We spend a significant amount of our time at work and it clearly makes sense to promote health and wellbeing in the office. Introducing healthy and nutritional juices in the office will benefit everyone in a number of different ways. It’s far too easy to sit at your desk surrounded by coffee and cookies while trying to do your work, not to mention dashing out for a fast food lunch on the run. Poor diet and lack of exercise are some of the leading causes of sickness and absenteeism at work.
It’s easy to fall into bad eating habits. Skipping breakfast, lunch on the run and trying to find time to cook something healthy for dinner often falls by the wayside in favour of fast food or anything that can be throw in the oven and eaten on the sofa with a glass of wine.
The Dead Sea Scrolls make reference to the mashing of pomegranate and figs for 'profound strength and subtle form', which was practiced from before 150 BC. This may be perhaps one of the first records of people attempting to separate juices from fruits and vegetables for their health giving benefits. Throughout time, herbalists and health practitioners would grind fresh herbs and soft fruits in order to give their health giving properties to those around them.