I’m so excited to announce the premier issue of Juice and Blend Magazine. I envisioned and designed this magazine to educate and inspire people to use fresh natural foods and whole living methods to achieve health, harmony, and balance. In the mag, we celebrate and share the benefits of juicing and blending as a means of keeping you and your family healthy and happy.
Browse through recipes, articles, videos and tutorials in a beautiful interactive format.
Available in iTunes
Juice and Blend is a monthly digital magazine for the iPad available now in iTunes. Purchase a single issue for $3.99 or get 25% off the issue price by signing up for a subscription (plus Apple will give you a one month trial on subscriptions).
Click here or on the app logo to go to the magazine.
This has been a labor of love and I couldn’t have done it without so many awesome and kind contributors.
Meet the Contributors
A credentialed diabetes educator and health coach and founder of Loving Life With Diabetes. Claire helps others create the health they need to live lives that make their hearts sing.
Kristine Miles is a health professional with over 15 years’ experience. She is passionate about life-long learning, plant based nutrition and living a low toxic lifestyle.
Mom of 3 girls. Blogger & aspiring food photog. Lover of all things whole food and wellness. And ice cream.
Sonnet Lauberth is a holistic health coach empowering people to take better care of themselves and remove the barriers that are keeping them stuck. She is also the voice behind For The Love of Food, a blog about plant-based cooking using seasonal and local ingredients. If you are ready to transform your health and your life, sign up for her FREE weekly newsletter at her website Healthy You Every Day.
Young and Raw
Young and Raw was co-founded by Sheleana Breakell & Caleb Jennings as a place to share inspiration and promoteshows you how to make delicious smoothies with lots of easy recipes and nutrition information. Together they created a 3 month raw food program aptly titled, How To Go Raw, Not Crazy.
Tracy Russell is a Chi-town girl with a down-to-earth attitude when it comes to health. Tracy and her husband Davy started the website Incredible Smoothies to show you how to make delicious smoothies with lots of easy recipes and nutrition information.
figgy & sprout
Katie Norris is a nutritionist, athlete and vegan baker with a passion for health, wellness and plant-based eating. My desire for figgy & sprout is that it may be a place to educate and inspire others about health and well-being.
Green Kitchen Stories
David and Luise created The Green Kitchen where they blog about healthy vegetarian recipes using whole food and organic products. “We want our recipes to be as simple and pure as possible.”