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A Summer Of Berry Benefits

by Neka on July 26, 2013, 5 comments

Happy Very Berry Summer!

Summer time is all about berries, and rightfully so. Berries are nature’s candy, sweet, tart, and good for you! This season get your berry on, and incorporate these fruity bites into your daily diet to benefit your body’s immunity levels, circulatory system, and slim you down to your healthiest you. Plus, buying in-season produce is easier on your wallet! Oh yeah!

blueberry health benefitsBlueberries – Blue and good for you! Blueberries reduce the cell damage, improve vision, and promote weight loss. They are the perfect treat to slim you down for your bikini beach moment!

raspberry healthy benefits

Raspberries – Purifying the blood, Raspberries help your body’s leading detoxifiers, the liver and kidneys, working efficiently to cleanse and reinvigorate your digestive and circulatory systems. Eat a handful of these sweet, tart treats and keep your body so fresh and clean. Or, whip up a Raw Raspberry Cheesecake from our founder’s own home recipe.

Acai Berries – This super food is high in Omega fats, those trusty immune system strengtheners. Stock up on acai, and spend less of your summer sick!

Goji Berries – Go Goji! Also known as wolf berries, these dried berries resembling raisins or cranberries are high in anti-oxidants, which rid the body of the free-radicals, pesky uncharged molecules that can obscure cell DNA and lead to cancer down the road. Goji berries, for the win!

Blackberries – PMS ruining your summer fun? Blackberries can help! These dark, anti-oxidant-rich berries contain plant-based estrogen called phytoestrogen that can actually reduces the symptoms of PMS leaving you free and happy even during your gloomiest time of the month! Plus, blackberries have a perfect balance of sugar and fiber, to keep your blood sugar regulated throughout the day! Keep blackberries around, and have a happier summer.

 

Summer is here, and the berries are ripe. Sweet, tart, dried, or fresh, these fruits will give you a burst of energy to keep your body healthy, active, and happy all season long. Grab a handful today for your sweetest summer yet!

 

What is your favorite summer berry recipe? Leave us a comment and share your berry love!

10 Foods to Beat the Heat

by Neka on July 24, 2013, 2 comments

July is hot, and possibly the easiest time of year to dehydrate. Knowing which ingredients to eat alongside your daily dose of water helps maximize your body’s energy levels, and lets you enjoy more of your best summer. Here are ten ingredients to help conserve your body’s water, to stay hydrated and balanced longer in this season of heat.

foods to cool the body

Lettuce – Just a leafy garnish for your burger? Not anymore! Lettuce is rich in water, and provides at edible addition to your body’s general H2O intake. Try it in a salad, or as a tasty lettuce wrap around your favorite filling, washed down with water for double the hydration!

Celery – Celery is high in silicon, and good for the joints. Cartilage, low in blood cells, cushions our joints. Blood cannot carry nutrients through cartilage, because cartilage itself is not comprised of blood cells. It thus becomes our body’s water supply, which nourishes our joints. Eating more celery increases the amount of silicon in the body, making this nutrient more easily accessible, and lessening the workload on the body’s water sources. Ease up on your body, chomp on some celery, and keep those joints limber!

Brown Rice Protein – During the summer time, the water in our bodies scurries about relieving the symptoms of dryness and mucus production that the season’s allergens produce. Brown rice protein reduces allergens in the body, leaving your body’s water free of hydrate you in different ways.

Carrots – These crunchy orange veggies keep your digestion on track, and are high in vitamin A, which benefits the immune system and clears the skin. With healthy digestion and immune systems, all water necessary in aiding any problems in those areas can be redirected elsewhere. So, get your healthy glow on, and carrot up! Ever tried carrot juice? It’s delicious!

Blueberries – Bursting with anti-oxidants, a handful of blueberries reduces cell damage in the body, lowering your risk of future cancers. Healthy cells use the water in your body more efficiently, and therefore sustain your hydration longer. Try these sweet treats on their own, in a salad, or baked in a muffin. Yum!

Cucumbers – Cucumbers are diuretics that flush out your system and reduce wastewater from reabsorbing back into the body. Keep your body running on fresh fuel.  Try some cucumber sliced up, for a crunchy and fresh beach-time snack! Alternatively add some cucumber to your juice to make a refreshing juice.

Beets – Deep in color and taste, beets clean the blood and benefit the liver, the body’s main detoxifying organ. Toxin-free, we stay hydrated longer. So beet out those toxins, for a fresher, clearer you.

Garlic – A real heart-healthy treat, garlic is an herbal bulb that improves blood circulation. Healthy circulation keeps the body’s operations smooth, and requires less strain on our hydration supply. Try some on date night, because you know what they say… two garlic mouths cancel each other out…

Spinach – This leafy green rich in Vitamin A builds and cleanses the blood. Clear blood means a more effective body system. Try sautéing spinach in some extra virgin olive oil for some extra inflammation reduction!

And above all else…

Ionized Water – Resulting from an electrolysis-induced non-neutral pH, studies have shown that ionized water better balances the body’s natural pH and better sustains cellular hydration. Bring some in a water bottle on a hike for fresh, cool relief.

Eat smart, conserve your body’s water this summer, and have fun longer!

To keep your body regulated this summer, we recommend considering a juice cleanse. This will help remove toxins from your body that could prevent your body from performing optimally in summer heat.

5 Foods That Will Actually Make You Happier

by Neka on July 19, 2013, 27 comments

Women have it rough. Sabrina Tavernise of The New York Times recently wrote an article examining statistical conclusions marking a rise in female painkiller addiction. Some studies have even found that women are more likely to have chronic pain than men, which increases proclivity for reaching toward a tiny orange bottle to alleviate mental and physical pain. But pills don’t have to be the answer; the path to a pain free life can be found…in your food. No, seriously! Each food we eat has its own benefit toward the health and happiness of our minds and bodies. Check out these five essential ingredients for a Vitamin D rich, anti-inflammatory centric diet that will keep away the pain, one bite at a time.
Health benefits of celery
1. Celery isn’t just for crudités.
This vegetable is a great calming agent for the liver and nervous system. Toxin buildup over time increases mental anxiety and physical distress, thereby leaving the body more susceptible to chronic pain. Eating foods that maintain the liver, the body’s main detoxifying organ, keep its natural purification on track. Eliminating toxins, celery leaves your body clear, relaxed, and refreshed.

health benefits of cucumber

2. Cool as a Cucumber? Absolutely.
Did you know that cucumbers naturally cool the body from the inside out, purifying the skin and reducing excess body heat? Cooling down our bodies relieves some of the physical effects of inflammation that increase chronic pain, which is why fancy spas place cucumber slices over eyes to reduce puffiness.

 

ginger health benefits3. Ginger is nature’s tummy tamer.
Ginger naturally lessens inflammation, while also regulating your digestive system.

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4. Ginger’s cousin Turmeric contains the pigment curcumin, which has even more benefits for the body. Numerous studies have shown curcumin’s anti-inflammatory effects to be comparable to the potent drugs hydrocortisone and phenylbutazone, as well as over-the-counter anti-inflammatory agents such as Motrin. Curcumin is a completely natural pain reliever, and thus eliminates pain without toxic side effects such as ulcer formation and intestinal bleeding that are possible when taking leading pain-relieving drugs.

health benefits of cinnamon

5. Cinnamon isn’t just for cookies.
With just a little sprinkle, cinnamon reinvigorates your body by increasing circulation, opening up breathing airways, and reducing fatigue. Full of energy, your body is better suited to combat the chronic mental and physical pain of lethargy. This spice will liven up your insides, leaving your body lighter and pain-free. Oh, and did we mention it is a natural aphrodisiac?

Just remember, when relieving chronic pain, pills are not your only option. Simple foods and spices available right in own kitchen can nurture your body’s natural defenses. Treat yourself to nature’s cure for pain relief and feed yourself some happy.
Try a power dose of good stuff for your body by scheduling an organic juice cleanse.

Berry Cheesecake Recipe

by Neka on June 24, 2013, 38 comments

Urban Remedy’s Fav Berry Cheesecake
*Vegan*
*Raw*
*Gluten free*
Yep, this recipe is all of those!
We all crave sweets, yet sometimes finding a healthy and delicious dessert can be a challenge. Now, you can enjoy one of our favorite desserts straight from the kitchen of our founder, Neka Pasquale.
Play around with different berries and let us know your favorite.
gluten free dessert recipe
Ingredients
Crust:
1 cup raw almonds
1/2 cup raw shredded coconut
1/2 cup coconut sugar
1/4 cup coconut oil
1/4 tsp pink salt
Filling:
4 1/2 cups organic raspberries or strawberries
3 cups soaked organic cashews*
1/2 cup lemon juice
1/2 to 3/4 cup raw organic agave
1 tsp vanilla extract in glycerine
1 cup unrefined organic coconut oil melted
Directions
Prep:
Soak raw cashews  in clean water for 20 minutes. Strain and rinse cashews, setting aside for use in the cheesecake filling.
Crust:
Add all ingredients to food processor and process until well blended. Remove and pat firmly into pie pan.
Filling:
In a blender or food processor, add berries, cashews, agave, lemon juice and vanilla. Blend until all ingredients are smooth. Once smooth, pour in the coconut oil and blend well.
Pour filling into the crust. Chill in the refrigerator overnight. Garnish with berries. Enjoy with friends and loved ones!
And, if you are looking for more vegan dessert options, don’t forget our whole range of snacks!
Don’t forget to check back often for more gluten free dessert recipes! 
When we served this at our kitchen opening party, our guests were literally licking the plate:
Gluten free dessert recipe cheesecake

How Long Should I Do A Juice Cleanse?

by Neka on June 20, 2013, 51 comments

As we hear this question quite frequently, we thought you could use a handy resource for choosing the length of your cleanse. Overall, this answer depends on what your body needs and your personal health goals.  Every body has its own history of diet, chemical exposure and stress levels, so consider yours when picking which length of a cleanse to complete.

 

purify juice cleanse

 

1 Day

This is a great introduction to the idea of cleansing as well as a great way to maintain the benefits of a longer cleanse. Do this once a month, before a big date, or after a little too much indulging and you’ll feel the difference.

3 Days
A three day juice cleanse eliminate toxins, bolster your immune system, boost energy, clear your skin and help you get glowing, stimulate weight loss, and address many basic gastro-intestinal imbalances.

5-to-7 Days
This is recommended to address many common health concerns, such as if you have a high-stress lifestyle, eat fast/processed foods, smoke, drink, or take prescription/non-prescription drugs.

2-to-4 Weeks
For chronic health concerns, inflammation, or to lose a good amount of weight, a longer program may be needed. We’ll recommend a customized juice cleanse of  up to 2 weeks, followed by 2 more weeks with the addition of cleansing foods.

San Francisco Bay Area Honey

by Neka on June 3, 2013, 2 comments

fresh honey with honeycomb from San FranciscoLiving in the San Francisco Area certainly has its perks for foodies – particularly at this time of the year. Farmers markets are overflowing with $1 avocados, heaping piles of apricots, and gorgeous bundles of colorful rainbow chard. One only has to stroll down the streets of Berkeley to see Meyer lemon trees overflowing with fruit and neat rows of herbs in front yards. But people aren’t the only ones who appreciate this mecca of plant growth…yes, we are talking about bees.

Beyond the chicken coops and the home vegetable gardens, beekeeping is on the upswing. Almost every city has a beekeeper’s association, and the buzzing of bees is no longer associated with stings, but instead sweet combs of honey in one’s own backyard.

There are many Bay Area companies utilizing our local beehives and the diversity within each region. Bees prefer sampling flowers close to home, though can occasionally travel up to 3 miles from their hive. Because of this, each hive’s honey will taste very much like the specific sampling of flowers within their geolocation. You can even find honey specific to Alameda, the East Bay, Marin, Sonoma, San Francisco, or Mt Tam. If you come across any of these local brand’s stand at a farmer’s market you can taste each one – and yes, there is a difference!

Some local brands prefer to break down their honey into even smaller geographic locations. Did you know that most neighborhoods in San Francisco have a community garden – and that within that garden there is often a beehive? With these resources you can find honey native to Cole Valley, Potrero Hill, Noe Valley, the Mission (hint: this beehive is on the top of Bi-Rite), and the Inner Sunset. If you live in one of those neighborhoods and are suffering from seasonal allergies, it might be worth a try consuming one of your (very local) honeys.

So why buy local honey, instead of the generic brands that are normally at your grocery store? You might be surprised if you read the labels. Many big name honey companies source their honey from places as far away as Thailand and Vietnam – which means that honey travels a long way, and has big carbon footprint.

Local honey can also help to combat seasonal allergies. When plants start pollinating in the spring many of our bodies release histamines – a natural immune system function that helps to counteract the pollen. Unfortunately histamines cause us to sneeze, get congested, and experience other unpleasant allergy-related symptoms. Local honey contains the pollen that irritates us in our day to day life, causing those histamines to be released. Some studies prove that by consuming local honeys, bodies can create antibodies to the pollen we’re allergic to – effectively curing our seasonal allergies!

What’s your favorite way to consume honey? We’re fans of it spread on locally baked bread, stirred into our tea, or even eaten plain off a spoon. Join the local honey revolution!
 

Top 10 Reasons to Avoid Refined Sugar

by Neka on May 22, 2013, 17 comments

top 10 reasons to avoid sugarRefined sugar was practically nonexistent in the human diet until recent times. Today, the over-consumption of sugar is the number one cause of the American obesity epidemic. While the USDA recommends only 8 teaspoons (32 grams) of added sugar per day, the average American eats approximately 53 teaspoons (212 grams). It is loaded into the majority of processed foods, where it lurks in even the most unsuspecting places – breads, sauces, salad dressings, even frozen fruit! With 56 names for refined sugar ingredients (including High Fructose Corn Syrup, Corn Syrup or Corn Syrup Solids, Sucrose and Fructose) manufacturers hide this toxic substance throughout ingredients lists to make our food “taste good.” A bit funny when natural ingredients taste so delicious!

Sugar contributes to a whole host of negative health effects – and we’re not just talking about tooth decay here, but sickness, disease, and even cancer. Cutting sugar from your diet can prevent these adverse effects, contributing to not only a smaller waistline but a longer, better quality of life. Here are the top 10 reasons you should avoid refined sugar:

1. Sugar is addictive
Like drugs, sugar stimulates the release of dopamine, a “feel-good” chemical in the brain. As we consume sugar, our bodies create more dopamine receptors that lead us to crave more sugar, resulting in a vicious cycle of sugar consumption.

2. Sugar damages your immune system
By lowering the efficiency of white blood cells for hours at a time after consumption, sugar compromises the immune system and hinders our ability to fight disease and infection.

3. Sugar robs your body of essential minerals
Besides being empty calories with absolutely no nutritional value, sugar actually robs your body of essential minerals. Sugar causes essential minerals like sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium to be leached from the body. This can weaken the teeth and bones, causing tooth decay and diseases like osteoporosis.

4. Sugar can lead to the development of cancer
There is an old saying: “Cancer loves sugar.” Consuming too much sugar causes our bodies to produce excessive amounts of insulin, which encourages the growth of cells – a good thing for healthy cells, but not cancerous cells. Excessive sugar intake has been linked to increased risk for breast, colon, pancreatic, colorectal, and endometrial cancer.

5. Consumption of sugar is detrimental to the liver
Refined sugar is half glucose and half fructose. The liver is the only organ that can metabolize fructose. When too much fructose enters the liver, it gets turned into fat that can build up over time and ultimately lead to disease.

6. Sugar causes insulin resistance, diabetes, and weight gain
Insulin drives glucose into cells from the bloodstream. Elevated blood glucose is toxic, so when excessive amounts of glucose cannot be used properly the pancreas begins to secrete insulin in order to remove it from the bloodstream, leading the body to become insulin resistant. When the body becomes resistant to insulin, the pancreas stops doing its job properly, which is a contributing factor of type II diabetes. Insulin also signals the body to store fat, which leads to obesity.

7. Sugar causes premature aging
Sugar can attach to proteins in the bloodstream, resulting in AGEs (Advanced Glycation End Products) that damage collagen and elastin production, which are responsible for maintaining skin’s elasticity.

8. Sugar leads to depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue, irritability, and mood swings
Consuming sugar leads to a spike in both blood sugar and feel-good serotonin levels in the brain. When the sugar withdraws from our system, we experience a “crash” creating a cycle of craving and bingeing in both our bodies and our minds. This is not fun for anyone.

9. Sugar increases hyperactivity in children
Refined sugars enter the bloodstream quickly, producing rapid fluctuations in blood glucose levels that trigger adrenaline and make children more active. Consider more kid friendly gluten free snacks to help avoid this.

10. Sugar can affect your cholesterol
High sugar consumption lowers levels of the “good” HDL cholesterol that helps remove LDL, or “bad” cholesterol from the artery walls, and has been shown to increase levels of triglycerides, a type of fat found in the blood that poses an increased risk for heart disease.

Artificial sweeteners, while not made from sugar, should also be avoided at all costs. These sweeteners are made from loads of chemicals with absolutely no nutritional value and a slew of harmful side effects of their own.

It should be noted that natural sugar found in fruit does not have any of the negative effects of refined sugar. If you would like to add a bit of sweet to your food, we recommend Stevia, a natural plant extract that has no calories, is sweeter than sugar, and has no adverse effects on blood sugar levels. We have actually chosen to add a dash of this natural sweetener to some of the juices in our juice cleanses for this reason!

Cutting sugar from your diet may be hard at first, but within a matter of time you’ll begin to experience the positive effects it will have on your mind, body, and overall well-being.

 

 

Super Food Spotlight: Chia Seeds

by Neka on May 10, 2013, 6 comments

Chia seeds are one of our favorite super foods! We mix Chia into our Young Love and Warrior juices to bring a powerful nutrient-rich punch to your cleanse.

chia seed used in juiceThe word chia is actually from the Mayan language, meaning “strength,” and Aztec warriors relied on chia seed to boost energy and increase stamina.

Chia seeds have healthy omega-3 fatty oils, easily digestible protein and antioxidants that may help with diabetes, hypoglycemia and celiac disease. The seeds also have 18% of the recommended daily intake of calcium.

Unlike flax seed, chia seeds don’t have to be ground and they don’t go rancid the way flax does.

Chia will keep you fuller longer and prevent you from overeating. But be warned: Eat no more than a maximum one ounce a day per day. Because chia is very high in fiber, overly large amounts can cause stomach upset.

As a dietary supplement, chia seeds may be added to other foods as a topping or put into smoothies, oatmeal, yogurt, made into a gelatin substance, or consumed raw. Partly because there is no perceptible shell, addition of chia seeds to other products may not alter taste.

Chia is fantastic for kids too. It doesn’t change the way the food tastes, though it does give it a bit of a crunch. Consider tossing a  bit of chia in pancake or waffle mix. This won’t alter the taste but will give your breakfast a bit of fun crunch.

This ease is precisely what makes chia such a winning super food. Whether making it into a pudding, used as an egg substitute for the veggie folks, the same benefits can be found simply by tossing a teaspoon into yogurt, oatmeal or smoothie.

What are your favorite ways to use chia seeds?

Haven’t tried them yet? We toss them in our Young Love and Warrior juices to give you a nutrient boost.

 

 

 

How to Do a Juice Cleanse

by Neka on March 12, 2013, 9 comments

Congratulations on your decision to do a juice cleanse!  Here are some simple tips on how to do a juice cleanse that is successful, easy and fun.

1. Pre-Juice Cleanse

Diet: Upholding a healthy, light diet 3 days before your juice cleanse will ease the hunger cravings during the juice cleansing. Only eat organic fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and eggs and drink 8 glasses of water a day. Our egg taco recipe is a great pre-juice cleanse meal. Avoid alcohol, caffeine, sugar, processed foods, dairy, red meat and gluten.

Time: For an optimal juice cleansing experience, make sure you have the free time to reflect and rest. Do not do juice cleanses during an emotionally intense time or during a major life transition. Set yourself up for success: ask your friends and family to support you or to even to do a juice cleanse with you! Offer them this list of reasons to juice for more information.

Attitude: Set an intention for your juice cleanse. An intention is a commitment to changing a part of your life that no longer serves you. What do you want to create through your juice cleanse? What do you need to heal (such as relationships, illnesses, thought patterns)? How will you know if your juice cleanse was a success? Write down your answers to these questions to reveal the intention for your juice cleanse.

2. During Your Juice Cleanse 

Diet: We recommend a 100% juice cleanse because eating slows down the juice cleansing process. If you need to eat during your juice cleanse, choose organic fruits, vegetables or soaked nuts and seeds. Try the Urban Remedy meal replacement smoothies and Nosh snacks, which are raw, gluten-free and very nutritious.

Exercise: Limit yourself to light exercise, such as walks, yoga, and stretching. Your energy levels will change when you’re on a juice cleanse, so pay attention to what your body needs before exercising.

Activities: We suggest doing introspective activities while juice cleansing such as writing in a journal, meditation, walks in nature and listening to gentle music. Avoid places with loud noise and a lot of activity; you might be more sensitive during your juice cleanse than usual. Make sure you have a lot of free time to take care of yourself.

3. After Your Juice Cleanse

how to do a juice cleane: after the cleanseDiet: Return gradually to eating solid foods after your juice cleanse. During the three days after completing your juice cleanse, follow a diet similar to the pre-cleanse diet. You can eat organic fruits and green vegetables the first day after your juice cleanse. On the second day, add brown rice, eggs and yogurt. Add chicken, fish or meat to the diet 5 to 6 days after the fast. Use your juice cleanse experience to create new, healthy eating habits! Try our almond oatmeal for a grain-free breakfast recipe.

Activities: Don’t jump into anything strenuous or exhausting right after your juice cleanse. Continue to take time to relax and integrate your juice cleanse experience back into your life.

Urban Remedy Partners with Charity GLIDE in SF for National Nutrition Month

by Neka on March 8, 2013, 15 comments

 

Urban Remedy Glide Partnership

We are proud to announce that Urban Remedy will partner with the San Francisco community non-profit GLIDE for the entirety of March, to coincide with National Nutrition Month.

GLIDE’s “Daily Free Meals” program is the only San Francisco service to provide three nutritious meals a day, 364 days a year, to the city’s poor, homeless, and hungry, in an atmosphere of respect, acceptance, and love. Through our partnership, we at Urban Remedy will provide a full day of food for a person in need for every purchase of a three day cleanse through our website. Customers should enter the coupon code “URCARES” at checkout.

Our founder and CEO, Neka Pasquale, aligned with the GLIDE organization because of its local ties and mission to provide complete, nutritious meals to those in need.

“GLIDE is working on the ground to help fight hunger on a local level,” says Pasquale. “With San Francisco being our company’s own home as well, it is a perfect fit. We at Urban Remedy believe that proper nutrition should be accessible to everyone, so I believe our values align with GLIDE in a wonderful way.”

“We experience miracles every day at GLIDE—especially with the change in attitude and behaviors on the part of children and families. From the rooftop garden where children help grow fresh vegetables and herbs to the nutrition classes provided weekly for their families, the people most affected by poverty learn the important, affordable and delicious ways to achieve wellness,” said Janice Mirikitani, who founded GLIDE in partnership with her husband, Reverend Cecil Williams.

At the end of National Nutrition Month, Neka and the Urban Remedy team will visit GLIDE to spend the day volunteering and to present the community with Urban Remedy’s donation.

About GLIDE:
Located at Ellis and Taylor in the Tenderloin, one of San Francisco’s harshest urban environments, GLIDE is an oasis that has served the poor and disenfranchised for 50 years. GLIDE is unconditional in its love, support and commitment to the community it serves – providing a range of holistic services from serving nearly one million free meals a year, to providing affordable housing, free or low-cost state-of-the-art healthcare along with dozens of other programs that help to alleviate suffering and break the cycles of poverty and marginalization. With an unwavering commitment grounded in spirituality and emotional understanding, GLIDE is a leading organization for social justice – inspiring the larger community to celebrate humanity through compassion, generosity and acceptance. For more information about GLIDE, please call (415) 674-6000 or visit http://www.GLIDE.org.

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