Ora Products and Healthy Snack Recipes

"Food can either be the slowest form of poison or the best medicine."

By now you know we are insanely passionate about wellness and especially innovative products that make having a vibrant mind and body easier to achieve. Any product we select to serve at Nourish (and consume ourselves) is always the highest quality that we can get our hands on.  When we were researching our protein powder (and I did ALOT of research) we came across a brand called Ora.  I fell in wellness love with their similar mission driven business, high quality, organic ingredients, sustainable packaging and chef created flavors. 

This protein powder is plant based and has 2 servings of organic greens in every scoop along with prebiotics and digestive enzymes. Not only are you getting a clean organic, plant based protein made without dairy, gluten, soy, GMOs, peanuts, tree nuts, added sugars, filler ingredients, artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners or preservatives but you're also consuming some major superfoods. We were so excited about Ora's protein we decided to carry their other products in our Market.  See below what we currently have, and I'm sure we'll be adding to the mix! We'd love your feedback.

Kimber came up with some delicious recipes using the products that we wanted to share with you. (even if you don't have Ora I'm sure you can make substitutions using what you have!) 

 Organic delicious greens powder made from over 20 veggies, grasses, herbs, algae and superfoods  Alkaline veggies helps detoxify the body, delivers high amounts of antioxidants and provides greens specific phytonutrients. Contains the Ayurvedic herbs Ashwagandha and Triphala to boost the immune system, support stress relief, aid in digestion and add powerful cleansing antioxidants  Carefully crafted delicious taste comes from organic fruit and prebiotics - no sugar or flavors added, perfect for kids

Organic Greens Powder

Organic delicious greens powder made from over 20 veggies, grasses, herbs, algae and superfoods.

Alkaline veggies help detoxify the body, deliver high amounts of antioxidants and provide greens specific phytonutrients. It also contains the Ayurvedic herbs Ashwagandha and Triphala to boost the immune system, support stress relief, aid in digestion and add powerful cleansing antioxidants

Carefully crafted delicious taste comes from organic fruit and prebiotics - no sugar or flavors added, perfect for kids

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Omega 3 Spray

The first ever omega-3 spray, delivering 600mg of vegan omega-3 per serving.

Sustainably sourced from microalgae farmed in pure waters outside of the oceans, and thus free of mercury, pesticides, PCBs, heavy metals and other ocean pollutants.

Formulated with MCT Oil from coconut to deliver nutrients quickly to the brain as well as organic sunflower lecithin, a phospholipid, to aid in omega-3 absorption and bioavailability.*


Prework out Powder

Renewable Energy is a vegan and USDA certified organic clean source of energy, that doesn’t leave you strung out and comes in a delicious organic pomegranate and berry flavor.

Start your workout (or work-day!) with 80mg of caffeine and a jitter-free energy boost thanks to a balanced blend of organic green coffee bean, yerba mate, matcha tea, eleuthero root and ginseng.

Sometimes raw energy isn’t enough though, and that’s why we’ve included nitric oxide boosting fruits and vegetables as well as an organic adaptogen blend.



It's the first Turmeric Curcumin Tablets with Organic Black Pepper! Each serving contains 1,500mg of Organic Turmeric Curcumin and 15mg of Organic Black Pepper to enhance absorption.

Curcumin is the primary active ingredient in this product and is made from Organic Turmeric sourced from India.

Turmeric Curcumin supports the body’s proper response to everyday joint stress and supports the health of the cardiovascular system. As a potent source of antioxidants, Curcumin can also neutralize free radicals.


Protein Powder

Available in vanilla and chocolate flavor. Organic and vegan superfood protein.

Packed with 21g of protein per serving, a complete amino acid profile and two servings of organic greens in every smoothie, adding crucial macro & micronutrients for proper cognitive and muscle function.

It’s also easier to digest than other plant proteins because it has a full spectrum of digestive enzymes to support digestion and bioavailability of nutrients.



Organic Probiotic and Prebiotic with 16 billion probiotics per serving and 6 strains support optimal digestive health and peak immune function.

This probiotic contains some of the most clinically documented and acid resistant probiotic strains in the world so you can get back to trusting your gut. It's packed with organic prebiotics because prebiotics serve as fuel for probiotics - they help the good bacteria thrive in your gut so your probiotics can get to work!

No filler ingredients, artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners or preservatives. This probiotic does not need to be refrigerated because I’m freeze-dried


Nut Butter Cookies

makes 10 cookies

½ c coconut sugar
½ c nut butter, I used almond butter
1 egg
½ c ora vanilla protein powder
½ tbsp baking powder
Pinch sea salt

  1. Preheat oven to 350, and spray a cookie sheet.

  2. In a food processor, or high powered blender, add coconut sugar, nut butter, and egg. Blend for 30-60 seconds until everything is smooth and incorporated.

  3. In a mixing bowl, add wet ingredients from the blender, protein powder, baking powder, and sea salt, and mix with a wooden spoon or hand mixer until incorporated.

  4. Scoop cookies onto prepared pan. I used a ¾ ounce ice cream scoop. Bake for 10-13 minutes, until the bottoms are golden brown.

  5. Let cool completely on cooling rack before enjoying!



Protein Brownies

makes 9 brownies

1 ½ c avocado, mashed
¼ c maple
1 c ora chocolate protein powder
½ c raw cacao or cocoa powder
1 tbsp baking powder
Pinch sea salt

  1. Preheat oven to 350, and spray an 8x8” baking dish.

  2. In a food processor, or high powered blender, add avocado mash and maple syrup. Blend for 30-60 seconds until everything is smooth and incorporated.

  3. In a mixing bowl, add wet ingredients from the blender, protein powder, cacao powder, baking powder, and sea salt, and mix with a wooden spoon or hand mixer until incorporated.

  4. Dump batter into prepared baking dish, and press down with moist hands until smooth and level. Bake for 28-32 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean.

  5. Let cool in pan completely before eating, enjoy!


Citrus Greens Energy Bites

makes 10 bites

4-5 strawberries, about 1 cup
2 tbsp maple syrup
2 scoops ora greens powder
2 scoops ora probiotic with prebiotic powder
1 c oats

  1. In a food processor, or high powered blender, add strawberries and maple syrup. Blend for 30-60 seconds until everything is smooth and incorporated.

  2. In a mixing bowl, add wet ingredients from the blender, greens powder, probiotic  powder and oats. Stir with wooden spoon until ingredients are incorporated.

  3. Scoops desired sized bites into tupperware, separating stacked bites with parchment paper. Let sit in the refrigerator for at least 10 minutes before eating.

  4. Store in the refrigerator for at least a week in an airtight container.



Chocolate Blueberry Smoothie


1 cup almond milk (less for thicker smoothie)
1/2 cup frozen blueberries
1/2 frozen banana
handful of spinach or kale
1 tablespoon raw cacao
1 tablespoon almond butter
1/4 teaspoon almond extract (optional)
1 scoop Ora chocolate protein powder
1/8 tsp cinnamon
superfood extras: maca, collagen, chia seeds

1. Place all ingredients in high powered blender and blend on high! Enjoy the energy boost!

Our Favorite Health Takeaways from 2017

What's  deemed "healthy" is always changing and sometimes it can seem overwhelming to keep up with the latest science. Remember when we were told via the food pyramid to eat low fat with loads of carbs (ie grains), and 100 calorie packs of processed food were considered healthy? Yikes! Luckily, we love to learn about the latest in Health and Wellness because not only is it our passion for our personal lives but it's our passion to share with others.  We all have our reasons for seeking healthier habits and though I've lived a healthy lifestyle for years now, my curiosity and desire to learn more has been intensified by my infertility. I used FSH shots to get pregnant with my son and I'm determined to get pregnant naturally with another baby. So for whatever your reason it's important to stay in the know. Here is what we took away from 2017! 

Gut Health
Doctors and scientists are beginning to realize that our gut flora is responsible for more actions in the body than we ever imagined. Studies show that microbes help with the absorption of nutrients and vitamin that are essential to overall health. Over 80% of our immune system is regulated and developed in the gut. Autoimmune disorders like IBS, type 1 diabetes, lupus, celiac disease, and rheumatoid arthritis are associated with a dysfunctional microbiome. But it gets even better, over 90% of serotonin is produced in the microbes of the GI tract. So your mental health is greatly affected by your gut health. Healthy gut, happy life? Maybe! It also has a direct link to your weight. 

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Diet, stress, sleep, exercise, and environment all affect the health of your microbiome. In terms of diet, it goes beyond taking a probiotic. Certain foods are rich in probiotics: kimchi, sauerkraut, kombucha and other fermented foods feed the microbiome. Prebiotics and fiber are also crucial for gut health. Foods like asparagus, bananas, onions, garlic, legumes, artichokes are great sources of prebiotics. 

Healthy fat
One thing we now know is fat is GOOD, healthy fat that is. Think avocado, coconut oil, nuts, fatty fish, olive oil, ghee, even fatty organic, grass fed meats.  Fat is satiating, turns off hunger hormones, balances hormones, reduces waistlines, improves brain function (our brain is made mostly of fats), improves skin. High-quality fat has proven to improve mood and mental disorders. So then, High fat, happy life? Maybe! Studies link a deficiency of omega-3 fatty acids to depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and even violence. A low fat and higher carb diet contributes to insulin resistance, obesity, heart disease, type 2 diabetes and many other health issues. Beyond nourishing your heart and brain, eating the right fats helps you shed fat, so add avocado to your salad and add MCT oil to your coffee or tea....and put down the cupcake.  

Polyphenols neutralize free radicals and prevent them from doing damage to your cells.  Polyphenols are said to lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, prevent platelet clumping, improve arterial flexibility and improve life span. So where do you get these magical plant based chemicals? All vegetables have them but the darker and more colorful the better. Here are some top sources: blueberries, dark chocolate, coffee, green tea, pomegranates, red cabbage, cloves, oregano. This is your permission to grab a glass of red wine and some really dark chocolate.  

 Our Matcha Latte and Latte using locally sourced (Fretboard) Espresso are both great sources of polyphenols. 

Our Matcha Latte and Latte using locally sourced (Fretboard) Espresso are both great sources of polyphenols. 

Natural Wines
This one really blew our minds because we never knew there was such a thing, and we love wine! When we decided to carry wine at Nourish we wanted to stay true to our mission of chemical free.  Enter Natural Wines. Natural wines are simply grown naturally, without chemicals or extra sugars to speed up fermentation as they rely on the art of wine making. These vineyards focus on quality over mass quantity.  It turns out often the headachey or general crappy feeling you can sometimes feel after drinking wine has to do with the 200 additives that are legal in the United State to add to wine. Conventional wine makers will add sulfites, sugars, extra yeast, and fining agents to improve flavor, color, drinkability. Do you know that when you mouth turns really purple it's because of a chemical called Mega Purple that corrects the color (think carmel color in sodas).  We sell 5 natural, biodynamic wines at Nourish. Another place to get natural wines are Top 10 Wines in Columbia or the online wine subscription Dry Farm Wines.  Once you make the change you will actually be able to taste the chemicals in conventional wines. Kind of like how a Little Debbie just doesn't taste like it used to after you have cleaned up your diet. The worst offenders are mass produced vineyards (often well known...ahem Caymus and Meiomi) so if you don't know whether something is natural just choose a smaller more boutique wineary. Cheers!

 Biodynamic Pinot sold at Nourish

Biodynamic Pinot sold at Nourish



Wishing you all a Happy New Year! We look forward to nourishing you in 2018!



Wellness Podcast + Websites

Living a healthy lifestyle doesn't happen overnight. It certainly has been a steady evolution for me. Wellness is a journey and what is deemed "healthy" can be overwhelming because we have been told so many different messages over time (fat phobia from the 90's is a real thing). But when you turn on a podcast or follow a blog you trust, you can easily keep up with the latest. Most importantly, take the pieces that work for you because there are differences in opinions (hello vegan and paleo) and different methods to approaching health.  There is certainly no one size fits all and taking what resonates with you, your body and your lifestyle is the perfect approach. These podcast are mostly discussions with those who have a lot of knowledge they want to share. I promise you aren't tuning in to listen to someone promote their book or personal agenda, rather you will get a wealth of useful information from passionate experts. Here are some of my favorite podcasts to listen to and wellness websites to keep up with. Not only will you be in the know with the latest research, but you will also feel supported by knowing there are people all over that value their health and that will inspire you!  When you keep wellness at the forefront of your mind you not only will stay motivated but naturally will become a better version of yourself.  


Podcasts are free and there are thousands to choose from. Listen while working out, cleaning your house, driving, on a walk, whenever, wherever. Here are some favorites regarding health and nutrition.  

Bulletproof Radio- David Asprey is the founder of Bulletproof Coffee and the author of The Bulletproof Diet and Headstrong.  He is extreme, insanely smart and interviews tops experts in their fields from nutritionist, scientists, doctors and more. 
The Ultimate Health Podcast- A Canadian couple whose mission is to teach and inspire. They interview world class experts in the health and wellness community. They are positive (not cheesy), open minded and you'll always get great information from this joyful duo. 
Revolution Health Radio- Chris Kesser is a top functional medicine physician and a New York Times best selling author.  His podcast tend to run shorter than the other two mentioned above and the topics he covers are cutting-edge, science-y, and he provides practical information on how to prevent and reverse disease naturally. 
GOOP- Yes this is Gwyneth Paltrow's podcast...it's new and I love just about every episode so far. Especially "Resetting Hormones, Weight & The Conversation Around Women's Health" with Dr. Godfried. Her chief content officer "chats with leading thinkers, culture changers, and industry disruptors—from doctors to creatives, CEOs to spiritual healers—about shifting old paradigms and starting new conversations." 
MindBodyGreen- From the same people who brought you the blog/website (mentioned below) MBG also has a wellness podcast. They bring in leaders from the wellness world for real conversations that keep you up to speed on a broad range health topics: foods impact on your health, alternative methods for healing, mental health, spirituality and everything in between.

Since we are on the podcast topic and I love sharing favorite things...here are some other favorite podcasts with broader topics:

"The School of Greatness"- It's a business and self development podcast and he interviews experts in entrepreneurship, health, athletics, mindset, and relationships. 
"The Tim Ferris Show"- Tim Ferris is the author of "The 4 Hour Workweek". In his interviews he deconstructs world-class performers with topics including investing, sports, business, art, health routines, etc. and extracts the tactics, tools, and routines you can use. 
"Oprah's Supersoul Conversations"-  I was just introduced to this one...where have I been?! This one is for your mental, emotional and spiritual health. 


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MindBodyGreenMindbodygreen.com focuses on overall well-being by giving you tools to improve yourself and your life – mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally, and environmentally. Most articles also feature guest experts in their field.  You can't help but to be inspired. This one is my personal favorite and I check it everyday. 
Well + Good- wellandgood.com is a lifestyle site devoted to the wellness scene. With a focus on lifestyle, you can find articles on cutting-edge nutrition, natural beauty, healthy relationships, healthy travel tips and more.
Dr. Mercola- mercola.com A trusted source of health articles, optimal wellness products and medical news. Dr Mercola funds his site which means he isn't obligated to advertisers, silent partners, or corporate parents. 
Dr. Axe-  draxe.com is a doctor of natural medicine and is website is one of the top sites visited for holistic medicine, where the main topics include nutrition, natural medicine, fitness, healthy recipes, home remedies and trending health news. He sells Bone Broth protein, collagen and other great health products that'd I'd actually recommend, but just warning you that his emails can be salesy at times. 
Dr. Mark Hyman- drhyman.com/blog/category/articles/. Dr. Hyman is an MD who uses the power of functional medicine. He has several best selling books and has been featured on The Today Show, Dr. Oz, CNN, Good Morning America and works with policy makers to help individuals and communities thrive. He covers everything from losing weight, meditation and more sciency topics like mitochondria.
Dr. Sara Godfried-http://www.saragottfriedmd.com/blog/ I am passionate about hormones and women's health because of my current experience so I love learning from those who take a holistic approach to helping women find balance. She is a Harvard trained MD (OBGYN) who has taken a functional approach. She a best selling author and has a lot of great resources on her blog. 
FloLiving- https://www.floliving.com/blog/  I read her book "Woman Code" and wish I would have read it in high school. It's all about cycle syncing (how to eat, exercise, work and approach relationships) based on what your hormones are doing each week. This is geared to a slightly younger audience than Sara Gottfried but I think all women will find SO much valuable information with both. 

Cheers to a healthier, happier you!


Not all Smoothies are Created Equal

Generally, when you think of smoothies you assume you are making a healthy choice for yourself.  Smoothies, especially those at large chain smoothie and coffee shops, can contain 80 plus grams of sugar (some over 100 grams which is more than 3 sodas…come on!!) and are loaded with preservatives. This is fine if this sugar bomb smoothie is your occasional treat, but let’s hope that your occasional treat is not a smoothie, but rather something chocolate based from a dessert menu. They are trying to convince you that these “healthy” smoothies are actually good for you by showing cross fit athletes, yogis and runners with six packs on their website. We understand the power of marketing, but don’t be fooled and please know there is a BIG difference in smoothies.  They can truly be nutrient rich, low sugar, high protein, nourishing smoothies vs. smoothies loaded with sugar, pesticide laden fruit, sketchy protein powders and boxed juices and milks.

Here are a few reasons Nourish Superfood Smoothies are different:

Organic Ingredients

Most smoothie bars are using non organic (aka conventional) produce in your drinks. It saves money, and in turn you pay less, but of course you always get what you pay for. If you are drinking anything other than organic juice and smoothies you will be consuming produce sprayed with pesticides, fungicides, and insecticides, which add up to a cocktail of hormone disrupters and toxins just looking to congest your fat cells and potentially cause disease and health issues.  All of our produce is organic so you get the nutrient rich fruit and greens without the side of chemicals.


House Made Almond Milk

We go through 60 plus pounds of almonds a week to make our own house made almond milk. The almond milk at Nourish simply contains almonds, vanilla, sea salt, ro filtered water and a touch of maple syrup.  Not only does it taste SO much better than store bought almond milk, it doesn’t contain a single preservative. All of Nourish’s smoothies are made with house made almond milk and fresh squeezed organic orange juice. No preservatives, no added sugar… just pure goodness.

Higher Protein, Lower Sugar

It’s pretty common knowledge now that sugar is associated with obesity, many diseases, chronic inflammation, accelerated aging, hormonal issues and behavior issues in children.  It’s not good in high doses period.  Even though we NEVER use refined sugar at Nourish (even in desserts) we take extra care to keep the drinks flavorful while balancing the glycemic index (sugar levels and the impact they have on your body).  On average our smoothies contain 14 grams of sugar and are loaded with protein (average of 15 grams) and fiber (average of 9 grams) to keep your energy high and the sugar affect to a minimum.  Speaking of protein, we did our homework when selecting our protein powder.  We wanted a grain free, vegan, organic protein that didn’t contain a list of preservatives a mile long. Sunwarrior “Warrior Blend” is our protein of choice and we use vanilla, mocha and chocolate flavors.  The protein comes from organic pea, hemp and goji berry and is free of soy, gluten, dairy, and GMO’s. 


Superfood Smoothies

All of our smoothies contain at least one superfood from chia seeds to matcha and of course you always have the option to add in more. Here are the list of superfoods we have available at Nourish.

Chlorella- A green algae powder rich with chlorophyll that has detoxifying properties, purifies the blood, and is said to eliminate heavy metals, chemicals and pesticides from the body. It's usually taken in a capsule or put in smoothies. A great source of "clean energy". Add no more than one teaspoon and start even smaller to disguise the taste. 

Spirulina- A great plant based source of iron and B vitamins. Spirulina is a natural detoxifier. Known to help boost energy levels, support liver and kidney functions, reduce inflammation, and improve digestion. It is one of the most nutrient dense food sources on the planet. Again, add no more than one teaspoon and start even smaller to disguise the taste. 

Raw Cacao- Cacao was used as a source of medicine and food by the indigenous tribes of Mexico, Central and South America. Raw cacao is rich in flavonoids, antioxidants that have been shown to lower blood pressure, improve blood flow, and boost overall heart health. Make sure it’s raw for the most health benefits! 

Chia Seeds- Chia seeds were an important food for the Aztecs and Mayans and the seeds were prized for their ability to provide sustainable energy. Chia seeds contain high levels of nutrients, anti-oxidants, protein and omega 3 fatty acids for relatively low calories. Most of its carbohydrates consist of fiber and the omega 3’s and fiber help to support cardiovascular health. It's already in our Strawberry Orange Chia Smoothie.

Flax Seeds- Flax seeds are one of the best plant-based sources of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Flax seeds also contain lignans, fiber-like compounds, but in addition to their fiber-like benefits, they also provide antioxidant protection due to their structure as polyphenols. Ground flax seeds are best absorbed by your body but put whole flax seeds in a blender and there you have it. 

Spinach- These leafy greens are rich in vitamins and minerals and are concentrated in health-promoting phytonutrients and flavonoids to provide you with powerful antioxidant protection. Spinach is an anti-inflammatory and may help protect against bone and cardiovascular disease and cancers. Every smoothie should have a leafy green because it's tasteless and has zero texture when used in a higher powered blender.  Don't waste an opportunity to ingest a serving of greens.  Kids will love the green color and not taste a thing just the smoothie they ordered!

Kale- This dark leafy green's anti-inflammatory capabilities are unrivaled among leafy greens, especially relating to the prevention of arthritis, heart disease, and several autoimmune diseases. It's packed with antioxidants, vitamins and contains omega 3's. Same deal as spinach...add it in to any smoothie. 

Coconut- Unlike other saturated fats, coconut has medium chain fatty acids that help increase metabolism. Coconut has been shown to lower LDL cholesterol and boost HDL cholesterol. It helps improve the absorption of fat soluble vitamins and amino acids, and supports your immune system.  We use toasted coconut flakes in the Coconut Matcha Smoothie

Cinnamon- This delicious super food helps to lower LDL cholesterol and stabilizes or even lower blood sugar levels. It has anti-bacterial qualities and reduces cellular inflammation. Add it to any smoothie!

Blueberries- That deep-blue hue is a by-product of flavonoids. Flavonoids are natural compounds that protect the brain’s memory-carrying cells from the damaging effects of oxidation and inflammation. Berries are also lower in sugar and higher in fiber than most fruits.  Add blueberries to any smoothie...chocolate or fruity or enjoy in the The Blueberry Breakfast (it tastes like a blueberry muffin!)

Avocado- Avocados are loaded with fiber (40% daily recommendation), one avocado contains vitamin K (36%), folate (30%), and 20% each of the daily requirements of pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin C, and potassium. The high levels of monounsaturated fat in avocado—especially oleic acid—play a role in these heart-related benefits. Avocado sounds crazy in a smoothie right? Nope...just makes it creamy and silky. 

Maca- Maca is an adaptogenic root that boosts libido (whoop whoop!) and increases immunity, energy, vitality, and fertility. Adaptogens are plants that increase the body’s ability to cope with internal and environmental stresses and normalize imbalances in the body. It's sweet, nutty taste is a great addition to smoothies. 

Matcha- When you drink Matcha you ingest the entire green tea leaf, not just water infused with leaves.  Matcha powdered green tea has 137 times more antioxidants than regularly brewed green tea and Matcha's ORAC (oxygen radical absorbing capacity) rating is a mighty 1573 units per gram, compared to pomegranates 105 units per gram or blueberries 93 units. Chlorophyll is what gives Matcha its rich green hue and chlorophyll is a known detoxifier.  You could add matcha to any smoothie. Our Coconut Matcha smoothie is one of our best sellers. 

Acai- Pronounced “ah-sigh-EE”.  Acai berries are rich in phytonutrients and antioxidants and have the highest ORAC score (Oxygen Radical Absorbency Capacity) of any fruit that has been officially recorded.  Acai rich in key B vitamins, electrolytes, trace minerals and that are necessary for reducing inflammation and improving energy levels. Acai is naturally free of sugar and contains fatty acids and fiber. We have our famous Acai Berry Bowls which is basically a thick smoothie eaten with a spoon and topped with Grain Free Granola and banana.

Bee Pollen- Rich in vitamin, minerals, protein, lipids, fatty acids, carotenoids and bioflavonoids. Bee pollen is an antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral agent that reduces inflammation, acts as an antioxidant, protects against liver toxicity, and helps to relieve stress. Powerful, yet tasteless, add in a teaspoon! It’s in our Just Bee Smoothie which essentially taste likes a vanilla shake.

Eco Friendly Packaging

When you order a Nourish smoothie to go you are not only giving your body the highest quality ingredients, but you are saving the Earth from styrofoam cups.  Our cups and straws are made from plant based plastic, from 100% renewable resources that are not only recyclable but also compostable.

We believe there is a better way to eat, to feel, to live.  When you support Nourish you are not only supporting local farmers and local business, you a part of the movement.


nourish from the inside out.