6 juices to squeeze the day

We’ve got the tea on the female-owned juice spots in Indy.

Whether you are looking to be more healthy in the new year or simply love a good juice, Indy has a wide variety of juice bars to satisfy your craving. We’ve rounded up six of the best shops in the Circle City, all of which are female-owned.

Pure-Trition Juice & Smoothie Bar

Our rec: Green Goddess smoothie. This Kennedy King neighborhood staple serves both juices and smoothies. The Green Goddess is packed with mango, coconut nectar, ginger juice, spirulina, spinach, and pineapple. What is spirulina, you ask? It’s a form of algae that boosts nutrients and antioxidants in your body. Great for cold and flu season!

Simplicity Cold Pressed Juice

Our rec:  Spicy Margarita. You heard that correctly—Simplicity not only offers cold-pressed organic juices, but cocktails too! The margarita includes premium Tequila, purified water, cold-pressed agave, and a kick of cayenne. Now we are talkin’!

Greenleaf Juicing Company

Our rec: Turmeric Sunshine with—you guessed it—turmeric, lemon, carrot, orange, beet and kale. This blend tastes like a warm summer day with all the nutrients. The small franchise started in Oregon but now has three locally-owned locations in Central Indiana.

Twenty Two Juice Bar

Our rec: Dr.’s Orders with carrot, orange, apple, lemon, ginger, a secret spice blend, and a touch of raw honey. This concoction is packed with Vitamin C and is anti-inflammatory. Try adding pea or vanilla superfood protein powder after a workout for recovery.

Garden Table

Our rec: Treat yourself to the cold-pressed juice flight! Be sure to include the Detox Dream with cleansing agents like activated charcoal to restart your system, reduce bloating and give your liver a scrub.

Juice Remedy

Our rec: Root Remedy. Increase your blood circulation and improve muscle recovery with this tasty beet-based juice. The concoction will also add a little pep to your step by boosting your energy.

Kelsey Jones is an Indy Maven Contributor.

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