The Guru cold-pressed juice is made with apples , carrots, and beets – we source our ingredients locally and the final juice is raw and unpasteurized, this also means that we do not use the HPP (high pressure pasteurization) method.
1 apple per bottle
Apples contain soluble and insoluble fiber. These two types of fiber are important because they bind to toxins in the gut, and help escort them out of your body. The fiber in apples also help maintain a healthy cholesterol level. Like many other fruits, apples contain amazing amounts of antioxidants, allowing your body to work better at preventing and fighting disease. In the fall and winter we get to source 100% of our apples from Kiyokawa Orchards in Hood River, OR! Learn more about Kiyokawa Orchards on Our Farmers page.
4 carrots per bottle
Carrots are a natural blast of high energy. Carrot juice in the morning will give you a competitive edge over coffee drinkers. Like all root vegetables, they are packed with minerals. Carrots are rich in organic calcium that is invaluable to bones and teeth. They are an excellent source of vitamin C, including most of the B complex, iron, potassium, phosphorus, and sodium. Carrots are easy to digest and cause the liver to release bile and excessive accumulated cholesterol. They also have an alkalizing effect on the blood, soothing the entire nervous system and toning intestinal walls. Carrot juice is considered the golden juice of healing, by helping in cleansing the liver. The beta-carotene present in the skin is a natural protector for the common skin cancer, melanoma.
1 beet per bottle
Famous for their ability to cleanse the blood, beets contain calcium, sulfur, iron, potassium, choline, beta-carotene, and vitamin C. Beets are also high in minerals that strengthen the liver and gall bladder, and are the building blocks for blood corpuscles and cells. Beet greens are a good source of carotenoids that help in the prevention of all types of cancers. They are high in manganese, an important mineral for brain function. In the summer we get to source 100% of our beets from Fiddlehead Farms in Corbett, OR! Learn more about Fiddlehead Farms on Our Farmers page.