A FEW WORDS FROM AUTHOR AND EXPERT NUTRITIONIST NAN ALLISON...
"The Urban Juicer may be the next good habit to develop. I was delighted work on this project and even more delighted to know that the company are going to be at select YMCA's in addition to their high street stores! Urban Juicer's juices are more than the perfect after-workout refresher! The company uses only whole fruits and whole vegetables nearly all packed high levels of antioxidants essential vitamins and minerals. Juicing is one of the best ways for busy people, and finicky kids, to get in a substantial amount of fruit and vegetables; almost every beverage provides 1-3 servings of fruit and or vegetable, with out any added sugars. For those of you who need a quick lunch - with everything you need, and not too much – grab a 16-oz juice plus a protein veggie packed wrap. Watch your energy soar! Buy an extra one for later or the kid's lunch boxes, the perfect answer to fast food!"
Nan Allison, MS, RD, LDN
licensed nutritionist and co-author of “Full and Fulfilled: the Science of Eating to Your Soul’s Satisfaction”
Nan Allison started in nutrition with a curiosity about how and why individuals and cultures choose to eat the way they do and uses this knowledge to facilitate healthy eating and enjoyment of food at the individual, corporate and community levels. She is a member of the Nashville Women’s Breakfast Club, Leadership Healthcare Nashville, and the American Dietetic Association and its affiliated practice groups: Sports and Cardiovascular Nutritionists, Weight Management, Behavioral Nutritionists and Dietitians in Functional & Integrative Medicine. She has a Master's degree in nutrition from Tufts University and a Bachelor's degree with high honors from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. She completed her dietetic internship at Frances Stern Nutrition Center of New England Medical Center Hospital in Boston. She has completed seven years of study at the Nashville School of Healing Arts’ in Sacred Healing using both Kabbalistic and Energetic Healing theories.