Glenview’s Mingle Juice Bar Offers Tasty Goodness




Dr. Leslie Mendoza Temple and Kim King

Mingle Juice Bar has opened at the Glen Town Center, 1830 Tower Drive, in Glenview, serving healthy, delicious, reasonably priced refreshments. Offerings include cold-pressed and made-to-order vegetable and fruit juices, smoothies, tapioca bubble drinks, nut milks, chia puddings, Açaí bowls, salads and other healthy takeaways.

Since 2006, co-owner Leslie Mendoza Temple, M.D., has witnessed the transformative effects of plant-based nutrition for her patients desiring better health. In 2012, she met co-owner Kim King, who had incorporated juicing to help manage her own health. After Temple tasted how delicious King’s recipes were, the two hatched a plan to create Mingle Juice Bar.

King attended the inaugural Reboot Camp with Joe Cross, star of the groundbreaking documentary, Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. The film chronicles his battle with autoimmune disease and obesity, and then helping to reverse these conditions with juicing. King and her team won the Winning Juice contest, to be featured in the movie’s upcoming sequel.


For more information, call 847-834-0659 or visit MingleJuiceBar.com.

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