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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   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, […]

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 […]

Super Sweets: Natural Sweeteners that are Actually Good for You

by Neka on August 21, 2013, no comments

      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 […]

4 Foods That Actually Protect Your Kidneys

by Neka on August 12, 2013, no comments

Healthy Kidneys… Longer Life… Loads More Fun! 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 […]

10 Foods to Beat the Heat

by Neka on July 24, 2013, no 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 […]

How Long Should I Do A Juice Cleanse?

by Neka on June 20, 2013, no 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 […]

San Francisco Bay Area Honey

by Neka on June 3, 2013, no comments

Living 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 […]

Top 10 Reasons to Avoid Refined Sugar

by Neka on May 22, 2013, no comments

    Refined 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 […]

Super Food Spotlight: Chia Seeds

by Neka on May 10, 2013, no 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. The 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 […]

Natural Gluten-Free Alternatives

by Holly Nall on May 2, 2013, no comments

People avoid gluten for a variety of reasons: celiac disease, intolerance, or for general good health. Eliminating such an ubiquitous ingredient from your diet can be challenging, so a number of food producers have begun manufacturing alternatives to traditionally wheat-based foods. These products don’t appeal to everyone, however, due to their higher cost and processed content. Fortunately, […]