The main actors in most green juices are leafy vegetables like kale and spinach, with lemon and spices like ginger and chile playing more of a supporting role.
Locals can't seem to get enough of Sip-n-Glo's Heart Beet elixir, an earthy-sweet concoction of beets, carrots, celery, apple, lemon, and ginger.
Clover Juice's Gingersnap-like concoctions are light and refreshing while offering nutritious carbs and a wealth of antioxidants.
Evolution Fresh's Cold Pressed Organic Splendid Carrot, which is made with carrots, oranges, pineapple, cucumber, turmeric, and ginger, contains a ton of vitamins but hardly any fat or protein.
Pressed Juicery, the largest chain of cold-pressed juice bars in California, offers three different citrus-based beverages that may remind you of what you're drinking at home.
Juices made from nuts, seeds, or legumes have a higher percentage of beneficial fats than regular fruit and vegetable juices.