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The outspoken founder of Juice Press talks about the blurring lines between beauty and wellness. Read time: 4 minutes Article on WWD, written by Anna Dysinger on June 7, 2015. Marcus Antebi bursts through the doors of the 55th Street Juice Press, a tattooed ball of energy clad in a black T-shirt and cuffed jeans. He be
In order to help educate the consumer and the staff about nutrition concepts, I had to come up with bite-sized printed pieces that people could take with them. I made the first Juice Press postcard at a Fedex/Kinkos while I was working on the menu art file, to take a break from the tedium of building a menu file.
Read time: 2 minutes Inside the new headquarters of our favorite source for cold pressed greens. New York. Article on Coveteur, written by Emily Ramshaw. Photography by Jake Rosenberg. As you may have noticed, we spend a fair amount of...
"There’s nobody else in this industry that understands the science of nutrition the way that I do,” said Marcus Antebi
Read time: 12 minutes Article from W Magazine, written by Jane Larkworthy There is nothing meek about Marcus Antebi. The Juice Press founder looks like Jason Statham, sounds like Billy Walsh from “Entourage,” and has the conviction of ...
When I arrived at the Juice Press the first time, it was crammed with lithe young things (the model Erin Wasson swears by the maca tonic) buying concoctions like Drink Your Salad and Ginger Fireball. Immediately I felt pasty, pudgy and distinctly unhealthy. Antebi, an intense 42-year-old with a shaved head and myriad tattoos, introduced himself and gave me a quick once-over. Something about him made me want to fess up all of my sins, at least the ones that involve eating and drinking. Before I could stop myself, I blurted out, “Hi, my name is Sandra, and I’m a meat-wine-cheese-choco-holic.” He didn’t even smile. He simply said, “I’m going to change your life.”
[GQ Article] The Real-Life Diet of Juice Press Founder Marcus Antebi, Who Likens His Meals to Meditation
“I would surrender my flesh and my bones before I eat an animal." - Marcus Antebi
After a few minutes of chatting with Juice Press founder Marcus Antebi, your head might explode. That's because the man happens to know a little bit about everything, and if you pepper him with a few questions, he’ll be off and running. Statistics regarding the total-body benefits of eating whole foods and scratching anything processed? He’s got ‘em. What really happens when we drink five cups of coffee? He knows. His stance on the benefits of veganism? Sit down, this one’s going to take a minute.
The ability of some bacteria to kill other bacteria isn’t new—foods such as yogurt, sauerkraut and pickled cucumbers are preserved thanks to a type of bacteria that produces lactic acid, which is lethal to harmful bacteria, says Maria L. Marco, associate professor in the Department of Food Science & Technology at the University of California, Davis.