Spoon full of sugar

We’re Pressed About the Amount of Sugar in Juice These Days – Here’s Why:

Your average 8-ounce glass of orange juice contains 26 grams of sugar. Your average American adult consumes about 77 grams of sugar daily. Not only does that exceed the recommended daily amount by threefold. If you do that math, you (an average American) will consume up to 60 pounds of added sugar in just one year, and we're pressed about it.


With numbers like that, It's not surprising to learn that 75% of us consume too much of this delectable compound. Without beating around the bush, you can have the same 8-ounce glass of Pressed juice with just as much flavor and only 11 grams of sugar. Eliminating added sugars and processed sweeteners nearly halves your sugar intake, allowing you to enjoy your morning glass of juice guilt-free.

girl drinking cold pressed juice outside

So what's pressed juice? Pressed juice refers to the extraction process. We apply thousands of pounds of pressure to fresh, whole fruits and vegetables to extract the most liquid without using oxygen or additional heat. By eliminating traditional pasteurization, we can preserve nutrients that would've otherwise been lost. This leaves us with the best nutrients and minimal additives to package and share worldwide.


Getting back to our typical American adult. We're eating about 2.7 servings of fruits and vegetables daily when we should be getting north of 13. It's no secret that Americas don't have the best eating habits, but you may not know how bad it's honestly gotten. The United States currently ranks twelfth for global obesity, with two out of three U.S. adults classified as overweight (69 percent) and one out of three obese (36 percent).Cold Pressed Juice with vegetables and fruits

Pressed juice and juicing cleanses can help replace some of our favorite high-sugar options with 100% Cold Pressed Juice which has more benefits than less sugar:

Benefits of drinking pressed juice:

Promotes weight loss

    You’re consuming nutrient-dense foods while removing processed foods, saturated fats, and refined carbs. These, combined with the low-calorie pressed juice, make for an excellent option for those looking to lose weight.

      Improving energy levels and mental clarity

      When you're properly fueling your body, you'll feel the differences. Diets high in fruits and vegetables have long-lasting health benefits. There's no one magic food you need to eat at every meal; instead, nutritionists emphasize that eating various fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains is the best course of action.

      Reducing inflammation

      Antioxidants can help reduce oxidative stress in the body and can also play a role in weight loss, as they can help reduce inflammation and boost your metabolism.

        It's time we stop falling for deceiving added sugars. With pressed juice, it's just that simple. With its numerous health benefits and unprocessed, natural taste, you no longer have to settle for your Orange Julius. Don't get pressed about finding something that tastes as good as it sounds; try Living Juice.

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