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Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Shake

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Make a breakfast shake by soaking old-fashioned rolled outs (not quick-cook) in almond milk overnight.  When blended the next morning, you'll have a creamy, nutritious, and balanced shake that will keep you satiated all morning long.  This would also work well with banana or mango, depending on the seasonality.  But, since its Fall, we are

Drink Up Buttercup

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Lemons are packed with Vitamin C, folate, and phytonutrients with antioxidant and antibiotic effects.  Lemons aid in disease prevention and digestion. Apples are a great source of potassium and Vitamin C. The pectin and nutrients in apples regulate blood sugar, which controls appetite.  Apples support the bowels, heart, and digestive tract.    Mangos are filled with Vitamins A

Emerald City Juice It Today

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Green onion gives this juice a punch, and the added bonus of Vitamin C, K, and A. The Vitamin K binds with the calcium found in the leafy greens (kale and lettuce), as well as broccoli to strengthen bones. Broccoli has unique properties that cleanse the blood of bad cholesterol, thereby detoxifying the blood and lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease. Cucumber adds potassium, magnesium, and aids with re-hydrating, skin irritations, and reducing inflammation in the body, especially in the skin. Top off your juice with hand-squeezed lime for a super-packed Vitamin C kick that boosts your immune system.