Your local grocery store has a plethora of juices—some are from concentrates, some have added sugar, some are cold-pressed, etc. So how do you know which one to buy?
There are four different things that you need to look for and understand when selecting a good-quality juice.
The #1 most important thing when looking for a juice is to ALWAYS choose certified organic. Many ingredients found in cold-pressed juices are part of the dirty dozen list which means they have high levels of pesticides. These pesticides can make their way into your juice if you're not buying organic.
Look to see if the juice is cold-pressed. If it doesn't say cold-pressed on the label, then it's been heat- or flash-pasteurized. Using heat can kill a lot of the beneficial nutrients available in a juice. Cold pressing will be on the front of the bottle because it's the most expensive way and the most beneficial way to make juice. So if a company is making a cold-pressed juice, they are going to broadcast that right on the front of the label.
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