Eating healthy can be a challenge, but when a truck playing catchy tunes pulls up with fresh fruit smoothies, neon-pink snapdragon smoothies, acai and pitaya bowls, and fruit-heaped parfaits, it's easy to make the right choice. The mixologists aboard the Rockberry Acai Bowls & Smoothies truck ?known for their creative foods, designs, and street appeal? whip up smoothies with a top-secret "shaka" recipe when they're not packing berry bowls with energy-revving fruits. They also serve up a few extras, like chicken salad sliders served on Hawaiian sweet rolls. Goods are gluten free, and they happen to be as pretty and delicious as they are good for the body. As if this combo of positivity wasn't enough, Rockberry is also socially conscious, dedicated to employing community members and partnering with local charities. A dish from the truck, therefore, is good for the heart in more ways than one?plus it's easy on the eyes and tongue.
The knowledgeable staffers at Juice It Up! blend fresh fruits and veggies into icy cold beverages that are equally healthy and delicious. Over the past 20 years, the raw juice chain has expanded to over 100 locations, each staffed by employees dedicated to the brand?s mission to Live Life Juiced. Fruits, nonfat yogurt, and sherbets blend with nutrient-rich ingredients such as kale, spinach, beets and carrot juices to make up specialty smoothies, fusions, and raw juice blends.
Customers seeking more solid sustenance can opt for bowls of organic a?a? or pitaya (dragonfruit) topped with omega 3-rich granola, fresh bananas and strawberries, and a drizzle of honey. Many locations welcome customers in with elements of West Coast?inspired decor such as California-mission-style windows and bright yellow and orange color schemes.
Featuring a casual ambience, Restaurant Las Casuelas cafe is a great place to study and relax.
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Getting your food to go is also an option.
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You won't break the bank at Restaurant Las Casuelas, with a meal typically hovering below the $15 mark.
Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Restaurant Las Casuelas serves up all three meals.
Though Jasmine Micaela Sharp and Aimee Goeppner managed to cross paths in the same Pilates class one day, the journeys that led each one to that class were much different. Aimee became serious about taking care of herself after having six children, knowing she needed to boost her energy and equip her body to deal with a lot of activity. Jasmine, meanwhile, had been battling obesity since she was a child, turning to sports as an adolescent and later to Pilates and yoga to help slim her silhouette. Their success with Pilates led them to co-found formu+La Pilates + Juice, where they even use Pilates machines of Jasmine's own design. Today, those who come to their studio find a class selection that includes everything from traditional Pilates and gentle flow sessions to beachfront yoga and SVELTE courses focused on lengthening the body.
Of course, Pilates is only half of what they do at formu+La. Jasmine grew up in central California where she had easy access to fresh fruits, honey, mint, and veggies, and Aimee is so infectious with her love of nutrition that she even has a 1-year-old who adores beet juice. After a class, students can head to an onsite juice bar that serves cold-pressed juices, nut milks, and tonics made strictly from organic local produce and herbs, including plant-based nutritional products from VEGA. The beverages are designed to replace the water, electrolytes, and pocket-stashed snacks lost during exercise, fulfilling the second part of Aimee and Jasmine's motto—Feel Your Body, Fuel Your Body.
Cafe Vida's three eateries are spread across greater Los Angeles, but their recipes gracefully straddle the California-Mexico border. Here, healthy Californian cuisine meets Mexican tradition, producing an eclectic, avocado-studded array of breakfasts and dinners. Some dishes stray further from tradition (for example, the avocado sandwich), but they're offset by classics such as grilled chicken burritos and huevos rancheros. Come in the morning and pair the latter with a cup of organic coffee fresh from Yosemite's famed java springs.
If Mother Nature opened a cafe, the menu would probably look a lot like the one found at NUDA. At this organic juice and wellness shop's locations in Beverly Hills and San Pedro, each item fits perfectly into myriad healthy lifestyles, whether customers are paleo, raw, or simply vegetarians. Free from soy, agave, gluten, and preservatives, juices and smoothies instead blend fruits, vegetables, and herbs into naturally delicious drinks. Guests can also snack on raw puddings, parfaits, and granola, or even nibble on Nuda's Transcendent Treats constructed from superfoods such as goji berries or persimmons. In addition to filling the bustling juice and wellness shop, NUDA's team also helps customers on the path to better health with juice and smoothie cleanses, and hosts "uncooking" classes that teach students how to replicate raw-vegan recipes in their home kitchens.