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Cold-pressed + 100% Raw Organic

Jusu Bar is a refreshing spin on the standard. Our premium cold-press preserves all the flavour in our 100% organic & non-GMO ingredients, so that you receive only the freshest, most nutritionally complete juices & smoothies possible. Each item on our unique menu is formulated to contain specific beneficial properties, meaning that with every delicious drop you're nourishing your body from the inside out—the only part you won’t like is when your bottle is empty. If you want a quick & easy way to take your health back into your own hands, Jusu has got you covered.

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Banana

Bananas balance potassium with sodium levels to help maintain a healthy heart rate, normal blood pressure, &, as a prebiotic, feed friendly flora for a healthier gut. They contain high levels of tryptophan, essential in the formation of serotonin, a neurotransmitter associated with feelings of happiness & satiety.

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Cilantro

Cilantro has a citrusy, floral fragrance & it is filled with a wealth of antioxidants which help prevent the unwanted oxidization of food that it’s combined with. Cilantro also contains manganese, folate & vitamins A, C and K. It’s sometimes used as a water purifier due to its ability to function as a heavy metal chelater.

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Kale

Like the other dark, leafy greens, kale is calorie for calorie one of the most nutrient dense foods available. A potent source of chlorophyll & alkaline-forming minerals, it is rich in iron, calcium, magnesium, phytonutrients, fatty acids & vitamins C, B complex & fat-soluble vitamins K & E.

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Orange

Similar to lemons, oranges contain significant amounts of antioxidants such as vitamin C, limonoids and polyphenols. They contain carotenoids, the precursors to vitamin A, as well as magnesium and potassium. They also have a low glycemic index compared to other types of sweet fruit.

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Spinach

Spinach is an excellent source of amino acids and it is comprised of 45% especially digestible protein. Because of the protein, iron, & calcium content, spinach is a great “building” food. It contains chlorophyll, micronutrients, vitamins C, A, folate & antioxidants such as alpha lipoic acid.

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Strawberry

Strawberries were first cultivated around 1300 in France as a medicinal herb used to treat depressive illnesses. Their unique nutritional profile includes anthocyanins, found in their red pigment, biotin, silicon, potassium, vitamins K & C, & magnesium. They're one of the most important foods to buy organic.

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Apple

A member of the rose family, the apple is a source of vitamin C, unique polyphenols and antioxidants, as well as B-complex vitamins, calcium, potassium & phosphorous. Apples are also high in soluble fibre, which binds with fats in the intestine and slows the build-up of cholesterol-rich plaque in the arteries.

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Carrot

First cultivated in Afghanistan, carrots have come a long way to be the sweet, bright orange roots we now know. They contain carotenoids, B vitamins, phosphorus, calcium, iodine, & potassium. The vitamin A & antioxidant content make them a great food to promote healthy vision, glowing skin & detoxification.

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Lemon

Lemons are a fantastic immune booster. With high levels of vitamin C, flavenoids & limonoids, they provide many protective antioxidants. Though acidic tasting, lemons contribute alkaline-forming minerals to the body, making a glass of lemon water a perfect balance to alcohol, meat & dairy, which are all acid-forming.

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Turmeric

Known as olena to Hawaiians, turmeric has a special place in many cultures. Its bright, yellow pigment is often used ceremoniously throughout Asia to embellish the body, clothing & utensils. As a superfood, turmeric is best known for its anti-inflammatory & antioxidant properties & is a good source of iron, manganese, potassium, & vitamin B6.

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Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a succulent plant whose leaves contain a nourishing polysaccharide gel. This gel lubricates the joints, brain, nervous system & skin. A soothing digestive aid & prebiotic, it also coats & eases the digestive system & feeds healthy bacteria. Considered a “beauty food” aloe also contains sulphur & MSM which promote collagen production.

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Celery

Pale green with a crunchy texture, celery is packed with vitamins, minerals, and essential amino acids. It’s ability to restore electrolytes, rehydrate and alkalinize the body makes it the perfect tonic after a workout or on a hot summer day.

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Cucumber

A member of the melon family, cucumber is extremely hydrating, providing the body with a mix of water & organic minerals. It contains vitamins C, A & B complex, & is a source of the “beauty mineral” silica, which is concentrated in the skin of the cucumber & is said to support the growth of healthy skin, hair & bones.

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Pear

While pears contain vitamins C & K, & copper, it’s their phytonutrient content that especially stands out. They tie with apples as the second highest fruit & vegetable source of flavenols & contain a significant amount of insoluble fiber. One of the least allergenic foods, they're ideal for babies & those with food sensitivities.

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Sunflower Sprouts

Sprouts, or ‘micro greens,’ contain 100x the enzymes as mature leafy greens. Their complex starches are broken into simple sugars, proteins into amino acids, & crude fats into fatty acids, essentially pre-digesting the nutrients in the seed. Sunflower sprouts are a rich source of protein, zinc, selenium and B complex.

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Beet

“The beet is the most intense of vegetables. The radish, admittedly, is more feverish, but the fire of the radish is a cold fire, the fire of discontent not of passion. Tomatoes are lusty enough, yet there runs through tomatoes an undercurrent of frivolity. Beets are deadly serious.’’ –Tom Robbins, Jitterbug Perfume Long valued as a blood tonic, the beet is a vegetable that nourishes the entire body & is a great way to replenish iron. Beet juice is becoming popular with elite athletes for its nitrate content & spectrum of other vitamins and minerals, including calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, B complex, & vitamin C.

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Ginger

From the same family as turmeric & cardamom, ginger is one of the oldest medicinal foods on the planet & is even mentioned in the Kama Sutra. It is revered as a tonic that supports & balances all constitutions. Used as an anti-microbial & anti-inflammatory, ginger also awakens digestion before & after a meal.

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Romaine

In stark contrast to its reputation as a vegetable that’s mostly comprised of water, it turns out that romaine is actually packed with nutrients. It is made up of 17 percent protein and contains calcium, iron, B vitamins, vitamin K & vitamin A. This leafy green is even a source of omega 3 fatty acids.

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Almond Mylk

Almonds contain some of the highest antioxidant concentrations of all tree nuts. They are a great source of monounsaturated fats & vitamin E, both linked to lowered cholesterol levels in the body. Soaking almonds before eating them deactivates their enzyme inhibitors & makes them especially digestible.

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Avocado

Aside from being delicious, it’s the unique fats in avocados that make them so worth eating. They’re rich in alpha linolenic acid, a good source of omega 3, which is crucial for building red blood cells, reducing inflammation & regulating metabolism. A bit of avocado with a meal can also lower its glycemic index.

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Blueberry

Scoring low on the glycemic index & high on the ORAC scale (the official scale of antioxidant strength), blueberries are a great support to the brain & nervous system, boosting cognition, coordination, & memory by protecting nerve cells from stress. They also help maintain heathy cholesterol & blood pressure levels.

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Dates

Dates are possibly the closest things in nature resembling caramel. A portable & nutrient dense food, they contain numerous minerals including immune enhancing selenium & potassium. A great source of protein, containing 23 amino acids (many uncommon to fruit), dates are rich in iron & unsaturated fatty acids.

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Hemp Hearts

Hemp has long provided the raw material to make fabric, paper, fuel & food. It’s a high quality, balanced source of protein & contains the greatest amount of essential fatty acids (EFA) of any other seed. Hemp oil contains what might be the perfect ratio of omega 3 to omega 6 fatty acids & GLA, which fights inflammation & hormone imbalance.

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Power On

AFA can be traced back about 2.8 billion years on earth. It is one of the best sources of chlorophyll in nature & is made up of 60% easily digestible protein. It contains phenylethylamine (PEA), an adrenal & brain chemical that improves memory, alertness & the effectiveness of other neurotransmitters.

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The Jusu Cleanse

Super-charge your life

Jusu’s simple cleanses are carefully designed to give you the perfect mix of nutrition, satisfaction, & flavour while allowing your system to detoxify, rest & repair. The result is a full-body rejuvenation, including increased energy, improved immunity, & enhanced mental clarity. You & your body will love it.

Before Cleansing

Your body is on the front lines of everything you do. Cleansing gives your body a break so you can return to peak mental & physical health.

The Jusu Kick-Start Cleanse

Prepare to be energized while you detoxify & revitalize your cells. Treat yourself to our restorative cold-pressed juices & delectable mylks.

After Cleansing

Your cells are alive & healing! Want to ride this feeling a little longer? After the 1-3 days, try eliminating some of the things that are bringing you down.

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Jusu + Charity

Jusu plays an active role in the health & wellness community by contributing to local & national foundations. Cancer has directly affected our team, so we feel personally committed to supporting charities that offer aid, education, & a healthier future for those diagnosed & their families. We truly believe the more you give, the more you get.

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