The recent gluttonous holiday feasting may have you feeling a bit bloated and off your healthiest game. Luckily, these favorite Austin-area healthy eating resources offer the nutritious nudge you’ll need to keep your belt buckled securely and to feel your finest — and fittest — for the festivities to come.
Skinny Limits offers four levels of cold-pressed, unprocessed raw juice cleanses, including a low-sugar option, with prices beginning at $54 for six 16 oz. bottles. Skinny Limits, with seven locations for pick-up (or overnight shipping), offers cleansing programs, as well as a la carte juices and smoothies. Need a little guidance through your cleanse? Skinny Limits offers a coaching-supported three-day cleanse, too.
Juiceland, with 10 Austin-area locations, offers cleansing programs as well as over 75 a la carte juices, smoothies, hot juices, shots and cocktails. There's also a selection of vegan salads and sides, many of which are gluten-free. The local favorite offers four levels of juice cleanses including a build your own option. Programs include six 16 oz. juices daily, beginning at $53.95 per day.
Juice Society offers cleanses of one-, two-, three- and five-day durations, delivered to your home for $60 per day. Juice Society aims to support the organic farming community with glass-packed, hand-crafted, small batch juices. The juices, which have no additives, preservatives or pasteurization, are hand pressed, packed, bottled and delivered to the Austin-area.
Daily Juice Café
Daily Juice Café, with two Austin-area locations and two more on the way, offers a la carte juices and smoothies, grab-and-go salads and sides to pick up or dine in. You can also try one of five unique cleanses featuring eight 16 oz. juices at around $60 per day.
Daily Greens juices are available at local markets, as well as the newly opened Daily Greens Juice Bar located on Springdale Road. You can create a cleanse of any length, with three cold-pressed fruit and vegetable juices for $30 a day. Daily Greens are available for pick-up or overnight delivery.
There are three Snap Kitchen juice cleanse programs, ranging from $47-$54, as well as a build-your-own-option. All include online support and delivery or curbside pickup at three local locations. For a true restart of your diet, try Snap Commit, a 21-day meal plan with dishes selected from a menu of mostly gluten-free food that's handmade daily. Snap Commit is priced from $575-$750.
My Fit Foods
My Fit Foods offers portion-controlled a la carte meals and snacks, as well as nutritional beverages and supplements, at six Austin-area locations. You can also try a 21-day challenge developed in-store under the guidance of a nutrition coach. Prices for the challenge vary according to the individual program.
For the non-conformist
Are you a rugged individualist when it comes to food and fitness plans? Like to follow your own road less traveled? Below, find our favorite local options for developing or maintaining your self-guided gluttony recovery plan.