I have had such a busy schedule the past few weeks getting ready for NYFW. From running around to castings, go-sees, and fittings, I really haven't had much time for anything else other than the gym.

     Now that fashion week is more than halfway through and I have a chance to post, I thought I should share something that has helped me get through my 12-14 hour days.

     Not only have I been juicing primarily through out the day and eating lots of raw veggies at night, but I've also been making frequent stops at the Union Square Farmers' Market. Not for my usual veggie stock pile, but instead for one stand in particular... The Wheatgrass Booth.


 One shot of wheatgrass juice packs enough of an energy boost to keep me going and is packed full of nutrients that benefit you way more than a cup of joe!!!

According to

"The most outstanding feature of the wheatgrass is its very high content of chlorophyll at about 70%. This alone makes it a superfood that has a highly energizing and alkalizing effect."

     They continue,

"Wheatgrass is a complete food and an excellent source of vitamin C, E, K and B complex (including B12). It is rich in the minerals calcium, cobalt, germanium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, protein, sodium, sulphur, and zinc. And it also has a long list of amino acids (~17 types) and about 80 known enzymes."

****Be cautious when trying wheatgrass if you have any gluten sensitivities, and stay away from it all together if you are celiac or allergic to wheat. Opt instead for another Vitamin-rich green juice and receive similar, energy-boosting benefits.

                                                   Here's to another great find! Thanks for reading, and...  Drink up!


Renee Peters

Renee Peters is a NYC-based model, blogger, and advocate of mindful, sustainable living. She strives to be a role model by using her platform for positive change. Through her blog, Model4GreenLiving, Peters seeks to reshape the way people think about environmental issues and provide practical tips and everyday actions for readers.  Peters uses social media to promote that same message, as well as one of self-love and body-positivity. She also volunteers, is an environmental activist, and is an avid learner of anything relating to the planet and its health. For booking inquires visit Muse Models NYC or Nomad Management Miami.