Cocobeet is a MUST-VISIT Organic Juice Bar in Boston

Written by Max Goldberg on August 28, 2014. Follow Max on Twitter: @livingmaxwell.


As a result of living in NYC but having grown up in Boston, I am quite aware of the difference between the two cities, in terms of the organic food and pressed juice offerings.

NYC has a ton and Boston has very little.

But with the recent opening of Cocobeet, ironically located between a Subway and Dunkin’ Donuts, it is an understatement to say that Bostonians are thrilled to have them there.

“On our second day of business, we sold 270 bottles of juice and had to close our doors because there was nothing left to sell,” Co-Founder Onur Ozkoc told me. Read More »

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The Organic Food and Pressed Juice Scene in Nantucket

Written by Max Goldberg on July 30, 2014. Follow Max on Twitter: @livingmaxwell.

Recently, I spent time in Nantucket, an island off of Cape Cod in Massachusetts, and was thrilled to have access to plenty of great organic food and juice.

Below is a recap of Nantucket’s offerings for organic restaurants, pressed organic juice, organic farms, and organic markets.



As the only organic restaurant on Nantucket, I had lunch at The Green quite a bit. They sell great burritos, bowls, smoothies, juices, and breakfast items. Read More »

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My Most Powerful Green Juice Recipe Yet

Written by Max Goldberg on June 1, 2014. Follow Max on Twitter: @livingmaxwell.


For me, there is no better way to start the day than to flood my body with tons of nutrients, enzymes, and minerals from a freshly-made organic green juice. And this juice here is my most powerful one, in terms of anti-cancer properties.

As I have explained in the past, even though I do buy pressed organic juice and run a Pressed Organic Juice Directory, there is nothing quite like making juice with your own hands, energy, and love.

Using the fantastic Omega J8006, this morning I made a juice with celery, kale, radishes, and broccoli sprouts.

Here is why I used each ingredient: Read More »

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My Best Juicing Advice – Keep It Simple

Written by Max Goldberg on June 18, 2013. Follow Max on Twitter: @livingmaxwell.


Ever since I launched the Pressed Organic Juice Directory a few months ago, people have been constantly asking me what I drink for juice.

In terms of pressed organic juice, I prefer green juice in a glass bottle. However, sometimes glass is not available. And sometimes straight green juice is not available either. Usually, this means that a juice bar has added apple for sweetness.

Despite the fact that I have plenty of places to buy pressed organic juice in my neighborhood, I have not abandoned juicing at home.  And I never will. Read More »

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Back to Juicing with This Green Combination

Written by Max Goldberg on April 27, 2013. Follow Max on Twitter: @livingmaxwell.


You may have noticed that I haven’t been posting any pictures of juice lately.

The main reason for this is that I have been waiting for replacement parts for my Green Star juicer.

Well, they just came in and I immediately put the machine back to work.

The first combination that I made was kale, celery, broccoli sprouts, and lime.

In the past, I have written about juicing with broccoli sprouts and use them because of the tremendous amount of nutrients, minerals, vitamins, and enzymes that sprouts provide.

So, I went with the broccoli sprouts and also added a touch of lime juice, something that I rarely use. Limes give green juice a kick of tartness and help to provide a very interesting flavor profile. Read More »

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I Love Seeing Pressed Organic Juice with Sprouts

Written by Max Goldberg on December 10, 2012. Follow Max on Twitter: @livingmaxwell.

As I have been writing about for the past year or so, I have been trying to juice with sprouts as much as possible. Why?

According to the Hippocrates Health Institute, the key benefits of sprouts include:

– Increased vitality, energy, and vigor from the large amount of enzymes.

– 10 to 100 times more enzymes than fruits and vegetables when eaten within the first seven days of being sprouted.

– Powerful antioxidants which help fight free radicals and aging.

– The minerals and nutrients are easily absorbed into the body.

Given my penchant for these superfoods, I was very happily surprised last week to find a pressed organic juice company in Boston, Revitalive, that uses sprouts. Read More »

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My Organic Green Juice with Rainbow Chard and Arugula Sprouts

Written by Max Goldberg on December 2, 2012. Follow Max on Twitter: @livingmaxwell.

While it may not look like the prettiest organic green juice you’ve ever seen, it was certainly a powerful one.

This juice that I made the other day had rainbow chard, celery, arugula sprouts, and lemon.

The taste was refreshing, largely because the lemon evened out any bitterness from the arugula sprouts.

Some of you might be curious as to why I am using sprouts in my juice.

Well, it is actually pretty simple – sprouts have incredibly important health properties.

They have very high levels of nutrients and enzymes, which provide the body valuable energy to detox and strengthen the immune system.

According to the Hippocrates Health Institute run by Dr. Brian Clement, the other key benefits of sprouts include: Read More »

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