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Juice for Thought: Ingredients for Better Memory

by Rebecca on May 6, 2014, one comment

At Urban Remedy, when it comes to the health of your mind, we mind. Studies have shown omega-3 fatty acids (aka the good cholesterol) improve brain function and decrease the symptoms of various mental illnesses. These fatty acids even help the brain regenerate, as found when doctors recently treated a coma patient with a high dosage, and the patient awoke. Amazing! The one tricky bit about omega 3 fatty acids though, remains that the body does not produce them naturally. To acquire these benefits, one must consume omega-3 fatty acids via external sources.

Luckily, at Urban Remedy we are longtime fans of omega-3 fatty acids, and include their mind-soothing goodness in many of our juices and drinks. If you are looking to add omega fats to your diet, here are three ingredients, and their juice compatriots, to consider incorporating.

almonds2.jpgAlmond Milk: Almonds help alkalize the blood, relieve liver qi stagnation, and improve cognitive function. The strands of ALA omega fatty acids in almonds link together to produce DHA, which in turn helps rebuild brain cell membranes. Drinking almond milk daily can increase the effectiveness of anti-depressants, and improve memory function. Experience these healthy effects with one of our several almond milk varieties for a delicious does of mental calm.

624-810x1024.jpgAçai Berries: Açaí berries are high in antioxidants, which prevent disease, and high in those same precious ALA omega fatty acids, which improve brain function. According to some studies, these ALA omega fats may in fact be helpful in correcting certain imbalances in the minds of menopausal women. At Urban Remedy, our Time Machine has a perfect dose of açai for balancing your mind, and your appetite.

chia seed used in juiceChia Seeds: Chia seeds also provide the brain with ALA omega fatty acids, 3 and 6 to be exact. These fatty acids can increase the remembering, concentration, and learning levels in those who suffer from ADHD. For a healthy dose of chia seeds, try a Warrior juice (featured in our Signature Cleanse), or our Chocolate Banana, Green Berry, or Pineapple Coconut  smoothies.

The mind is a terrible thing to starve. Feed yours with the yummy omega fat-rich foods it craves, for calmer, clearer thoughts all day long.

5 Tips for a Weekend Detox

by Rebecca on May 2, 2014, one comment

After a busy workweek, a quick weekend detox retreat can boost morale and reinvigorate your health for the following. However, at Urban Remedy, we know going to a retreat can get cumbersome. Here are some weekend activities and foods/juices you can try for an especially detoxifying weekend, without venturing too far off schedule.

market-6.jpgBeets: Beets, the ruby of root vegetables, are bursting with minerals like magnesium, calcium, zinc, and iron. These minerals help clean the blood by flushing toxins from the body. With cleaner blood, oxygen moves more easily to the heart, brain, and other organs, boosting energy and mental clarity. At Urban Remedy, we love roasted beets at dinner or sipping them throughout the day in our After Party for that extra kick of wellness.

Sauna: Sweat is your friend! Not only does sweat regulate body temperature, but it also eradicates toxins through your glands and skin in less than 15 minutes! An important but often forgotten trick to remember when visiting the sauna is to take rehydration breaks. The goal of sauna-ing is not to lose water weight (though that can be an added bonus), but rather to flush out toxins. Drinking more liquids increases the routes by which toxins can exit the body. If you have access to a local sauna, try hitting it up for a quick and relaxing weekend sweat.

ginger.jpgGinger: Spicy yet fresh, ginger increases your metabolism which in turn flushes toxins out of the body faster. Added bonus? Ginger also treats nausea. If your detox becomes too intense (meaning you dehydrate) chew on some ginger followed by a glass of water to rehydrate. At Urban Remedy, our Pink Lemonade has the kind of gingery kick you’re seeking this weekend. Pair it with our Ginger Brittle for a duo that will give you a deep detox!

how to do a juice cleane: after the cleanseBirkram Yoga: Originating in India, this form of exercise involves practicing yoga in a studio set to 105° Fahrenheit. The elevated room temperature boosts sweat gland function, rapidly alleviating toxins. At the same time the yoga poses increase circulation, reinvigorating your muscles and clearing the mind. A true win, win! Like using saunas, rehydration is crucial when practicing Bikram yoga. So remember that water!

Pineapple: This island fruit is like a vacation for your colon. Pineapple contains the digestive enzyme bromelain which helps cleanse your colon. This cleanse flushes away any toxins stored in your intestines for a rejuvenated digestive tract. At Urban Remedy, our Pineapple Coconut shake has your perfect dose of pineapple power.

Let this weekend ready you for the week ahead. Just detox the day away!

Nationwide Organic Food Company, Urban Remedy, Supports San Francisco-Based Hunger Relief Charity, GLIDE, for National Nutrition Month

by Neka on March 7, 2014, no comments

For every purchase made at Urban Remedy’s site during March using coupon code “URCARES,” a full day of nutritious meals will be donated to people in need

Urban Remedy Supports Glide SF 

San Rafael, CA, March 7, 2013, – Urban Remedy (www.UrbanRemedy.com) – a certified organic food company that utilizes exceptionally-sourced ingredients to create cold-pressed juices, juice-cleanses, wellness kits, healthy meals and snacks – announced today that it will support the San Francisco-based non-profit GLIDE for the entirety of March, in support of National Nutrition Month.

GLIDE’s “Daily Free Meals” program is the only San Francisco service to provide three nutritious meals per day – 364 days a year – to the city’s poor, homeless and hungry, all offered within an atmosphere of respect, acceptance and compassion. Through their partnership, for every purchase made at Urban Remedy’s site during March, using coupon code “URCARES,” a full day of healthy, nutritious food will be donated to GLIDE in an effort to bring more nutritious meals to people in need.

“GLIDE is tirelessly working to help fight hunger on a local level,” says Urban Remedy’s founder, Neka Pasquale, L.Ac. M.S. “We have a shared mission to nourish the community in a thoughtful, helpful and educational manner. Everyone should have access to healthy and nutritious food.”

In 2013, Urban Remedy’s partnership with GLIDE resulted in more than 450 meals provided for people in the San Francisco Bay area. This year, Urban Remedy’s objective is to more than double the number of meals donated given the recent expansion of their innovative menu offerings and nationwide delivery.

“We are thankful that Urban Remedy has returned to help us raise awareness and resources for families in need, “ says Janice Mirikitani, co-founder of GLIDE.   “We are enormously appreciative of their consistent support and help in finding influential ways to achieve wellness for all.”

At the end of National Nutrition Month, Neka and her team will visit GLIDE to spend the day volunteering and to present the community with Urban Remedy’s donation. For more on Urban Remedy, please visit http://www.UrbanRemedy.com.

About Urban Remedy

Headquartered in Marin County, California, with storefronts in the San Francisco Bay Area, Urban Remedy was founded in 2009 by Licensed Acupuncturist, herbalist and certified Chinese nutritionist, Neka Pasquale L.Ac. M.S. As a certified organic company on the forefront of discovery and innovation, Urban Remedy offers consumers credible healthy living and nutritional information and great tasting products with healing benefits. In 2012, Urban Remedy partnered with Santa Monica technology studio Science Inc. to transform the local juice business into a robust platform with nationwide distribution.

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.

 

Glowing Skin in 3 Ingredients or Less

by Rebecca on November 4, 2013, no comments

Your perfect skin? Now it’s possible and might we add, deliciously so! Here are 3 ingredients to help your skin stay young and luminous as long as you like.

Cucumbers: Crisp and refreshing, cucumbers are natural dieuretics that cleanse the blood, cool excess heat from the body, and most importantly purify the skin. Lucky for you, at Urban Remedy, all of our juice cleanses incorporate cucumber-y goodness. Yum!

 Carrots: Crunchy and delicious carrots support liver function and digestion. They are also high in Vitamin A, which benefits the immune system and the skin. Anti-age with a swig of our After Party juice and get the glowing skin you deserve.

Tumeric: Turmeric, used in both Ayurvedic and Chinese medicines, is a spice hailed for its anti-inflammatory prowess. While often prescribed to treat digestive and liver problems, tumeric can also help clear and prevent skin diseases. Try adding a dash of tumeric to your next dish and boost your skin healthy.

Super Sweets: Natural Sweeteners that are Actually Good for You

by Neka on August 21, 2013, 8 comments

Healthy alternatives to sugar
      Satisfying your sweet tooth and snacking healthy are no longer mutually exclusive. At Urban Remedy, we couldn’t go without our sweets and so have found yummy substitutes for refined sugars. We’re just here to help satisfy your sweet tooth and keep you slender.

What Is So Bad about Refined Sugar?

      Refined is an adjective best kept away from your sugar. White, or refined, sugar has gone through a purification process that eliminates all vitamins and minerals, with little more than a remote possibility of nutritional value, and creating a product that is “pure” and easy to duplicate. We hate to break it to you, but the only thing pure about white sugar is that it is purely unhealthy.
      Without any of the vitamins or minerals of raw, natural sugar cane, eating white sugar satisfies your taste buds and adds calories to your diet without supplying your body with any vitamins or minerals of nutritional value. What a waste!

Sweet Substitutes

      Now, finding natural sweetening substitutes for sugar has never been easier. Here are two great options for sugar substitutes!

Stevia

Stevia is a 100% natural sweetener derived from plant leaves. Free of carbohydrates, calories, and caffeine, stevia is a wonderful solution to satisfy your sweet cravings.
At Urban Remedy, we use stevia in our pineapple coconut protein shake. Drink up for a quick trip to your sweetest paradise!

Agave

Agave Nectar has a low glycemic index, which provides sweet flavor without the unhealthy blood sugar spike associated with white sugars. This sweetener is big on yum and long on fun!
You can find agave nectar in our brittles and other meals in the bottle!
Dates

Dates are high in fiber absorbing LDL-cholesterol and naturally replenish energy levels, making them the perfect natural candy. At Urban Remedy, we make our gluten-free cookies with dates, and they are sinfully delicious. At home you can throw 1-2 in a smoothie, use them as a sweetener in recipes, or pop one in your mouth for a tasty sweet treat.

          Next time your sweet tooth has you craving sugar, satisfy it naturally! Feed it a naturally sweet treat, for a satisfying snack and a healthy body! Dessert is finally good for you. What a sweet deal!

4 Foods That Actually Protect Your Kidneys

by Neka on August 12, 2013, 7 comments

Healthy Kidneys… Longer Life… Loads More Fun!

5 foods that protect kidneys

Jane E. Brody of The New York Times recently investigated kidney cancer, a lesser-funded, yet vast-reaching killer among cancer species. Our kidneys are important as they rid waste from the bloodstream, and emit important hormones that stimulate our bone marrow’s production of red blood cells, maintain our calcium levels, and regulate our blood pressure levels. High-profile work if you ask us!

Studies have shown that diet can significantly affect one’s chances for developing kidney cancer. Scared you’re at risk? Luckily, our bodies are resilient! Knowing which kidney-friendly foods to eat can actually help you strengthen and maintain the health of your kidneys, and live longer!

  • Diabetes is a common risk factor in the development of kidney cancer. Studies have found links between the nutritional value of superfood chia seeds and diabetes prevention. Filled with healthy omega-oils, easily digestible proteins, & antioxidants, chia seeds are easily blended into any juice or smoothie, and add tasty crunch simply sprinkled over a salad. At Urban Remedy, we use chia seeds when blending up a green smoothie!
Health benefits of chia seeds
  • Sweet and tangy, raspberries purify the blood, benefiting the kidneys as well as the liver. We love raspberries in the Warrior juice in our Signature Juice Cleanse!
Juice cleanse from Urban Remedy
  • Cardamom is actually prescribed medicinally in some cultures to break down kidney stones. Nourish your kidneys with a healthy dose of cardamom… on us!
The health benefits of Cardamom
  • Unlike white sugars, agave nectar contains a low glycemic index, which creates natural sweetness without causing unhealthy blood sugar spikes. Steady blood sugar levels keep organs like the kidneys… involved in sifting through our blood and weeding out toxins… functioning at a constant rate rather than overworking them during sudden rapid increases. Urban Remedy brittles are sweetened with a touch of agave for that perfect kidney-aiding taste.

Good kidney health is well worth the trouble of restructuring your diet. Add these ingredients into the mix for a longer life, a happier body, and more energy for all of your summer fun!

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.

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!
 

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.

 

 

 

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