Today’s interview was super practical. I had the pleasure of interviewing an incredible entrepreneur, Kimmye Bohannon. She is one of the founders of The Weekly Juicery. Kimmye has completely made it in the juicing industry and built a fabulous business by being steadfast in acknowledging that she is not there to make things taste good, but to make you feel amazing. She has been consistent in setting the highest possible standard in terms of what she creates and puts out there.
This episode we get right into the nitty-gritty of juicing. We talk about the benefits of juicing vs. smoothies vs. just eating your vegetables whole. We also talked all about how to take the grinds, fiber, and clean up — all the components of juicing that dissuade us — and turn them into some really incredible ideas in your kitchen. If you’ve ever looked at juicing and tried to understand how it helps you and how to include it in your weekly routine — then this interview is for you!

Key Takeaways:

[1:33] All about my guest today, Kimmye Bohannon.

[3:07] Welcoming Kimmye to the podcast!

[3:28] Kimmye’s background leading up to her current career.

[7:43] How does Kimmye’s business keep growing in the crowded juice market?

[10:25] Kimmye breaks down the differences between smoothies and juices.

[12:44] Kimmye speaks about the latest ingredients in juices and defends the bad rep juices sometimes get.

[16:40] What is an adaptogen?

[20:31] What do home-juicers need to know? Kimmye’s beginner juicing recommendations.

[23:19] How long can you keep your juice in the fridge for? Is there a way to extend a juice’s lifespan?

[27:27] Quick tips for using the leftovers from the juice.

[28:02] Kimmye’s journey as an entrepreneur; how she got to where she is today.

[32:29] What core skills did Kimmye have as an individual that helped accelerate the growth of her business?

[35:41] The importance of going outside your comfort zone as an entrepreneur.

[39:09] Getting into a healthy entrepreneurial mindset to shift your physiology

[40:18] What Kimmye would like her legacy to be.

[41:30] How Kimmye defines health.

[43:50] Kimmye’s KPIs.

[51:19] Where to find Kimmye online.

Mentioned in This Episode:

The Weekly Juicery

Willpower Doesn’t Work: Discover the Hidden Keys to Success, by Benjamin Hardy

Sun Potion

Breville JE98XL Two-Speed Juice Fountain Plus

The Juice Book e-book

The Rain Barrel Effect: How a 6,000 Year Old Answer Holds the Secret to Finally Getting Well, Losing Weight & Feeling Alive Again!, by Stephen Cabral

The Old Curiosity Shop, by Charles Dickens

More About Kimmye Bohannon

Kimmye Bohannon is an avid juice drinker and the Founder and CEO of The Weekly Juicery and The Juice Ritual program. She started The Weekly Juicery in her home in 2012 as a juice delivery service with a goal of making cold-pressed juices convenient for busy people.

The Weekly Juicery juices are 100% USDA Certified Organic, vegetable-centric with little to no fruit. The juices are raw with no preservation technique like HPP to extend the shelf life. Today, they have five retail juice bars and offer national shipping as part of The Juice Ritual Program. The Juice Ritual is a monthly program that combines one day extended fast with six organic vegetable juices for the ultimate day of digestive rest. The Weekly Juicery is one of the few USDA Certified Organic juice companies shipping raw juice. The Weekly Juicery supports the USDA organic food movement by using local certified organic farms during the growing season.

Connect with my Guest:

Website: The Weekly Juicery

Facebook Group: Chasing Good Health

Social Media: Facebook and Instagram

E-Book: The Juice Book

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Have you ever wanted to try juicing at home? Set aside a day and a time this week to give it a shot! Grab a glass mason jar and try mixing up your own, following Kimmye’s steps at 20:31 in the podcast. If you don’t have a juicer at home — that’s ok! Why not find a juice location near your work or home and give it a try. See and feel the difference it makes in your body and energy — and share your commitment on the Entrepology Podcast Facebook page! Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.


“90% of the ingredients need to be plants [in a juice]. There’s room for adaptogens, there’s room for fruit, but … if we follow that rule … there is nothing bad.”
— Kimmye Bohannon


“My advice to everybody listening would be to make sure you know who’s making your product to be sure that you know what goes into it … [and] that there haven’t been harmful additives.” — Kimmye Bohannon


“I drink our juice everyday, therefore I know … exactly how to make it … impact someone’s health trajectory in a positive way.” — Kimmye Bohannon


“I think we have probably gotten to where we are by an incredible group of people. Our senior team of people has been there from the very beginning. … I always know that I can count on them.” — Kimmye Bohannon


“I really am open and a universal listener. I feel like I’m on the right path I’ve just kind of ridden the flow of letting things happen.” — Kimmye Bohannon


“We’ve really leveled up to make sure we’re doing all the right steps to make the best product.” — Kimmye Bohannon


“Know that you’re on the right path, know that you’re not making any product quality compromises, and embrace with confidence and assurance that you’re exactly where you’re supposed to be at [exactly the right time.]” — Kimmye Bohannon