Juice has come a long way since we were young. As kids, it was all about Hawaiian Punch or Sunny Delight or whatever sugary nectar we could get our hands on. These days, we know that real juice is all natural and contains vitamins, antioxidants, and other nutrients that can kick your body’s natural processes into high gear. Juice bars have capitalized on the fact that just because something is healthy doesn’t mean it can’t also be delicious! Midtown Atlanta has some tasty options to get your juice fix and feel good about drinking healthy.

Kale Me Crazy

They got your wraps, they got your salads, and they got your smoothies. But most of all, they’ve got tasty cold-pressed juices. Kale Me Crazy is a great place for all things health-conscious. There are a dozen juice flavors to choose from so you can get your daily servings of fruits and vegetables from a convenient bottle. Try a juice cleanse to jumpstart your immune system or metabolism. And if you are looking for a quick fix, try a shot like the Painkiller, made with ginger, lime, turmeric, raw honey, or the Wellness Shot, which has ginger, oil of oregano, garlic extract, turmeric, cayenne, lemon.


Arden’s Garden

Arden Zinn, the founder of Arden’s Garden, was just a friendly neighbor making fresh fruit and vegetable juices out of her kitchen for her friends and family. Years later, her juices are a hit, available in grocery stores and Arden’s Garden locations across Atlanta. Try a single juice or grab them by the gallon. They also offer cleanse programs like the 2 Day Detox or the 21 Day Turnaround that will get you back on the right track to healthy living.

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It's the last day of our 3 Day Liver Cleanse series. We've shared what you drink for breakfast and lunch, so now it's time to tell you what you have for dinner in the evening. Remember, this routine lasts for three days, and you only drink what's listed without eating any food to truly give your body the detox it needs. ⠀ .⠀ Dinner: Drink one 16oz bottle of Beet It Better (beets, apple juice, ginger)⠀ .⠀ Aperitif: Skip the traditional alcohol of an aperitif and stimulate your appetite with a 16oz bottle of PH Solution (cucumbers, celery, spinach, kale, lemons, distilled water)⠀ .⠀ Before Bed: Finish off your cleanse each night with 2 tablespoons of Pure Lemon mixed with 16 ounces of distilled water.⠀ .⠀ At the end of the three days, it's best to re-introduce your body to food with things like raw vegetables and fruits for the next two days. We also recommend eating small, frequent meals during that time to get the desired health benefits of the cleanse.⠀ .⠀ Are you going to give our 3 Day Liver Cleanse a try?⠀ .⠀ #ardensgarden #juicecleanse #juicefast #livercleanse #juicedetox #juicelife #juicediet #juiceup #juiceoftheday #juicelover #twodaydetox #detox #juiceworld #atlantalocal #livehealthy #juicing #atlantaeats #coldpressed #detoxjuice #detoxdrink #twodaycleanse #cleanseyourbody

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Vitality Bowls

Vitality Bowls Superfood Cafe is all about just that: superfoods! From kale to coconut, and acai to blueberries, this healthy juice house has it all. Plus, you can pair your juice with a delicious and body-beneficial acai bowl for a quick snack or a filling meal. This place is also great for people with food allergies or other sensitivities, as that was the whole reason the founders started Vitality Bowls in the first place!


Getting your 5 servings of fruit and vegetables couldn’t be easier with yummy fresh juices available. Check out these Midtown juice bars and squeeze all the juice out of life!

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