One day, a co-worker let me try some homemade green juice. As per usual, I was skeptical. I mean, I watched the Netflix documentary about juicing, but I wasn’t totally convinced of the benefits. After drinking the juice, I was HOOKED. It was so refreshing and energizing.
I wouldn’t substitute a juice for my breakfast, but I would have one as a pick-me-up or a coffee substitute. This is a review of the many juices you can get at Whole Foods. I chose juices that were lower in sugar and were truly “green” juices.
By the way- I paid for these bad boys, and that’s how you know you’re getting a COMPLETELY unbiased opinion. Happy green juicing!
Organic Girl Lemon-Aid
This one tasted quite good, but had more sugar than the other options. I would probably have to water it down. Remember, my sweet drink of choice is boba, not green juice. 😉 Gotta save my calories for the good stuff.
Whole Foods Green Aid
I really enjoyed this one AND it was the least expensive one! It’s quite low in sugar and tastes green, but not too green. I would definitely buy this one again!
This one is was my second favorite because it was slightly more expensive than the Whole Foods juice. But if I based my opinion solely on taste, it was great! I would buy this again.
This one was a bit too gingery for my taste. It made me breathe a firey, gingery breath every time I took a sip.
Blueprint Organic Dandelion Drive
This juice was a bit too savory for me. I think it was the red onion that did me in. Although it wasn’t bad, it’s not something I would have first thing in the morning. Maybe it would be good after dinner.
What about you? Are there any green juices I’m missing that are lower in sugar and taste great? All this juice is making me want to buy a juicer!