattan “Changing the Way We Eat” conference, Mitchell Davis, Vice President of the James Beard Foundation, presented a talk called “Tasting Our Way to a Better Food System.” Mitchell argues that if we were to make both personal and political food decisions based on taste, we could actually create a food system that provides everyone with the right to healthful and delicious food. With a focus on local products you have a smaller selection of seasonal ingredients, but those foods taste better and cost less than out-of-season organic produce grown in far-flung locales. Moreover, unlike organic produce and proteins – which the Stanford study disproved to be more nutrient-dense than conventional produce – local foods are more nutritious than those shipped over long distances. Buying local is also better for the environment, your money supports small farms and more money goes directly to farmers, instead of Big Agriculture. And let’s not forget – the ultimate benefit of local products is their rich, just-picked flavor, as other food and nutrition advocates will attest.
September 24, 2012 By 1 Comment
Announcing the opening of Thrive Juicery, located at Nectar Wine Lounge, 3330 Steiner Street in the Marina this Monday, September 24th. The Juicery will be opened weekdays from 7am – 3pm, weekends 8am – 3pm, and closed Wednesdays.
Join us for a personalized juice, wine and food experience. Guests are invited to create their own hot or cold organic breakfast items, purchase delectable organic bites and ready-to-go fresh pressed juices, or customize their own juice from our signature juice bar. Nectar Wine Lounge will also be offering customized Thrive Juicery libations during the evenings.