Having juiced almost daily for the last 35 years, I know the benefits of drinking fresh pressed juice. I love it so much that I now hire out mobile juice bars and provide healthy catering at festivals in the UK and Australia. Juicing is great because it has been proven that drinking juices regularly greatly improves your general health and well-being. Juice can aid restoration, rejuvenation and detoxification and, better still, there is no evidence to suggest you can drink too much juice!
There are many health benefits to juicing and by incorporating fresh pressed juices into your daily regime it can help relieve stress by flooding your body with nutrient dense fruit and vegetables. Your body will be running on fuel that it can use immediately rather than running on borrowed energy from caffeine or sugar.
Juicing & Energy – The Best Benefit Of All
Invigorate your cells, stimulate your senses, and tickle your taste buds with a fresh pressed juice.
Why not kick-start each day with a taste sensation that’ll invigorate, uplift and rejuvenate. With on-the-move lifestyles and chaotic schedules, it’s difficult to take time out for a meal that provides sufficient energy and nutrients to sustain a balanced and healthy way of life. Quick refreshments such as fresh pressed juice are rich in vital nutrients designed to boost energy.
Fresh Pressed Juice is it. If it’s a tangy wake –up call, a smooth pacifier or a zesty jump start, a personalised fresh juice will do the trick. From refreshing ruby grapefruit & tangy lime concoctions to subdued strawberry smoothies & passion fruit quenchers. Customise your daily juice and satisfy those taste buds!
Immune System Benefits
Fresh pressed juice energizes the body and helps cleanse the body of toxins. Fresh pressed juice builds up the immune system and can slow the aging process. Vegetable and leafy green based juices provide unbeatable nutrition. When making fresh pressed juice at home no list of ingredients is required. Juice is easy to drink and it tastes great.
Juicing fruit and vegetables provides a fast way to absorb nutrients, leaving energy reserves for deeper cleansing, repairing and healing cells. Fresh pressed juice contains specific vitamins and minerals that are natural and easy to absorb. Fresh pressed juices also contain phytochemicals – a substance linked to good health and is only found in plants, fruits and vegetables. They are a good source of non-meat Protein especially smoothies with seeds, wheat germ or whole grains.
I have recently written more about the benefits of juicing for Total Wellness Website. You can read the full article here. https://totalwellness.club/the-benefits-of-juicing/
Trish Tucker-May is an expert in nutrition and healthy catering at events. If you would like a mobile juice bar for your next event, conference, retreat, party or festival, please get in touch.
Just like the Glastonbury Line Up - the 2016 summer festival season is predicted to be sizzling hot with some fantastic festivals lined up for Passion 4 Juice.
Here is a sneak preview.
Barn on the Farm- 1st– 3rd July – Over Farm Gloustershire
2000 trees 7th – 9th July – Cotswolds
Yoga festival – Rugby – 14-17th July
Womad - Charlton Park near Malmesbury 28th -31st July
Fieldview 5th – 7th August near Birmingham
Boomtown - near Winchester - 10th - 14th August
End of the Road Festival - Dorchester 1st - 4th Sept
Bestival - Isle of Wight – 8th – 11th September.
Mother Natures Diet one day event in Daventry
Mother Natures Diet one day event in Winchester
Mother Natures Diet three day retreat event in Chesford
If you struggle to find a healthy drink or food at festivals then make sure you connect with us on socal media - ( look up passion4juice ) on facebook & twitter so you can get all the latest news, deals, locations and daily specials. If you are on a special diet or have any food intolerances, make sure you come and find us. We will have just what you need to help you stay hydrated, healthy, energised and dancing longer.
If you are looking for a great way to spend your summer, if you want to get fit, healthy and learn more about juicing, come and join our adventure. We are always looking for like minded, hard working people to join our team.
Recent staff feedback from the National Folk Festival in Canberra:
"I wanted to drop you a line and thank you for inviting me to work at The National Folk Festival with Passion4juice.
I had such a great time. It was really fun, hard work! I really enjoyed being a part of your slick operation, hanging with the kids + connecting with my colleagues".
Do you LOVE juice and music festivals?
Are you into healthy eating and a believer in the benefits of a real food diet? Do you love music festivals, travel and adventure?
We have the perfect job for you.
Make Juice and smoothies at music festivals this summer!
Great team spirit, fit, fun and friendly crew, not to mention the feel good factor of helping our customers look, feel and perform their best. Help us change the world one festival at a time. We would love to hear from you.
Make juice at festivals this summer with Passion 4 Juice.
You can read more here http://www.passion4juice.com/joining
If you want to keep up to date with our locations at each festival connect on social media, facebook, pinterest, instagram, and twitter.
Do you want to work UK festivals, save money and get fit and healthy at the same time?
We are recruiting for Glastonbury, Barn on the Farm, 2000 trees, WOMAD, End of the Road, Bestival and probably a few more.
We are interested in people who can create awesome energy, and a fantastic customer experience. People who are strong, healthy, clean living, energetic, happy, enthusiastic and hard working. At Glastonbury we are still located near the John peel and closer to the pyramid stage.
It's going to be the best season ever so if you have friends who want to join us then get them to email me with a cover letter, photo, cv and references. A deposit will be required for the season and refunded with a bonus for those who work well all season.
You can read staff testimonials on http://www.passion4juice.com/joining
Come and travel, join the adventure and enjoy keeping people healthy at festivals. Apply today.
Fresh pressed juices and smoothies are among the best drinks available if you’re focused on weight loss.
Juices are an excellent way of getting nutrient dense fruit and vegetables into the body, feeding the cells and helping shift excess weight. Juices are a fantastic way to get more than your 5 a day vegetable requirement and can be quickly and easily absorbed by the body. A green smoothie can be a complete health package, containing vitamins, nutrients, natural sugars and living enzymes. It’s energy on tap. Fresh pressed juice cleanses the body of toxins and contains living enzymes, vital for health and well-being.
This was an article I recently had published in on the Total Wellness website. You can read more here http://totalwellness.club/discover-6-best-drinks-weight-loss/
Drinking bone broth several times a week is a fantastic way to build better gut health. It is loaded with glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) and glucosamine. The broth is excellent for joint health. When you consume the super tasty food, you also get chondroitin, and hyaluronic acid which is excellent for stimulating cells called fibroblasts which lay down collagen in the joints, tendons, ligaments, and even the arteries.
Bone broth is also awesome for hair, skin and nails because of the collagen. It heals the gut because of the gelatin. The wall of the gut is permeable to allow nutrients in, but it can become too permeable due to processed foods, rancid grains, stress, anti-biotics, medication etc. Then undigested food slips through and gets into your bloodstream! Its almost like shit getting into your viens! And you dont want to be full of shit right! The body gets so confused by this and starts to think your organs are protein and it starts to attack itself. This causes an auto-immune response. The main cause being leaky gut.
1 shin of beef, 1 veal knuckle, bacon bones, a bunch of herbs, salt and cayenne, A whole bulb of garlic; cloves, separated, peeled and crushed
3 Tbsp. apple cider vinegar (organic, unfiltered) and sufficient water to cover the bones.
Cover with water, bring to the boil. then reduce the heat setting to low.
Allow the stock to cook for a minimum of 6 hours and up to 24 hours (depends on size of bones, chicken less, beef more). The longer the bones brew the better! Remember to keep topping up the water you do not want it to go dry.
Turn off the crockpot and allow the stock to cool slightly.
Strain the stock through a fine mesh metal strainer and throw away all the debris.
Place the cooled stock into glass jars for storage in the fridge (for up to a few days) or pour into freezer-safe containers for later use.