As the Thanksgiving feast winds down, the idea of eating lighter might be appealing. Sip-N-Glo Juicery, which has locations in Rittenhouse, at 1700 Sansom, and the 900 block of South Street, offers plenty of made-to-order as well as bottled cold-pressed juices to help dieters hit the reset button.
Despite its dramatic black color, the Pineapple Charcoal Lemon-Aid flavor is light and refreshing on the morning after a big meal. Made from pineapple, lemon, and charcoal from coconut husks, it has no added sugar and a clean taste.
The flavors evoke cold pineapple slices on the beach with a hint of coconut, or a piña colada — one that’s designed to help you, not hurt you. The juice is cleansing, detoxifying, and anti-inflammatory.
Pineapple Charcoal Lemon-Aid, $6.95 at Sip-N-Glo Juicery; 257 S. 20th St., 1700 Sansom St., and 932 South St.; sipnglo.com.