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If you want to feel good about what you put in your body, Pure food and juice is a great place to start. Owner Cynthia Beavers is passionate about using the freshest ingredients in her menu. Green Buddha is a great start to the day with its blend of orange, grapefruit, pineapple, cucumber, celery and kale. If you like smoothies, try Snow Coconut, a blend of whole coconut and cashew cream with blue agave.

3524 S. Peoria Ave. | 918-392-8090 | purefoodandjuice.com






Edible



The refrigerator housing Edible is a Tulsa comfort. It has long been a place to find healthy, fresh food and drink. The take out bottled juices are great, but the juice bar is even better. Made-to-order mixes are perfect with a bowl of hummus for lunch. One of our favorites is the Peach Perfect, which is green in color from a healthy handful of spinach, along with cucumber, pineapple, peaches, ginger, and coconut water. Do you feel uncomfortable? Try the Cold and Flu Fighter with goji berries, pineapple, ginger, camu camu berries and coconut water.

2050 Utica Square, 918-991-1717 | 10115 S. Sheridan Road, 918-900-1717 | ediblend.com






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Heritage Juice



The juice bar Heritage Juice has flavor combinations you might never have imagined. Take Beauty and the Beets, a juice of beets, Granny Smith apple, carrot, orange, kale and ginger. It’s a vibrant flavor that is a great winter pick-me-up. The Inheritance team is all about creativity, and it’s fun to see the new juices and smoothies appearing on the menu. Another wonderful is Mint to Be with flavors of red apple, pineapple, coconut water and mint.

108 S. Detroit Ave., 539-424-5394 | 6333 E. 120th Court, 918-364-1201 |

heritagejuicery.com

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