The Origins of Twisted Roots

February 08, 2022

You may have heard of the saying “everything but the kitchen sink” or tried the many snacks, cookies, and ice creams that have had their name inspired by it. These delicious treats are loaded with ingredients to satisfy cravings. Inspired by “Everything but the Kitchen Sink” cookies, our founder, Lisa, wanted to satisfy juice cravings by making a juice with all the best organic ingredients imaginable all into one single bottle of juice. 

To create an all-in-one juice that could fuel the body we added 7 different organic fruits and vegetables, plus probiotics! Here in the garden, we especially love dark leafy greens, turmeric, and ginger so those were a definite addition to this recipe. Twisted Roots is a juice that offers diverse nutrients, making it easy to get all the amazing health benefits and more - all in one juice! 

Here’s what you’re getting:

Dark Leafy Greens- organic spinach + kale are rich in chlorophyll, antioxidants, and alkaline-boosting properties for a healthy pH!

Rhizome Superfoods - organic ginger + turmeric are a power couple that boasts strong anti-inflammatory effects, aids in digestion, and assist with heart health!

Citrus - organic lemon adds Vitamin C, supports heart health, and aids in digestion!

Earthy Roots - organic beets + carrots are root vegetables that are known for to support brain and digestive health, and their high content of vitamins and minerals (vitamin A and lycopene). Beets are also one of the richest sources of nitrates, which support blood flow and can help lower blood pressure. Their biggest claim to fame is their amazing contributions to heart health¹!

Probiotics - Each bottle contains 1 billion CFUs of Living Probiotic Cultures. Probiotics are the good bacteria in the gut that keep you healthy and fight off bad bacteria. They support immune function² and keep the body and gut health balanced by regulating inflammation.

Indulge with Twisted Roots all while receiving 45% of your daily value of vitamin A and 30% of your daily value of vitamin C.




  1. Lidder, Satnam, and Andrew J Webb. “Vascular Effects of Dietary Nitrate (as Found in Green Leafy Vegetables and Beetroot) via the Nitrate-Nitrite-Nitric Oxide Pathway.”British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Mar. 2013,
  2. “Probiotics: What Is It, Benefits, Side Effects, Food & Types.”Cleveland Clinic, 9 Mar. 2020,