Eating healthy doesn't always require counting calories--just remember that "green" rhymes with "lean" and "fried" rhymes with "died." Nosh mnemonically with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Juice, Smoothies, and Café Food
The juice bar’s 16-ounce juices include pure orange ($4.50) along with specialty blends, such as the cholesterol buster ($4.95), and an amino energy concoction ($5.95) packed with wheatgrass, spinach, and mango. The café also offers healthy fare such as a vegetable-curry salad ($9.50) and a no-fat turkey quinoa wrap ($8.95). See the full menu.
JuiceBerry Natural Food
If you scan the menu at a typical quick-service restaurant, you’re liable to find a nutritional wasteland of empty calories, high fat percentages, and loads of cholesterol-packed ingredients. The owners of JuiceBerry Cafe wanted to turn the tide on this trend, so they chose to offer only juices and food items made from fresh produce and organic products. They appear to have succeeded in their mission; today, their juice and smoothie bar churns out custom blends of fruit, wheatgrass, and whey protein with a focus on maximizing the health benefits in each glass.
Aside from its flagship drink menu, the café serves a health-minded menu of salads, sandwiches, and guilt-free burgers. By using nutritious, flavorful ingredients, such as avocados, mangos, and juices from freshly squeezed exercise balls, the kitchen staff has created dishes that satisfy the palate without harming the body.