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Juice Nashville provides place to drink, get healthy

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

A business in the Gulch is the first of its kind in Tennessee, providing a place to get a drink and get healthy at the same time.

It's called Juice Nashville and began as a KickStarter campaign online. Now, folks line up outside the door every morning, often causing the store to sell out of their healthy offerings.

The juice bar uses a cold press juicer, which doesn't apply heat or oxidize the ingredients while working.

"You can bottle it for three days and you get more nutrients and vitamins and a richer juice," owner Stephanie Waring explained.

Waring and her husband run the store together.

She told News 2 they have a kitchen in another location and their employees come fill the refrigerator with juice each morning.

Each kind serves a different purpose, combining fruits and vegetables like kale, apples, ginger, beets, carrots, cucumber and many more.

"Each juice is nutritious and healthy and different benefits depending on what are you in the mood for," Waring said.

She explained that the juices have also changed her life. She was sick and having a hard time, constantly in and out of the hospital with little answers from doctors.

"My brother, who I usually don't listen to, told me to get a juicer and I did, and that was the only thing that helped me feel better," Waring said.

If you want to try Juice Nashville's cold pressed creations, you can visit their store at 1106 Division Street or order online at TheJuiceNashville.com.

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