Saturday, July 13, 2013

Jamba Juice Review-Staying Cool and Healthy



With the summertime around and the weather heating up, staying cool is very important. With my household not only do we like to stay cool, but we also try our hardest to stay healthy. This brings me to Jamba Juice.  Moms Meet program gave me an opportunity recently to review Jamba Juice's new Tropical Harvest Smoothie and Jamba Kids Berry Beet It Smoothie, AND they were both a hit.

Why is Jamba Juice good for you?

Jamba Juice focuses their drinks on Fruits and Veggies. And as you know many do not get their daily intake of Fruits and Veggies. I know with our little one (and my fiance’) getting them to eat adequate amounts of both is like pulling teeth.  So a helping hand is always welcome, since each Jamba Juice contain two servings of fruits and one serving of veggies. Great huh?




Me and my fiance’ shared the Tropical Harvest Smoothie, which was made out of mangos, peaches, and passion mango juice, along with butternut  squash, sweet potato, and carrot. At first glance it does not sound very appetizing, but it was delish! One thing that I like about this drink for me is that often times I do not like drinking calories, and tend to stay away from drinks with lots of calories. However, at 230 calories (for the 16oz.) , it is not that bad, and is a great drink before a workout or after or just to as a healthy choice to beat the heat.

New! Tropical Harvest

Veggies go on vacation.
Veggies work hard to keep you moving so they deserve some time in the sun. They're just relaxing on their towels - butternut squash, carrot, sweet potato, peaches, and mangos. Wake them when it's time to hit the surf.

Nutrition Facts:


% Daily Value
Calories 230

Total Fat 0.5g
1%
Saturated Fat 0g
0%
Trans Fat 0g
0%
Cholesterol 0mg
0%
Sodium 15mg
1%
Total Carbohydrates 56g
19%
Dietary Fiber 3g
11%
Sugar 45g

Protein 2g

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Our little one tried the Jamba Kidss Berry Beet It Smoothie, which was wonderful. I wanted to drink this all up myself. This smoothie was made of strawberries, mangos, bananas, and mixed berry juice, and had carrots, beets, broccoli, spinach, kale and lettuce. Wow, can you really pack that all in one drink. And again, does not sound too great to drink. However, it was delicious! As you can see our little one liked both kinds of smoothies we got. It was very "Yummy for her tummy!"

Berry Beet It!

Oh, those sneaky veggies.

Like a ninja loaded with vitamins, a beet sneaks into the dojo where strawberries, bananas and mangos train tirelessly. But he is not here for battle, only to share his secrets. Now this smoothie is stronger than ever, and tastier.


Overall, we had a blast trying out Jamba Juice's Tropical Harvest and Berry Beet It. We have not had Jamba Juice in awhile, but now that we have it in our system we will be going back often. Here are some videos of our little trying out Berry Beat It for the first time!


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If you would like to try some of these great drinks at a Jamba Juice nearest you, or learn more about Jamba Juice you can at JambaJuice.com, HERE, or on their facebook page HERE.  These drinks will leave you thirsty for more, all while getting great nutrition and staying cool!

Until next time
Stay Tickled Pink,
Stephanie

*I received this product for free from the sponsor of Moms Meet program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As Moms Meet blogger, I agreed to use this product to post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC or the manufacture of the product.

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