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An introduction to I Love Juice Bar

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click to enlarge The I Love Juice Bar Little Rock team - BRIAN CHILSON
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  • The I Love Juice Bar Little Rock team

People looking to eat healthy on the go will find a lot to love about the I Love Juice Bar in Midtown, a new restaurant concept from the owners of Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe. I Love Juice Bar opened on October 1 in the upscale Midtown Shopping Center, offering a fresh and delicious menu of juices, smoothies and healthy food options—and that's only the beginning!

“We’re so excited to provide another option for those seeking a healthy lifestyle," says owner Stephanie Keet, adding that in addition to fresh-made juices and smoothies, I Love Juice Bar also offers juice cleanses, the ability to custom-design juices according to individual needs, essential oils and "power shots" to give consumers a variety of options for healthy eating.

I Love Juice Bar's philosophy stretches beyond just providing healthy, great-tasting products into education. To this end, the restaurant hopes to conduct a series of classes and events in the future to teach the public about the benefits of juicing, including ways to use fresh juice as a means to increase consumption of nutrients, improve digestion, increase energy and remove toxins from the body.

Want to see what all the buzz is about? Stop into the I Love Juice Bar at 207 N. University and let the eager team serve you up samples of their healthy products. They stand ready to help you achieve your goals in living a healthy lifestyle in ways that are inexpensive, quick—and most importantly, delicious.

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