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Nutritional Benefits

Press Brothers juices are packed full of organic nutrient-dense ingredients. Below, we’ve compiled a list of our ingredients and the amazing benefits they give you. Read on to discover how much our juices support and nourish you!

Acai: (FRUIT)

Antioxidants, anticancer, high in omega-6 fatty acids, omega-9 fatty acids, fiber, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc. If you have pollen allergies take with caution.

Agave: (SYRUP)

One of the most health-promoting properties of agave nectar is its favorable glycemic profile. Its sweetness comes primarily from a complex form of fructose called inulin. Fructose is the sugar that occurs naturally in fruits and vegetables. The carbohydrate in agave nectar has a low glycemic index, which provides sweetness without the unpleasant "sugar rush" and unhealthful blood sugar spike caused by many other sugars. Agave nectar is a delicious natural sweetener that can be used moderately - by dieters, some diabetics, and health conscious cooks - to replace high-glycemic and refined sugars 1.

Almonds: (NUT)

Protein, vitamin E, fiber, protease inhibitor2, high in polyunsaturated fat3, essential fatty acids which are good for healthy hair, skin, "glands", mucous membranes, nerves and arteries. Its aid in the prevention of cardiovascular disease allows for a slow rise in blood sugar and insulin.

Apple: (FRUIT)

Digestive aid, diuretic4, detoxifying aid, laxative, antiseptic5, lowers blood cholesterol, antirheumatic6, is a liver stimulant, keeps blood sugars up, contains vitamin A, (with small amounts of Vitamin B and C and riboflavin) and high in pectin and boron.

Apple Cider Vinegar: (LIQUID)

Cures the flu and warts7, a weight loss remedy if utilized for long periods of time and integrated it into your general diet, it helps with diabetes, and general blood sugar control, blocks the digestion of starch, and helps with constipation.

Arugula: (LEAF)

Contains high levels of nitrates which have been shown to lower blood pressure, reduce the amount of oxygen needed during exercise and enhances athletic performance. Contains protein, some fat and carbohydrates, fiber and sugar. Also contains vitamin A, K, C, folate and calcium.

Avocado: (FRUIT)

Antioxidant, potassium, high in fatty acids, 17 vitamin and minerals (vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, all B vitamins (no B12)), riboflavin, iron, calcium, copper, phosphorus, zinc, niacin, magnesium, protein.

Banana: (FRUIT)

Antiulcer, antibacterial, boosts immunity, lowers blood cholesterol levels.

Beet: (ROOT)

Antibacterial, antioxidant8, a ‘tonic’, a cleanser, a laxative. High in vitamin A, and the enzyme beteine9. Excellent source of potassium, liver, and kidneys.

Beet Greens: (LEAF)

An antioxidant, an ‘anti-cancer", excellent source of vitamin A and chlorophyll, a good source of vitamin C, some calcium, iron, folic acid10 and potassium.

Bell Pepper: (VEGETABLE)

Green, yellow, orange, purple and red. High in vitamins A and C and contains some potassium.

Blueberries: (FRUIT)

Antidiarrheal, antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral, high concentrations of tannins, immunity booster, bladder infections, lowers blood cholesterol, high pectin, vitamin C, potassium, fiber.

Cacao: (NIBS/POWDER)

Antioxidant, flavonoids11 promotes general health, lowers risk of serious disease, destroys free radicals12 in the body, anti-arthritis, anti-aging, anti-heart disease, anticancer, decreases inflammation, anti-cholesterol (LDL), antiplaque, alleviates cardiac disorders.

Camu Camu: (POWDER)

Contains a healthy dose of iron, niacin13, riboflavin, phosphorus, potassium, beta-carotene, calcium, amino acids14 vitamin C, iron, riboflavin, phosphorus. It is used as an anti-inflammatory, a stringent15, has antioxidant emollient16 properties, strengthens immune system, supports the nervous system17, provides arthritic protection, is anti-viral and anti-hepatic18, effective against all forms of the herpes virus (Epstein-Barr, mononucleosis and cold sores).

Carrot: (VEGETABLE)

Antioxidant, protects arteries, expectorant19, antiseptic20, diuretic, boosts immunity, antibacterial, and prevents constipation. Rich in vitamin A, B, C, iron, calcium, potassium, and sodium. A cleansing effect on the liver, and digestive system, helps prevent the formation of kidney stones, and relieves arthritis and gout. Carrots have antioxidant properties from carotenoids (including beta-carotene) which have been linked with cancer prevention as well as arterial and cardiac disease and lower blood cholesterol, as well as enhancing mental function and decreasing the risk of cataracts and macular degeneration.

Cayenne: (POWDER)

Stimulant, tonic, diaphoretic21, rubefacient22, carminative23, antiseptic24, antibacterial, expectorant25, a decongestant, and a blood thinner. There are high levels of vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. Helps with bronchitis (and related problems irritating the bronchial tubes and sinuses causing the secretion of fluids that thin the constricting mucus and helps dispel it from the body, also an effective pain reliever and helps prevent heart attacks if taken on a consistent basis, as well as having blood clot-dissolving properties.

Celery: (LEAF/STALK)

Mild diuretic, "anti-cancer". Sometimes used as a treatment for high blood pressure (in large amounts /2-4 stalks daily), and also flushes general carcinogens.

Chlorella: (POWDER)

Is a single-cell algal organism made up of 50% protein with natural detoxifying abilities (Its molecular structure bonds to ‘toxins’). Aids in processing oxygen, cleansing bowels/liver/blood, regulates blood pressure, is antifungal, neutralizes polluted air, and promotes growth and repair of body tissues. Also boosts the immune system, improves digestion, relieves constipation, has high levels of iron, vitamin B, is a complete amino acid, contains protein, enhances focus and concentration, increases energy, balances the body’s pH, reduces blood sugar, is an ‘anticancer’ and freshens bad breath. As well, chlorella reduces the effects of radiation treatments, stimulates the immune system, improves response to the flu vaccine, increases white blood cell count, contains peptides, proteins, vitamins, sugars, nucleic acids, increase good bacterias, helps treat ulcers, colitis26, and relieves PMS symptoms.

Chlorophyll: (LIQUID)

Can help alleviate bad breath, constipation, is used for detoxification and wound healing. Also helps with pancreatic problems.

Chia: (SEED)

Has healthy omega-3 fatty acids, carbohydrates, protein, fiber, antioxidants, calcium, provides energy, fiber, protein, magnesium, phosphorus, and small levels of zinc, vitamin B₃ (niacin27), potassium, vitamin B₁ (thiamine), and vitamin B₂.

Cilantro: (LEAF/STEM)

Low in calories, contains no cholesterol, good amounts of antioxidants, essential oils, vitamins, dietary fiber, calcium, manganese, potassium28. Also iron, folic acid29, riboflavin, niacin30, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K, flatulence relief, is an antispasmodic31, aphrodisiac, a deodorant, fungicidal, lipolytic32, stimulant and stomachic33.

Coconut cream: (“MEAT”)

Coconut cream has raw saturated fats34, minerals, vitamins, “enzymes”, fat, fiber, lauric acid35, protects from free-radicals36 and remove ‘heavy metals’ from the body. It also moisturizes the skin, works as an exfoliant, helps reduce wrinkles, dryness, sagging skin, age spots, flakiness, psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis. Also works to enable a loss of body fat—stimulating the thyroid, increases metabolic rate of the body, reduces belly fat. Coconut cream increases energy and endurance, improves insulin secretion, utilizes blood glucose, has no cholesterol (and does not increase cholesterol), removes arterial plaque, helps with heart disease, breaks up hardened tissue in the body both internally and externally, increases the absorption of calcium and magnesium, helps with tooth infections and decay as well as being anti-bacterial, -viral, -fungal, and -parasitic. It increases the immune system within the body and aids with digestive problems like constipation, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Cystic Fibrosis (CF), gallbladder problems, Ulcerative colitis, stomach ulcers, and diarrhea.

Coconut Water: (LIQUID)

Is filtered through the coconut husk and therefore extremely pure. It is a nutrient rich water which contains essential electrolytes to re-hydration.

Cucumber: (FRUIT)

A diuretic37, a moderate source of vitamin A, iron, potassium, water, and sterols38.

Dates: (FRUIT)

relief from constipation, bone strength and health, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), anemia, seasonal allergies, contains a high caloric count (helps build muscle), an energy booster, has potassium, increases the libido, lowers LDL cholesterol and is heart healthy in general, reduces night blindness, controls chronic diarrhea, provides energy for anemic people and reduces risk of stroke and a remedy for hangovers.

Flaxseed: (OIL)

Best source of essential omega-3 fatty acids, which helps lubricate joints and prevents absorption of toxins by stimulating digestion.

Garlic: (BULB)

Antimicrobial, antibiotic, hypotensive39, anticancer, diaphoretic40, anticoagulant, lowers blood cholesterol, lowers blood sugars, is an expectorant41, a digestive stimulant, a diuretic, an antihistamine42, inhibits cancer-cell formation/proliferation, lowers LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol, is an anticoagulant43. Also an antioxidant, and stimulates the immune system, is an antibiotic, and has anti-inflammatory properties. Garlic protects organs from damage produced by synthetic drugs, chemical pollutants and some radiation.

Ginger: (ROOT)

Relieves headaches and arthritis, is anti-inflammation, a circulatory stimulant, expectorant44, an antispasmodic, antiseptic, diaphoretic45, anticoagulant, peripheral vasodilator46, antiemetic47, carminative48 and antioxidant. Ginger calms morning sickness (prevents vomiting), stimulates blood flow to the digestive system, increases nutrient absorption, increases actions of the gallbladder while protecting the liver against toxins and preventing the liver against toxins and prevents the formation of ulcers. It gives some relief from the pain and swelling of arthritis without side effects.

Goji: (SEEDS)

Mental well being, calmness, athletic performance, mood-levels, sleep, general feelings of good health, and contain amino acids, calcium, potassium, iron, zinc selenium, riboflavin, vitamin C, antioxidants, phenols, beta-carotene, zeaxanthin, polysaccharides (proteoglycan). Avoid if on Wayfarin49 (blood thinner), and diabetes and blood pressure medications.

Grapefruit:(RED OR PINK FRUIT ONLY)

High in lycopene50, vitamin C, pantothenic acid51, copper, vitamin A, fiber, potassium, biotin, and vitamin B₁. Also is anti-tumor, helps damaged cells, supports the immune system and reduces cold systems. Grapefruit is used as an anti-inflammatory, alleviates asthma, osteo- and rheumatoid arthritis and helps with cardiovascular health, strokes and some cancers.

Habanero: (FRUIT)

Contains vitamin C, helps with heart disease, and helps speed up metabolism which provides weight loss help52. Capsaicin (the number 1 active ingredient) stimulates blood flow, relieves congestion, common cold, sinus infection, might inhibit cancerous cell formation, reduces blood cholesterol levels, and helps digestion.

Hemp: (SEEDS/POWDER)

High in protein, contains 30% oil (high in essential fatty acids--omega-3 and omega-6 and gamma-linolenic acid (GLA)).

Honey (Raw): (SYRUP)

Contains a small amounts of vitamin B, calcium, iron, zinc, potassium and phosphorus as well as being a potent bacteria killer (one tsp fulfils vitamin A and C, iron and calcium). Honey is an antioxidant, its antibacterial, antimicrobial, calms nerves and is antidiarrheal. Not for infants.

Honeydew: (MELON)

Is an antioxidant rich fruit, contains anti-cancer properties and can be supplemented in anticoagulant treatments (adenosine) as well as lessens the risk of stroke or heart attack.

Kale: (LEAF/STEM)

100% of daily intake of vitamin A and K. Contains lutein53, protein, fiber54, vitamin C, folate55, alpha-linolenic acid (an omega-3 fatty acid).

Kiwi: (FRUIT)

Contains 273% of the daily recommended amount of vitamin C per cup serving, it staves off colds and the flu, it contains high levels of vitamin K56 and good amounts of vitamin A, vitamin E, potassium as well as being one of the only fruits rich in vitamin B6.
Lemon: (FRUIT) antioxidants anti-cancerous, high in vitamin C, limonene57, the combinations of carotenoids58, flavonoids59, terpenes60, limonoids61 and coumarins62 make citrus fruit an all-around cancer fighting package.

Maca: (ROOT/POWDER)

Used to increase libido, quell anemia, fight chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), provide energy, stamina, increase athletic performance, memory, fertility, help supplement female hormone imbalance, quell premenstrual symptoms (PMS), provide menopause symptom relief, help with osteoporosis, depression, ‘stomach cancer’63, leukemia, HIV/AIDS’64, tuberculosis, erectile dysfunction (ED) and a general boost immunity.

Mango: (FRUIT)

Is an antioxidant, is anticancer, high in vitamin A65, potassium, niacin66, fiber, arteriosclerosis67, used as an immunity booster and keeps bowels regular.

Maple: (SYRUP)

4 tbsp supplies more than 100% daily manganese, 37% riboflavin, 18% zinc, 7% magnesium, 5% calcium, 5% potassium. Maple also provides carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants called phenolic compounds68.

Milk Thistle: (SEEDS)

Is an antioxidant, promotes bile production/flow, protects the liver by promoting development of new/ repairs existing liver cells, detoxifies and increases milk production for breastfeeding. A strong liver protective action for treatment of alcoholism, cirrhosis, and hepatitis. Also used for chronic conditions that cause liver congestion69.

Mint: (LEAVES)

Is a digestive aid, an antispasmodic70, a digestive tonic, it is antiemetic71, carminative72, helps the peripheral vasodilator73, diaphoretic74, it also promotes bile flow, and is analgesic75. Also stimulates liver, gallbladder and intestines. Quells nausea and vomiting as well as treating ulcerative colitis76.

Parsley: (LEAF/STEM)

Is an antioxidant, a tonic, helps with digestion, is a diuretic77/helps with water retention and is one of the richest sources of vitamin C.

Pear: (FRUIT)

Promotes colon health as well as a good source of vitamin C, boron, potassium and is a good source of fiber.

Pineapple: (FRUIT)

Aids digestion, is a good source of potassium, and contains vitamin C and iron.

Pumpkin: (GOURD)

Is an antioxidant, ‘anticancer’ and high in vitamin A.

Raspberries: (FRUIT)

Enhance general immunity and provide potassium, niacin , iron and vitamin C.

Reverse Osmosis (RO) Water: (LIQUID)

This method involves forcing water through a semipermeable membrane, which filters out a select number of trace water contaminants. In general, if the contaminants are larger in size than water molecules, those contaminants will be filtered out.

Sacha Inchi: (POWDER)

This South American seed contains three types of omega fatty acids (3, 6 and 9), is sometimes touted as a weight loss supplement and can aid in reducing high cholesterol if taken often.

Six (6)-strain Probiotics: (POWDER)

(260 billion cfu's/gram. L. Acidophilus, L. Salivarius, L. Plantarum, L. Rhamnosus, B. Lactis, and B. Bifidum). Only ingest once daily, keep up for five days to see true results. These live organisms possess the ability to transiently colonize the gastro-intestinal (GI) tract, increase the concentration of beneficial microbes and creates a balance of gut microbiota. Regular consumption enhances immune functions, improves colon, aids in intestinal health, helps with allergic responses and improves digestion and bowel function. Also prevents pathogenic bacterial growth, production of antimicrobial agents, and provides stimulation of the mucosal barrier function.

Spinach: (LEAVES)

Is an ‘anticancer’, helps improve memory, is an antioxidant, and promotes healing, is anti-cataracts and anti-anemia. A good source of choline79, folic acid80 and high in vitamin E. Cancer fighting properties: lutein, chlorophyll. Also includes vitamin A and C which are good sources of calcium, iron, protein and potassium.

Strawberries: (FRUIT)

Are antioxidant, antiviral, anticancer, help with kidney stones, gout, rheumatism, arthritis, diarrhea, dysentery and moderate liver functions, contain vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium and iron.

Turmeric: (ROOT)

Is an antioxidant, is anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, anticoagulant, analgesic81, lowers blood cholesterol, reduces post-exercise pain, heals wounds, is an antispasmodic82, protects liver cells, increases bile production/ flow. Also inhibits colon and breast cancer83, and is used to treat hepatitis, nausea, and digestive disturbances. Helps people with gallbladder removal, boosts insulin activity, reduces risk of stroke, and treats rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, candida84, supports AIDS treatments, Crone’s disease and eczema.

Watermelon: (FRUIT)

Is antibacterial, anticancer, contains vitamin A, vitamin C, iron, potassium and has a high water content which makes it a good flushing agent.

Wheatgrass: (GRASS)

High in chlorophyll85, beta-carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E, and the best source of plant protein (even better than legumes or soy) to ingest. Also contain antioxidants, is used as an anti-inflammatory. Wheatgrass is considered an ‘anticancer’, an antibiotic, a blood cleanser and a protectant against radiation.

Yam: (TUBER)

Contains chemical diosgenin86 which is sometimes used as a "natural alternative" to estrogen therapy, vaginal dryness, premenstrual symptoms, menstrual cramps, osteoporosis and increased libido.


1.http://www.allaboutagave.com/health-benefits-of-agave-nectar.php
2.a cancer preventer proven in animal studies.
3.reduces blood cholesterol levels.
4.helps expel excess water and flushes the kidneys.
5.prevents infection.
6.any disease marked by inflammation and pain in the joints, muscles, or fibrous tissue, especially rheumatoid arthritis.
7.if applied topically.
8.inhibits oxidation.
9.a crystalline compound with basic properties found in plant juices/ promotes a healthy gallbladder.
10.a vitamin of the B complex, found especially in leafy green vegetables, liver and kidney.
11.any large group of water soluble plant pigments that are beneficial to health/ flavonoids are polyphenols and have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties/ they also help to maintain the health of small blood vessels and connective tissue, and some are under study as possible treatments of cancer. (Also called bioflavonoid). *especially anthocyanidian and epicatechin.
12.an atom or group of atoms that has at least one unpaired electron and is therefore unstable and highly reactive/ in animal tissues, free radicals can damage cells and are believed to accelerate the progression of cancer, cardiovascular disease and age related disease.
13.vitamin B-it helps break down and use all nutrients for healthy skin, normally functioning gastrointestinal tract (GI), the nervous system and synthesis of sex hormones/ in addition, it may be used therapeutically to help reduce high blood cholesterol.
14.leucine, serine, thiamine, valine.
15.tightly binding.
16.smoothing and softening of the skin.
17.eye and brain functions.
18.liver protection.
19.treats coughs/ promoting or facilitating the secretion or expulsion of phlegm, mucus or other matter from the respiratory tract.
20.prevents infection
21.induces perspiration.
22.a substance or agent that reddens the skin.
23.relieves flatulence.
24.preventing general decay.
25.treatment of coughs. Promoting or facilitating the secretion or expulsion of phlegm, mucus or other matter from the respiratory tract/ in this case it is highly recommended to supplement emphysema medications.
26.inflammation of the bowels (IBS).
27.vitamin B-it helps break down and use all nutrients for healthy skin, normally functioning gastrointestinal tract (GI), the nervous system and synthesis of sex hormones/ in addition, it may be used therapeutically to help reduce high blood cholesterol.
28.important component of cell and bodily fluids that help control blood pressure.
29.a vitamin of the B complex, found especially in leafy green vegetables, liver and kidney.
30.vitamin B-it helps break down and use all nutrients for healthy skin, normally functioning gastrointestinal tract (GI), the nervous system and synthesis of sex hormones/ in addition, it may be used therapeutically to help reduce high blood cholesterol.
31.relieves muscle spasms.
32.pertaining to the chemical breakdown of fat.
33.an agent that improves appetite and digestion/ of or relating to the stomach.
34.helps with digestion, brain power, boosts metabolism, powerful detoxifier.
35.good for bones and brain development.
36.an atom/group of atoms that has at least one unpaired electron and is therefore unstable and highly reactive/ in animal tissues, free radicals can damage cells and are believed to accelerate the progression of cancer, cardiovascular disease and age-related diseases.
37.increased passing of urine.
38.helps heart by reducing cholesterol.
39.reduces blood pressure.
40.promotes sweating.
41.treatment of coughs. Promoting or facilitating the secretion or expulsion of phlegm, mucus or other matter from the respiratory tract.
42.a drug used to counteract the physiological effects of histamine production in allergic reactions and colds.
43.helps reduce blocked arteries/ heart disease.
44.treatment of coughs. Promoting or facilitating the secretion or expulsion of phlegm, mucus or other matter from the respiratory tract.
45.promotes sweating.
46.affects blood vessel dilation.
47.anti-nausea.
48.relieves flatulence.
49.blood thinner medication.
50.a red carotenoid pigment, C40H56 found chiefly in the blood, the reproductive organs, tomatoes and palm oils.
51.an oily acid that is widely found in plant and animal tissues, is a component of CoA and part of the vitamin B₂ complex and functions as a growth factor.
52.capsaicin helps by altering thermogenesis and lipid metabolism-related proteins.
53.eye and vision health.
54.helps manage blood sugars.
55.good for brain development.
56.aids in blood coagulation
57.has anti-stress properties, relieves flatulence, gastroesophageal reflux disease and heartburn/ don’t use too much (like long term industrial exposure) as this is a skin and respiratory irritant as well as a skin sensitizer/ thought to inhibit breast cancer.
58.yellow to deep-red pigments/ in humans carotenoids are useful as antioxidants (prevention of tissue damage and degeneration).
59.any large group of water soluble plant pigments that are beneficial to health/ flavonoids are polyphenols and have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties/ they also help to maintain the health of small blood vessels and connective tissue, and some are under study as possible treatments of cancer. (Also called bioflavonoid).
60.naturally occurring alcohols.
61.phytochemicals are thought to provide antiviral protection, antifungal, antibacterial, antineoplastic and antimalarial.
62.sweet smell/ flavor enhancer, an edema (swelling via fluids or dropsy) mollifier, an anticoagulant (blood thinner) and has appetite suppressant qualities.
63.unsubstantiated.
64.unsubstantiated.
65.beta-carotene.
66.vitamin B-it helps break down and use all nutrients for healthy skin, normally functioning gastrointestinal tract (GI), the nervous system and synthesis of sex hormones. In addition, it may be used therapeutically to help reduce high blood cholesterol.
67.a chronic disease in which thickening, hardening and loss of elasticity of the arterial walls result in impaired blood circulation/ develops with aging and in hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia and other conditions.
68.http://www.internationalmaplesyrupinstitute.com/uploads/7/0/9/2/7092109/__nutrition_and_health_benefits_of_pure_maple_syrup.pdf
69.constipation, bloating and premenstrual syndrome.
70.relieves muscle spasms.
71.anti-nausea.
72.relieves flatulence.
73.affects blood vessel dilation.
74.induces perspiration.
75.pain reliever.
76.inflammation of the bowels (IBS).
77.helps expel excess water and flushes the kidneys.
78.vitamin B-it helps break down and use all nutrients for healthy skin, normally functioning gastrointestinal tract (GI), the nervous system and synthesis of sex hormones. In addition, it may be used therapeutically to help reduce high blood cholesterol.
79.helps improve mental function.
80.heart health/ a vitamin of the B complex, found especially in leafy green vegetables, liver and kidney.
81.pain reliever.
82.relieves muscle spasms.
83.unsubstantiated.
84.yeast.
85.a powerful healing agent and infection fighter.
86.a steroid saponin closely related to human sex hormones, corticosteroids, vitamin D, and cardiacglycosides, which is present in wild yams and Beth root/ it is also used for commercial synthesis of cortisone, pregnenolone, progesterone and other steroids.


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