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The Heart Healthy Reasons to Eat (or Drink) More Color

February 23, 2019

Organic fruits and vegetables - heart healthy color - blog by O2 Living makers of organic, cold-pressed Living Juice
The American Heart Association agrees with us, fruits and veggies are a necessary part of a healthy diet! Fruits and vegetables are packed with natural nutrients, can help with weight management, and can help prevent and reduce your risk of serious chronic health conditions. Read to learn more about the benefits of adding more color to your day! Read More
The Not So Sweet Side of Added Sugars

February 16, 2019

Sugar and added sugars blog by O2 Living makers of organic cold-pressed fruit and vegetable Living Juice
Ever wonder the difference between added sugars and natural sugars? Natural sugars can be found in fruits, vegetables, milk and grains, before processing. Added sugars are put into food, beverages and condiments during production and processing and are linked to quite a few different health issues, including heart disease. Read more in our blog! Read More
HPP - What is it?

February 09, 2019

HPP machine - used for organic cold-pressed fruit and vegetable Living juices High Pressure Processing - also known as HPP - is the use of cold pasteurization process to ensure the safety and stability of foods and beverages, without preservatives or heat.  HPP is an FDA- and USDA- approved method for preserving beverages, like Living Juice's organic, cold-pressed juices. Read our blog to learn more about HPP! Read More
Go Red for Women this February

January 30, 2019

Go red for women - February is American Heart Health month - Organic, cold-pressed Living Juice blog
This Friday, February 1st is the day we Go Red for Women! February is American Heart Month, and the Go Red for Women campaign is designed to increase awareness women's heart health globally. Read More

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