[Kick A$$ juice (from left) features carrot, apple, pineapple and turmeric; the namesake Green Gypsy blends kale, romaine, apple, cucumber, ginger and a choice of grapefruit, orange or lemon; and the Fortune Teller smoothie combines blueberry, banana, spinach, cacao, coconut manna, maca and cinnamon.]
"You're able to receive all these nutrients in one 16-ounce cup," she said. "It's great for people who aren't big fans of salads, fruits and veggies [and] a way to supplement what you're doing with your diet."
Among her most popular juices is the namesake Green Gypsy, featuring kale, romaine, green apple, cucumber and ginger plus a citrus choice between grapefruit, orange and lemon.
Lutz said she tries to use organic ingredients as much as possible, and works with Rustic Road Farm in Elburn and Foxtrot Organic Farm in St. Charles.
Another popular drink is Tiger Blood, with beet, carrot, green apple, orange and turmeric, described as good in fighting inflammation and supporting the immune system.