Drink Your Way to Good Health at Local Juice Bars

Dr. Angela Seabright
Ashley Littles

| 2 min read

Whether you are carnivorous, vegan, leading an active lifestyle, or just beginning to make better health choices, wellness is determined by what we put into our bodies and convenience largely dictates how we choose.
For your detox plans or refreshment cravings, there is a variety of local, raw food & drink restaurants full of options to assist you.
Check out this Michigan community guide to local juice bars that promise the convenience you want and the health benefits that you need:
Sip Organic Juice Bar (Grand Rapids and Novi)
More Than A Feeling: Beet, pineapple, celery, cucumber, lime – $7.50- $9.50
Help: Turmeric, grapefruit, ginger, honey – energizing, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor benefits – $3.75
Go! Smoothies (Detroit)
Chocolate Bliss: Chocolate almond milk, chocolate vegan protein, banana, cacao, decadent blend coconut/cocoa flax/chia seed, dates -$8
Lemon Dream: Avocado, banana, pineapple (optional), lemon, agave or honey -$7
Urge Juice Bar (Berkley)
Apple Tart: Apple, lemon, ginger -$11
Liquid Garden: Cucumber, kale, celery, ginger, lemon -$10
Jungle Juice Bar (Grosse Pointe)
Customize a juice drink with your choice of two fruits and two vegetables- $5 – $10
Beyond Juice (Rochester)
The David: Peach, non-fat yogurt, goji berry, honey, banana – $7
The Boss: Cucumber, avocado, spinach, banana, apple, peanut butter -$7
Drought (Detroit)
Beet #2: Beet, parsley, lemon – $10
Green #3: Apple, kale, celery, lemon, ginger – $11
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