Review: cold pressed juices
Fitness, food, health, lifestyle & nutrition is what Lisa-Jane Holmes, Personal Trainer, Instructor and Fitness Influencer from London, shares on her online platform Wildcat fitness. It’s her mission to help everyone to unleash their inner Wildcat and to become the best version of themselves. For natur. she tested the cold pressed juices and this is what she thinks:
My June favourites
Firstly, you’ll know that the Wildcat loves a cold pressed juice. It may be a Health Blogger cliché, but genuinely, I get really excited for a green juice – and actually now that I’ve tried the full range of these new natur cold pressed juices maybe a pink or orange one too!
There is half a kilo of fruit and vegetables in every bottle, and because the juice is cold pressed all the vitamins and goodness remains in the juice (unlike pasteurised ones, which kills off most of the nutritional value). Spicy Greens – a mix of cucumber, kale, mint and ginger – has been my favourite thing to have first thing in the morning over the past few weeks.
My morning routine
Speaking of my routine in the mornings, as well as kick starting my system by flooding it with nutrients from a cold pressed juice, I also like to lighten up my breakfasts in the warmer weather, so my regular porridge has been retired for a few months, and in its place one of my go-to quick and healthy breakfasts is vegan yogurt and berries – sometimes with a little granola on top too.
Taste of Summer
Besides my favourite green juice during the mornings, the Drunk in Love – watermelon, pineapple and lime – is the most perfect taste for Summer – I’d honestly rather knock one of these back than a cocktail whilst enjoying a beautiful sunset! You can buy natur. smoothies @WHSmithofficial, and the cold pressed juices @Ocado.
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