I was wandering through Sam’s Club when a perky woman stopped me to offer a sample of juice. She gave the short sales pitch as I tasted, mmmed and ahhed at her words. What really sold me was the flavor and weight of the juice. I know you wouldn’t normally think of weight and viscosity of juices, just follow along on this one. The more water you add to freshly squished juice, the lighter and less viscous it is. And the more water added to the good stuff means higher profit margins to the producer. I like to make smoothies out of real fruit (banana, papaya, berries, mango, pineapple, you name it!) so when a juice really tastes like fruit I get excited. I bought a bottle of Acai Berry Juice right then.
Cloudiness is a good thing.
I drink about 4 ounces in the morning, and if I need a pick me up in the afternoon. I’ve noticed a little extra pep in my step when I take it a few days in a row. If you have kids, I’ll advise you to cut this with water as you might have jumping jackrabbits on your hands. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. Maybe my kids are just nuts anyways.
I bought a different brand of Acai juice (Zola) and it doesn’t taste as good, not even close.
Here is the guy behind Genesis Today on The View