The Nook Blog

  • The Link between Mental Health & Nutrition

    Over the last few months recent studies have been coming out regarding the link between mental health and nutrition. We all know the age old saying...
  • Madi's Kitchen Sink Lentil Recipe

  • Prebiotics & Probiotics: How to get them from your food

    Prebiotics, probiotics, postbiotics... We hear these words thrown around when we talk about a healthy gut, but we wanted to take some time to make ...
  • How to Hydrate through your Plate!

    When we hear the word "hydration", many of us immediately think about drinking more water. We have all been told that we are not drinking enough wa...
  • Why Our Menus Change

    You may be wondering, "Why does Nook not offer peaches year round?" or "Why does Nook's menu keep changing?". All of our produce comes from our loc...
  • Our Pledge to Sustainability

     Here at Nook, we strive to have as small an environmental footprint as possible and are constantly looking for ways to improve. We believe that al...
  • Redeeming your Nook Rewards!

    Our rewards program allows you to earn points for each purchase, bottle return and referral and redeem points through creating a redemption code fo...
  • Earning free meals & juices with Nook Rewards!

      There are lots of ways to earn & redeem your Nook points and signing up is easy! Sign up here.           Point earning opportuni...
  • Sipping Slow: A Guide to a Successful Cleanse

    There are many different reason why people choose to start a juice cleanse. The most common include: wanting to increase energy, decrease bloating, improve sleep and resetting after a stressful time. Cleansing is a great way to flush out your digestive system and fill your body with the nutrients it's missing. 

  • Introducing: Free Consultations with Madi

    We know that choosing what you eat is extremely personal, and finding the right foods that make you feel your best and even knowing where to start can be really overwhelming.
  • Celebrating Earth Day

    This year has been a wild one for all of us, with our shared circumstances making the world seem smaller than ever before. 

    With this increased closeness we have been made to be more aware of how we all share one planet and we must take good care and appreciate our mother earth!

  • How to REWILD this Spring

    The term “Rewilding“ means the planned reintroduction of a plant species into a habitat from which it has disappeared in an effort to increase biodiversity and restore the health of the ecosystem.