It’s day seven, and already resolution No. 1 — eat healthy or die trying — is looking like your funeral.
Call off the undertaker and sink your teeth into The Squeeze’s virtual snack bar.
Fresh-faced founder and Natural Gourmet Institute alum Karliin Brooks spent last summer trucking organic fare and juices to New York City’s elite (and growing a citywide following in the process). Now you have access to her expertise, too.
Trade 100-calorie bags of gluten for low-fat, minimal-salt takes on chili and cheese kale chips, onion rings, popcorn, and granola clusters worthy of your tot’s cereal. (They have a three-month shelf life, but our editors devoured all the samples in less than a day.)
Lest you feel thirsty, cold-pressed juices (infused with aloe vera, coconut water, and berry-based flavor boosts) start to ship nationwide within the next two months.
Now you can live for resolution No 2: Get rich.
Available at thesqueezejuice.com, $8-$11.
Photo: Courtesy of The Squeeze