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3 Juice Bars in Paris

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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3 Juice Bars in Paris

Your Body Will Thank You For

 

Although you may think of Paris as the go-to city for indulgence, for pastries, red wine and cheese, there might just come a time when you feel in need of something a little bit lighter (yes, really!).

When that happens, the City of Light has it covered: simply hit one of the nearby juice bars and top up your 5-a-day levels of tasty fruits, vegetables and vitamins in one delicious swoop.

Here are a few of our favourite places to try

Bob’s Juice Bar

Sitting pretty in the heart of Paris’ most bohemian neighbourhood, Bob’s Juice Bar is the place to head for all the vitamin replenishment your heart desires. Offering a fine selection of freshly blended juices and smoothies alongside a super healthy vegetarian lunch menu, Bob’s Juice Bar may be small, but it’s perfectly formed. Image source

Top tip: The bar is just a stone’s throw away from nearby Canal Saint-Martin, so why not grab a juice to enjoy whilst overlooking the tranquil water?

15 rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010    bobsjuicebar.com     Metro: Jacques Bonsergent

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Juice It

The idea for Juice It sprouted after owner Charlotte Rouah returned from seven years spent in New York City. Whilst living in the Big Apple, Rouah got hooked on more than just the city’s nickname, developing a passion for all things fruit and veg. Noticing the one thing missing from the streets of Paris, Juice It was born and has been providing Parisians with a dose of the healthy stuff ever since. Image source

Top tip: Juice It is handily located right in the 1st arrondissement. The Paris you know from the pictures, the 1st arrondissement is home to all the big names of the city and is the ultimate place to watch the world go by as you enjoy a little boost of vitality.

8 rue de la vrilliere, 75001            juice-it.fr            Metro: Bourse

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Bojus

If you find yourself feeling a bit like a human chunk of baked camembert after a few days of over-indulgence in Paris, then never fear! Head on over to rue de Montmorency where you’ll find BoJus. Here, you’ll have a choice of four different detox and cleanse programmes, ranging from a one day boost of goodness to a full-on five day cleanse. Trust us when we say that you’ll be feeling as good as new in no time at all! Image source

Top tip: BoJus is in the heart of Le Marais, a neighbourhood of Paris known for its medieval streets and labyrinth of vintage boutiques and second-hand bookshops. It’s a great area of Paris to base your hotel, experiencing the city as it once was.

6 rue de Montmorency, 75003        bojus.fr         Metro: Rambuteau

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So there you have it, a delicious and fail-safe way to keep your body in tip-top condition in Paris, without missing out or denying yourself any of the good stuff. What are you waiting for?
By Josie Sampson

Josie is a lifestyle writer currently based in London. She loves coffee, cinema (especially French films!), yoga and writing about her daily adventures

 

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2 comments

  1. Yasmine M says:

    Bojus is def a must!!

  2. Sara Al Qasim says:

    Wish I did that when I was there! I gained 3 pounds!!!

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