We’ve all tried a juice cleanse before. Kinda kale-flavored green goo that leaves you hungrier after you drink it than you were before. But you’re trying to look good in a bikini or that dang bridesmaid dress, so you go for it anyway. It doesn’t have to be that way though! Pressed Vibrance is in town now! And they are delivering fresh-pressed, organic designer juices that taste good and are also scientifically formulated to fight disease-causing inflammation and help balance your immune system. That’s a mouthful, but it’s pretty simple: it’s delicious, science-backed nutrition. And it comes right to your door! Founder Eric Cooper is giving us the low down on the company, his company, that packs 3-5 pounds of fresh produce into one bottle. Pressed Vibrance. Pressed Juice. All Good.
What sets it apart from other juice companies?
The goal of Pressed Vibrance is to provide products that fit the customers needs in-regards to wellness. We customize all of our products, not just juice for the individuals needs. Using deep nutritional science, we have the ability to provide super anti-inflammatory and high alkaline items, to help prevent, lower, or reverse at times specific health pain points. Science, and research is at the heart of the work we do.
What juice is your personal favorite and why?
I’m an all greens type of person, I love any of deep vegetable juices as they give me the best approach to limiting inflammation, and I love the taste. Current love affair is with a juice we call – Ineffable- Simple ingredients such as kale, cucumber, parsley, celery, swiss card, lemon, lime, and ginger.
Do you source your ingredients locally or how do you choose your sources?
We aim to provide the cleanest nutrient rich organic produce – we try to do as much locally, but unfortunately due to our location in the Midwest, it’s hard to source certain items during the winters.
Why should we add juicing into our summer fitness routine?
Pressed juices can provide a huge nutritional boost to ones routine. Most of us don’t even consume the recommended standard of consumption of fruits and vegetables. Our cold pressed organic juices on average provide 2-5 lbs of produce in each bottle.
Should we change the juices we drink or our wellness routine with the season?
I’m a firm believer that we should consume a wide verity of produce during the year. Certainly taking advantage of seasonalities, but not limiting to just that!