NU Obsessed: Moon Juice Dust

food, travel

Moon Juice is my happy place when I travel to L.A! I have been a huge fan of the brand for years. The NU team is currently obsessed with their "magic" dust. 

Anytime I am in L.A, I make a special pit stop to one of my favorite places,  Moon Juice! Since their Venice shop is on the way to the airport it's an easy MUST stop. They also recently opened a location on Melrose Place so I can't wait to check it out next time I'm in town. 

But, for those of you who are wondering what Moon Juice is, let me give you a quick run down. MJ is a plant-sourced alchemy filled with so many amazing products that will elevate your body, beauty and consciousness. I mean ... sign me up right?? Kidding aside, MJ offers juices, snacks, milks and holistic services all geared towards helping you live a more well-balanced life. 

I personally love their juices and of course what I like to call their "magic fairy" dust! See below for three ways I personally like to integrate the dust into my daily routine. 

Coffee

I think you probably know now how much I love coffee via my instagram. I always start my day off with a hot cup of coffee and I personally love sprinkling the dust right on top of my morning joe. My personal favorite dust at this hour is the Power Dust. The Power Dust supports your peak performance, stamina and longevity, perfect before heading to teach NUFit. 

Hot Water

If you are one of those morning hot water lemon chicks try adding some magic dust to your morning routine, I like drinking hot water and lemon throughout the day too. My favorite dust for hot water is the Brain Dust. It enhances cosmic flow and creativity. 

Smoothie

After I am done with my morning NUFit sweat session I race home to make my smoothie. I am a creature of habit, so I usually end up having the same thing almost every day. For my smoothies, I rotate the dust selection based on what I have to accomplish that day. I am a fan of the Spirit Dust and Brain Dust at this hour. 

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CREDITS

Photography by Chelsea Chorpenning