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Now that juice bars have become absolute essentials-could the day start without an infusion of dandelions and cucumber?-there are countless varieties to sip, depending on the results you're after. Here, NYC nutritionist Stephanie Middleburg evaluates the most buzzed-about juices-from West coast favorites to Brooklyn upstarts-to see which are worth the squeeze.
1. Glow Bio
The Juice: Beauty Builder from L.A.-based Glow Bio juice bar, owned by celeb nutritionist Kimberly Snyder (Drew Barrymore is a client)
The Benefits: Improved digestion
The Ingredients: Raw aloe-sourced in small bathes from the whole leaf to maintain its enzyme-rich integrity-cucumber, lemon
The Nutritionist's Take: "This is extremely hydrating, nutrient-rich and soothing to the gastrointestinal tract. It contains B vitamins-many people with digestive issues tend to have low B12 levels-along with vitamin C to regulate your system."
The Cost: $5 per 8-ounce bottle
2. One Lucky Duck
The Juice: Swan Greens Juice from One
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