Open 7 days a week/365 days a year, including all major Holidays
312 S. Driver St.
Durham, NC 27703
In June 2020 #CFB4Life changed course. After months of deliberation and a continued fervor to create impactful economic opportunities for families, it also changed its name; the acronym would now stand for Creating Family Business (4 Life). In August of 2020 opened it’s first business together; #CFB4Life Juice Bar, Deli, and CBD Store, a grab and go convenience store right in the heart of East Durham, North Carolina.
At #CFB4LIFE, our smoothies are made fresh to order with natural ingredients and real fruit! Each smoothie recipe was carefully crafted by our in-house chemist to be fulfilling and refreshing. All smoothie ingredients are ethically and locally sourced. We pride ourselves on creating delicious, nutritious, and flavorful smoothies to suit everyone’s taste preferences.
CBD Health Facts
Cannabidiol often referred to as CBD, is a natural remedy used for many common ailments. CBD oil has been shown to be effective at relieving pain, reducing anxiety and depression, alleviating cancer-related symptoms, reducing acne, and more. In addition, studies have linked CBD with several benefits for the heart and circulator system, such as the ability to lower high blood pressure.
PREVENTING COLORECTAL CANCER
Dr. Darrell Gray
Dr. Darrell Gray is a gastroenterologist at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and the Deputy Director of the Center for Cancer Health Equity within The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – The James Cancer Hospital.
Screening and Prevention
Colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in the United States. The number of new colorectal cancer cases and the number of deaths from colorectal cancer have been decreasing over the past two decades.
The Provider and Community Engagement (PACE) Program for Health Equity in Colorectal Cancer Prevention is a collaborative effort between multiple community and private organizations that is aimed at reducing disparities in colorectal cancer.