dr. green love
Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love green juice.
SEMISWEET | BALANCED GREEN | TART
Ingredients: Pineapple, Kale, Apple, Ginger, Lemon.
Dr. Green Love is a semisweet, medium-green juice made with over 30% Kale. If you're new to green juice, or if you prefer your green juice with the natural sweetness of fruit, this juice is a pleasing choice. The sweetness of ripe Pineapple and tartness of green apple balance the green flavor of kale. Ginger adds a touch of spice, and lemon balances and draws these flavors out. A healthy boost in a bottle, the Doctor is ready to see you now.
All-natural, super-premium craft juice, cold-pressed from 100% fresh,
whole fruits and vegetables.
No added sugar, color, or preservatives, or frozen or pre-processed ingredients.
High pressure pasteurized to lock in fresh-pressed flavor and nutrients.
Crafted with love, pride, and dedication in the SF Bay Area.
PERISHABLE - KEEP REFRIGERATED
The ingredients used to make Dr. Green Love provide a range of nutrients that support and protect human health and reduce the risk of certain diseases.
Excellent source :Vitamins K, C, and A, manganese, and copper.
Very good source: Vitamins B2, B6, and E, fiber, calcium, and potassium.
Good source: Iron, magnesium, vitamins B1 and B3, omega-3 fats, phosphorus, protein, and folate.
Key phytonutrients and antioxidants: Vitamin C, beta-carotene, lutein, sulforaphane, indole-3-carbinol, glucosinolates, and he flavonoids quercetin and kaempferol.
Benefits: These nutrients provide support for bone, cardiovascular, skin, and vision health, as well as healthy immune and metabolic function, and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Inconclusive evidence suggests possible links between some of these nutrients and reduced risk of certain diseases including macular degeneration, glaucoma, osteoporosis, and certain types of cancer; however, additional research is needed to validate these claims.
Good Source: Fiber, vitamin C
Key Phytonutrients and Antioxidants: Polyphenols including the flavonols quercetin, kaempferol, and myricetin; catachins including epicatechin; anthocyanins (in red apples) clorogenic acid, phloidizin, and several dozen others.
Benefits: The vitamin C, and polyphenols in apples provide powerful antioxidant support. The fiber supports cardiovascular health.
Key phytonutrients & antioxidants: gingerols
Benefits: Strong antinflamatory, helpful in the treatment of motion sickness and nausea.
Inconclusive evidence suggest that gingerols may help reduce the risk of colorectal cancer and be helpful in the treatment of arthritis
Excellent source: Vitamin C
Good source: Folate
Benefits: The nutrients in lemons support skin health, as well as supporting healthy immunity, metabolic, and neurological function, and reduce the risk of coronary disease, hypertension, and stroke.
Inconclusive research suggests there may be a link between some of these nutrients and the reduced risk of certain diseases including Alzheimer’s disease, metabolic diseases, and certain types of cancer, as well as adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Excellent source: Vitamin C, Manganese.
Very good source: Copper.
Good source: Vitamins B1, B6, dietary fiber, folate, and pantothenic acid
Key phytonutrients & antioxidants: Bromelain
Benefits: The nutrients in pineapple support vision, and skin health as well as healthy metabolic, antioxidant, neurological, cardiovascular, and hormonal function, and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Inconclusive evidence suggests there may be a link between some of these nutrients and reduced risk of hypertension, stroke, macular degeneration, Alzheimer’s disease, metabolic diseases, and that they may be helpful in the treatment of metabolic diseases, morning sickness, premenstrual syndrome, depression, and carpal tunnel syndrome, and provide support for wound healing.