The New York City Board of Health announced new rules Monday for daycare centers, including a limit on how much juice kids can drink.
Could a can of soda be treated like a pack of cigarettes? If one New York State lawmaker gets his way all sugary drinks will come with health warning labels.
Drink your way to better health by visiting one of these juice bars, purveyors of freshness, temples of nutrients, vendors of all-nature goodness.
Once sold as liquid cleanses, cold-pressed juices are now hitting the market as an infusion of fruits and veggies on the go. But experts caution that the process of juicing removes the fiber from fruits and vegetables.
New Yorkers who love juices have plenty of options available. Drink your way healthy with these five fabulous juice cleanses.
Is juicing really the healthiest option for you? We had questions, and nutritionist Keri Glassman had the answers.
TV 10-55’s Alex Denis and the Mobile Couch visited Juice Press (JP 5) in the West Village, where we learned how to press our own juice.
Some restaurants are ordering smaller glasses. Dunkin’ Donuts shops are telling customers they’ll have to sweeten and flavor their own coffee.
Ready to turn over a new leaf this summer? Devotees claim cleanses revitalize the mind while detoxing the body. The five places listed below offer a range of options. Have a sip and see how much better you feel.