Juice is an easy way to obtain nutrients, which normally reside behind the barrier of a banana peel or the bed sheet of a kale ghost. Get inhabited by nutrients with today's Groupon to Peeled. Choose between the following options:
- For $97, you get a three-day juice cleanse (a $195 value).
- For $145, you get a five-day juice cleanse (a $325 value).
Peeled’s health-savvy staff helps to refresh stagnant bodies with three- or five-day bundles of nutrient-packed juices, cold-pressed in-house with conventional and organic produce and without added sugars. Guests take home a daily supply of six 16-ounce bottles of nourishing liquids, including two green juices made from kale, spinach, and romaine; two red juices made from cold-pressed watermelon; cashew milk; and spicy lemonade. Labels displaying a number, ingredients, and instructions hug each 16-ounce bottle, which drinkers should toss back every two hours to help to evict old toxins and new crime syndicates. Out-of-state shipping available for an additional fee.
The Millionaire Monk and Berry Bonds aren’t characters on some wildly eccentric daytime soap. They're just two of the cheeky names Peeled's owners have given to the juices, smoothies, booster shots, and breakfast blends that pack the shop's beverage-heavy menu of healthy treats. Baristas versed in the art of hand-blending drinks make a range of beverages to-order from local and organic ingredients. The staff never adds sugars or chemicals to bulk up flavors or appease mad scientists’ taste buds. For customers looking for an especially salutary experience, the shop can supply enough juice for three-, five-, or seven-day juice cleanses that detoxify the body and bolster the immune system.
The juice spot's Evanston and Lincoln Park stores are both eco-friendly on the inside. The staff also keeps the juice bar's carbon footprint low by composting their fruit and vegetable matter.
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