Miami’s Top Healthy Hot Spots
By Justina Coronel
It’s the beginning of a new year and there is no better way than to fully emerge yourself into it with no fear. The best way to feel good about yourself is by feeling healthy. A great way for a fresh start is by eating fresh quality food. Take a look at our list of Miami’s Healthy Hotspots for a solution to your New Year’s Resolution.
The Juicery Bar
The Juicery Bar’s goal is to provide fresh juices and smoothies that are made with 100% raw unpasteurized fruits and vegetables, with no added preservatives or sweeteners. You can dive into a refreshing smoothie or even a variety of acai bowls. One acai bowl, King of the Jungle, includes papaya, kiwi, strawberry, banana, coconut, goji berries, and chia seeds. If you love a certain smoothie, you can even turn it into a bowl!
The Juicery Bar is located at 635 Brickell Key Drive
For more information on The Juicery Bar, please visit www.thejuicerybar.com
Freshii’s motto: Eat. Energize. Their main goal is to energize people on the go and aim to provide fresh and nutritious meal choices. The menu ranges from delicious salads, to quinoa bowls, to fresh pressed juices, to custom-made green wraps. For salads, the Market salad is made of quinoa, beet and apple slaw, carrots, field greens and spinach, avocado, and it is all topped off with honey dijon dressing. For fresh pressed juices, the Green Energy Juice is perfectly blended with apple, cucumber, kale, lemon, carrot, romaine, and spinach. Just like its name, Freshii provides fresh and yummy products that have locations in over 75+ cities, including our own.
Freshii is located at 2300 NW 2nd Ave
For more information on Freshii, please visit www.freshii.com
This hotspot is home to cold-pressed juices, smoothies, juice cleanses, and quality food. They are made fresh daily and are 100% organic. The juice cleanses range from beginner to highly active depending on the level of the juicer and consists of 6 to 8 juices a day. For sustenance, there’s a variety of acai bowls to pick from. The Sunset Harbor Acai bowl is made of acai berry, Brazil nut crumble, raw honey, banana, seasonal fruit, coconut flakes, and cacao nib. Another great choice would be the Acai Verde bowl with acai berry, banana, kale, spirulina, raw honey, seasonal fruit, kale-cacao granola, and coconut flakes.
Jugofresh is located at 40 South Pointe Drive
For more information on Jugofresh, please visit www.jugofresh.com
Raw South Juice Co.
This live raw food restaurant provides organic raw juices, a smoothie bar, nutritional and inventive food selections. From veggie burger salads, to cheesy vegan vegetable stuffed eggplant, to a pumpkin vegetable potage, to the classic acai bowls, Raw South Juice Co. spices up our hotspot list with some innovative products.
Raw South Juice Co. is located at 9804 SW 77th Ave
For more information on Raw South Juice Co., please visit their
Twitter page @rawsouthjuice
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