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    Juice Recipes. Pear Ginger Juice. 1 cucumber. 2 celery stalks. 1 pear. 1/3 cantaloupe. kale leaves. 1/2 lemon. 1 inch of ginger. Spinach Carrot Juice. The benefit of fresh juicing is that the body can absorb the live nutrients directly into the blood stream; this can 3 Juice Recipes to Keep Your Brain Young and. Juice Master Ltd, please note that recipe designs do not reflect the designs in the has squeezed over funky 'n' fresh juice and smoothie recipes into.

    Im excited to share my picks for amazing juice recipes, as well as tips and how-to-juice information to have you juicing like a pro. Ive had my fun taste testing and selecting the juices for this book. Ive included some old favorites including my Mean Green and have added some new combinations of fruits and vegetables, herbs and spices that evoke the flavors that Ive always loved in great cuisine and from what my mates have told me after sampling our recipes, I think weve come up with some real winners. Juicing is not an exact science. Use these measurements as guides and adjust to your taste. Love spinach? Add another handful to your juice. Hate beets? Substitute with red cabbage. Have fun trying out new fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices. Look for the juices designated as Reboot juices. No idea what a Reboot is? Its a period of eating and drinking just fruits and vegetables for weight loss and improved health.

    Green Lemonade Take a refreshing lemonade that is perfect for those summer months up a notch by adding greens! Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 green apple 2 handfuls spinach 8 leaves kale Tuscan cabbage cucumber 2 ribs celery 1 lemon 1 Peel lemon. Green Tart Not only will its pleasant sour taste wake up your taste buds but it will give you a nice boost of energy to get through your morning and the rest of your day. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 8 leaves kale Tuscan cabbage 2 green apples lemon 1 Peel lemon.

    Jicama Salad A new spin on a juice which can help boost your immune system. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 jicama 4 leaves romaine 2 handfuls spinach 1 small handful tarragon lemon 1 Peel jicama and lemon. Joes Mean Green No wonder this is Joes favorite juice, it contains some of the most nutritious fruits and vegetables on the planet. Kickin Cucumber Melon Kick up your daily juice with this combination of cucumber, melon, lime, ginger and even jalapeo! Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 lemon 1 lime 1 handful watercress 2 green apples 1 Peel lemon and lime.

    Little Green Sometimes a little kiwi green is just what the doctor ordered. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 2 green apples 2 kiwi 2 ribs of celery 1 Peel kiwi.

    Heart disease, stroke, high cholesterol, osteoporosis, gout, auto immune conditions, thyroid, immunity. Honey I Juiced the Greens Deliciously tart with a satisfying sweetness and a slightly sour taste.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings medium honeydew medium pineapple 2 green apples 8 leaves kale Tuscan cabbage 1 Remove rind from honeydew and pineapple. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 2 apples cantaloupe rockmelon honeydew 7 leaves kale Tuscan cabbage 7 leaves chard silverbeet 1 Remove rind from cantaloupe and honeydew. Mexican Style Jugo If you cant get enough of the common Mexican dishes loaded with cilantro then youll love this juice!

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 2 cucumbers 4 handfuls cilantro coriander 1 lime 1 poblano pepper 1 apple 1 Peel lime.

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    Morning Dew This diverse juice is an excellent source of vitamin A and other powerful antioxidants. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 2 green apples honeydew 8 leaves chard silverbeet 1 lime 1 small handful basil 1 small handful mint 1 Peel lime.

    Heart disease, stroke, high cholesterol, cancer, osteoporosis, arthritis, auto immune conditions, vision, skin, immunity, liver, gallbladder. Morning Green Glory Skip the coffee and start your day with this nutrient-packed sweet green juice. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 5 leaves kale Tuscan cabbage 1 handful spinach 3 leaves romaine 1 cucumber 3 ribs celery 1 green apple 1 lemon 1 Peel lemon.

    Peachy Keen Green If youre seeking a wider variety of greens to juice, look no further. The dandelion greens in this juice might be just what you are looking for. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 2 summer squash 8 leaves kale Tuscan cabbage 4 leaves dandelion greens 4 peaches 1 apple lemon 1 Peel lemon. Heart disease, high cholesterol, cancer, osteoporosis, migraines, vision, skin, immunity, memory, liver. Heart disease, stroke, cancer, arthritis, gout, migraines, memory, liver. Simple Green Healthy and powerful greens great for healing and protecting against diseases.

    Sparkling Clean Green Elixir Minty fresh with a hint of lemon, youll find a refreshing delight for your taste buds in this juice. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 2 ribs celery 2 leaves chard silverbeet lemon 1 small handful mint 1 apple cucumber 1 Peel the lemon.

    Heart disease, high cholesterol, cancer, auto immune conditions. Summer Green A fresh twist on a classic green juice, the zucchini lends a light flavor while the pears add just a touch of sweetness. Ingredients Makes 2 servings medium pineapple 1 green apple 8 leaves kale 1 Remove rind from pineapple.

    The Perfect Pear Lemon and parsley make a perfect pear in this juice by offering a tart taste high in vitamin C.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 8 leaves kale Tuscan cabbage 1 pear 1 cucumber 1 handful parsley lemon 1 Peel lemon. The Three Cs A super green juice packed with vitamin K. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 2 apples 2 ribs celery 1 cucumber 6 leaves chard silverbeet lemon 1 Peel lemon. Triple Threat Youll enjoy a sweet, sour and refreshing taste all in one sip.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 3 oranges 1 lemon 1 lime 2 sprigs rosemary 6 leaves romaine 1 Peel the oranges, lemon and lime. Heart disease, stroke, cancer, gout ,thyroid, skin, gallbladder. Tutti Frutti Sweet, savory and delicious, just like the pineapples that go into this juice. Tuscan Summer Perfect for pretending your vacationing in Italy. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 grapefruit fennel 1 orange 1 handful basil 1 Peel grapefruit and orange. Winter Green Detox From Chef Dan Kluger, this seasonal favorite and antioxidant powerhouse, is loaded with seven different fruits and vegetables that all add a surplus of phytonutrients.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 grapefruit 1 small handful mint 3 ribs celery fennel 1 lemon 1 apple 5 leaves kale Tuscan cabbage 1 Peel grapefruit and lemon. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 3 celery root celeriac 2 pears 1 Wash all ingredients.

    Ginger Pear-snip Add a little spice to your life while helping to reduce your risk of cancer and inflammation.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 jicama 2 oranges 1 jalapeo 1 small handful mint 2 sprigs cilantro coriander 1 Peel jicama and oranges. Remove seeds from jalapeo. Mango Salsa Sweet and savory with a bit of spice, this juice is great for maintaining healthy skin. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 mango cucumber yellow pepper capsicum 1 jalapeo 1 small handful cilantro coriander 1 lime 1 Peel lime. Mexi Cali A spicy anti-inflammatory juice that offers a refreshing bite.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings medium pineapple 1 green apple 1 lime jalapeo 1 small handful cilantro coriander 1 Peel lime.

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    Southwest Fruity and refreshing with a prickly cactus flare that brings you to the southwest. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 chayote 1 tomato 1 green apple 1 Wash all ingredients. Heart disease, stroke, cancer, auto immune conditions. Taj Mahal Inspired by the flavors of India, this juice is full of vitamin C and potassium. Tia Rita The combination of refreshing fruits with basil and ginger is delicious, complex and invigorating to your taste buds. Winter White This juice is perfect for the winter months for its fresh and seasonal taste that can brighten up winter doldrums.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 sweet potato 2 carrots 2 apples 1 orange dash pumpkin pie spice 1 Peel orange and sweet potato.

    Stroke, cancer, arthritis, gout, allergies, auto immune conditions, thyroid, vision, skin, immunity. Carrot Apple Ginger Transition to crisper, cooler weather, and beautiful produce, with this simple and super tasty classic. Carrot Tangerine Ginger An orange colored juice with more health benefits than orange juice. Captain Melon Healthy summer time juice with anti- inflammatory and cancer fighting properties. Heart disease, stroke, cancer, auto immune conditions, thyroid, GI.

    Citrus Times Three Packed with vitamin C to support your immune system and keep it strong. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 3 oranges 2 grapefruits lemon 2 sprigs rosemary 1 Peel oranges, grapefruits and lemon. Glowing Green Pepper Protect your immune system while brightening your skin with this glowing juice. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 green pepper capsicum 1 cucumber 3 carrots 1 lemon 1 Peel lemon.

    Green Carrot Ginger If you want to ward off the seasonal cold then load up on this juice super-packed with immune-boosting, heart-healthy ginger. Mexican Fiesta A Mexican fiesta in a glass! The unique combination of jicama, red bell pepper, orange and red onion offers high levels of vitamin C. Ingredients Makes 2 servings jicama red bell pepper capsicum cucumber red onion 1 orange 1 lime dash cayenne pepper 1 Peel jicama, orange, lime and onion. Minty Citrus Refresh your palate and load up on phytonutrients with this minty fresh juice.

    Ingredients Makes 1 servings 2 oranges 1 grapefruit 2 carrots 4 ribs celery 1 handful mint 1 Peel oranges and grapefruit. Oh Sweet Broccoli Loaded with vitamins C, K, A, folate, and manganese, this juice is a good way to up your broccoli intake. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 heads broccoli 2 oranges 1 cucumber 1 carrot 1 Peel oranges.

    Heart disease, stroke, high cholesterol, cancer, osteoporosis, migraines, auto immune conditions, skin, liver. Orange Ginger A seasonal, antioxidant power-packed juice that includes flavors of the fall. Peach Chai Refreshingly fruity and spicy, nutrient- rich and packed with antioxidants like vitamin C and phytochemicals.

    Heart disease, stroke, cancer, arthritis, gout, allergies, thyroid, vision, skin, memory. This juice is full of vitamin C, beta-carotene and bromelain. Spicy Peach Carrot Sweet with a surprising overtone of carrot and apple, this juice is a great dessert juice or a fruity start to the day. Sunburst Bursting with vitamin C, its perfect to keep colds away while promoting healthy, glowing skin.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 orange 1 red bell pepper capsicum 3 carrots lemon 1 Peel the lemon and orange. Sweet Potato Pie When you are looking for something sweet, something with a bit of creaminess, or just an excuse to make a delicious, unique juice, this is the juice for you.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 sweet potato 2 pears 1 apple dash cinnamon 1 Peel the sweet potato. The Cabbage Patch Venture out of your typical juice routine.

    This recipe features the often ignored green cabbage which has a surprisingly high yield of juice for a leafy vegetable, a mild taste, and is abundant in vitamin C. Triple C If you need to load up on vitamin C, don't just rely on oranges! The cabbage in this juice offers high levels of vitamin C and sulphur. Ingredients Makes 2 servings head green cabbage 3 carrots 4 ribs celery 1 green apple 1 lemon 1 Peel lemon.

    This juice is best served chilled. Auntie Oxie Vibrantly colored with a pop of refreshing flavor, this juice kicks your store bought grape juice to the curb by offering a surplus of antioxidants and nutritional benefits. Beet-ini Put a new spin on happy hour and enjoy this healthy version of a martini.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 beet beetroot 1 apple 1 orange 1 sprig mint 1 Peel beet and orange. High cholesterol, cancer, arthritis, migraines, thyroid, vision, skin, immunity, GI, liver. Beet Potato Pie Fill up on your root vegetables for the highest levels of beta-carotene and vitamin A.

    Bloody Mary A healthy alternative to your weekend brunch cocktail. Brooklyn Heights With high levels of vitamin C, and a New York style taste, this juice takes you to new heights.

    Caprese Salad A juice twist on a popular salad, with healthy ingredients that are in season all year round. Cool Mint A perfect summer juice to take to the beach and boost your vitamin A intake.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings medium watermelon medium honeydew 1 cup mint lemon 1 Peel lemon. Stroke, allergies, auto immune conditions, thyroid, vision, gallbladder. Cran-Apple-Crisp A sweet and delicious juice packed with antioxidants. Cranberry Citrus Cocktail This delicious juice is like all of your favorite Thanksgiving side dishes served up in a glass. Heart disease, stroke, high cholesterol, cancer, osteoporosis, allergies, migraines, vision, skin, immunity, liver.

    Mediterranean Summer If youve been dreaming about a summer on the Mediterranean then youll love this slightly sweet juice loaded with lycopene. Ingredients Makes 2 servings medium watermelon 1 tomato 1 small handful basil 1 small handful mint pinch sea salt 1 Remove rind from watermelon. Orange Fennel The unique combination of fennel, orange and red cabbage presents a nutrient-packed and delightful juice. Ingredients Makes 2 servings head red cabbage 4 leaves kale Tuscan cabbage 1 cucumber fennel 2 oranges 1 apple 1 Peel oranges.

    Heart disease, cancer, arthritis, allergies, migraines, thyroid, vision, skin, immunity, GI. Pink Lady Perfect on a hot summer morning as a refreshing and light beverage, this juice will please more than your taste buds. The strawberries are loaded with phytonutrients, the watermelon contains high amounts of lycopene an antioxidant that can fight free radicals and the mint promotes a healthy digestive system.

    Cheers to the summer! Ingredients Makes 2 servings medium watermelon 12 strawberries 4 sprigs mint 3 sprigs tarragon 1 Remove rind from watermelon. Pom Apple A cleansing drink for those warm summer months, this juice is high in vitamins C and K and polyphenols. Heart disease, stroke, high cholesterol, cancer, arthritis, gout, thyroid, vision, skin, immunity, memory.

    Red Hot More than typical fall juice, root vegetables with a pop of chili adds an extra zing to your taste buds.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 beet beetroot 4 carrots 2 oranges sweet potato 1 chili pepper 1 Peel beet, sweet potato and oranges. Heart disease, stroke, high cholesterol, diabetes, cancer, arthritis, allergies, migraines, auto immune conditions, vision. Red Rush The rich red color in these vibrant fruits and veggies signals a wealth of nutrition tucked inside a deliciously balanced sweet juice. Heart disease, stroke, cancer, gout, thyroid, skin, memory, GI, liver.

    Red Sunrise A vibrant red color packed with nutrients and a simply sweet taste is an energizing start to your day. Ingredients Makes 2 servings head red cabbage 6 carrots 2 oranges 1 Peel oranges.

    Ruby Champagne An afternoon pick me up loaded with brain-boosting power and nitric oxide. Ingredients Makes 2 servings cantaloupe rockmelon 12 strawberries 1 orange 1 small handful mint 1 Remove rind from cantaloupe. Summer Lovin This juice offers a deliciously soft, sweet summer taste. The combination of blueberries and pomegranates makes this juice an antioxidant powerhouse.

    Stroke, cancer, arthritis, gout, allergies, vision, skin, immunity, memory. Ingredients Makes 2 servings head red cabbage 1 beet beetroot 2 carrots apple lemon 1 Peel beet and lemon. Draculas Dream Keep your heart strong and blood pumping with Draculas favorite red juice.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 2 beets beetroot 2 carrots 8 medium strawberries 7 leaves kale Tuscan cabbage 1 Peel beets. Hot Pink Pink isnt only for the girls. This juice is great for everyones heart, bones and brain. Heart disease, high cholesterol, cancer, osteoporosis, allergies, vision, skin, immunity, GI, liver Just Beet It A great source of potassium and electrolytes; bring this juice with you the next time you head to the gym.

    Mash Up Drink in the nutrients from seven different fruits and vegetables with a subtle, mellow flavor. Gout, migraine, liver, high blood pressure, cancer, skin disease, high cholesterol. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 beet beetroot 2 carrots 2 ribs celery lemon 1 orange 1 handful basil cucumber 1 Peel beet, lemon and orange.

    Pink Blush A revitalizing, sweet, and fragrant juice that is so satisfying it will make you blush. Ingredients Makes 2 servings medium watermelon 1 grapefruit 1 apple head red cabbage 1 Peel the grapefruit and remove rind from the watermelon. Cancer, arthritis, gout, migraines, skin, GI, liver. Purple Power Packing a powerful sweet punch, this juice is loaded with rich sources of vitamins A, C, B6 and folate in addition to essential minerals.

    Red Licorice Satisfy your craving for something sweet and keep your heart healthy with this powerful red potassium filled juice. Ingredients Makes 2 servings 1 fennel 2 beets beetroot 1 orange 1 Peel beets and orange.

    Sporty Spice Loaded with electrolytes, sodium, potassium, and magnesium, this juice is an excellent choice for those with active lifestyles.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 2 beets beetroot 1 carrot 3 ribs celery 1 lemon 1 orange 1 handful basil 1 Peel beets, lemon and orange.

    Sunrise Simple and sweet, the Sunrise Juice is a great way to start the day. The vibrant red color lets you know that the juice is packed with nutrients such as beta- carotene and vitamin C, and the sweet, tangy taste makes it pleasing to your taste buds.

    Ingredients Makes 2 servings 3 carrots 1 orange 1 beet beetroot 1 Peel beet and orange. Stroke, high cholesterol, cancer, allergies, thyroid, vision, liver. Salad Bowl Drink in your salad with this simple, subtle and sweet juice. Ingredients Makes 2 servings head red cabbage 1 orange 1 apple 4 leaves romaine 1 handful parsley 1 Peel orange. Heart disease, cancer, immunity, liver. The Watering Pineapple Sweet, thirst-quenching and refreshing is the perfect way to describe this juice.

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    Produce Juicing Guide Not sure what to do with those fruits, veggies and spices? Weve prepared a list of how to juice the most common ones, most of which youll find in the recipes in this book. Get creative and start experimenting with your juices! You can find more juice recipes at RebootwithJoe. Vegetables How to Prepare Asparagus Rinse the stalks carefully and push through juicer, putting the bottom of the stalk through first.

    Beets Beetroot Peel your beets before juicing them! This will avoid the earthy taste that many people complain about after juicing an unpeeled beet. Depending on the size of your beets, slice to fit your juicer shoot. Juice your beet greens, too! Bell Peppers Capsicum Rinse and remove the stem, but you can save time and forget removing the seeds its fine to juice them. Cut to size and juice. Broccoli After rinsing, juice it all, from the stalks to the head.

    Butter Lettuce Rinse leaves individually, checking for dirt and sand. No need to remove the stems. Roll the leaves up and run through your juicer. Leafy greens move through your juicer best when followed by a harder fruit or vegetable, like apples, celery or cucumbers.

    Cabbage Green and red cabbages are great for juicing. Be sure to select a cabbage head that is firm with crisp leaves. Cut the cabbage in quarters, or smaller if needed, so it easily fits into the juicer shoot. If you dont like the taste of beets, you can substitute red cabbage in any juice recipe that calls for beets. Carrots Rinse thoroughly before passing through the juicer and thats it!

    You can juice your carrots with the greens and skins still on. Celery Root Celeriac Wash carefully, as grit can get stuck in the nooks and crannies of this hearty root vegetable. As with beets, if you dont prefer an earthy taste, peel the celery root celeriac first. Cut to fit your juicer. Celery Rinse thoroughly and add entire celery stalk through the juicer even the leafy tops. Chard Silverbeet Rinse leaves individually, checking for dirt and sand.

    Leafy greens move best through your juicer when followed by a harder fruit or vegetable, like apples, celery or cucumbers. Chili Pepper Wash and juice.

    As you probably know, these are pretty spicy, so use with care! Remove seeds if you want a less spicy flavor. Collard Greens These are a great leafy green, and can be used if kale Tuscan cabbage isnt available.

    Wash the large leaves and roll up before juicing. Cucumbers Cut the cucumber in half and use it to help push greens through your juicer. No need to peel. Dandelion Greens Juice as you would any other green wash leaves and roll up. Push through with firmer produce. These have some bite to them, so use sparingly, or round off with a sweet and juicy fruit, like pineapple.

    Eggplant Eggplant is best for eating. Fennel Rinse and cut fennel to fit through the juicer. You might notice a slight flavor that reminds you of black licorice. Green Pepper Capsicum Rinse and remove the stem, but you can save time and forget removing the seeds its fine to juice them.

    Jalapeo Chili Pepper Wash and juice. Jicama Wash, slice, but dont peel jicama before adding it to your vegetable juicer.

    The jicama juice will contain nutrients that were near the skin even after the skins been pulped away. Kale Tuscan Use any kind lacinato, red, green, purple, curly, cabbage etc. And add the leafy green through your juicer after rinsing. Leeks Keep the root and the green part on the leek, and slice in half the long way.

    Gently separate and rinse between the layers. Check for dirt or sand hiding between the layers. Mustard Greens Juice these like you would any green but definitely choose a small amount of mustard greens.

    This potent green will give a very strong taste and adds lots of spice. It will literally warm your insides. Onions Go easy on these, as they can give your juices a super strong flavor.

    Some people prefer not to juice these at all. Peel papery skin and slice to fit your juicer, if needed. Onions are another one to start with a small amount, taste your juice, and add more if you like it. If eating raw onions bothers your stomach, you probably want to skip juicing them. Parsnips These are super easy, like carrots, especially if you have smaller or skinny ones.

    Just rinse and run through your juicer! If theyre larger, you may need to slice in half lengthwise. Use these to run greens through your juicer. Radishes Another easy one just rinse and run through your juicer. Leave the root and stem on, but remove the leaves if they have any. Watch out! These can spice up your juice in a flash, so add small amounts at a time. If youre feeling cold, adding these to your juice will warm you right up.

    Red Pepper Capsicum Rinse and remove the stem, but you can save time and forget removing the seeds its fine to juice them. Romaine Lettuce Rinse leaves individually, checking for dirt and sand. Scallions Just rinse and juice!

    No need to remove the roots or dark green parts because you can juice it all. These have a strong flavor, like onions, so start small.

    Spinach Wash well some bunches can have a lot of grit on them. Roll into a ball and run through your juicer using firm produce, like apples or carrots. Squash This goes for all squash varieties, including pumpkin and summer squash: If the skin is really tough and thick, you might want to peel it. Otherwise, slice and keep the seeds in you get those extra cancer-fighting chemicals by keeping in the seeds , and juice. Sugar Snap Peas Rinse and run through juicer.

    These dont have very high water content, so theyre not going to yield a lot of juice. Juice along with carrots to drink your peas and carrots! Sweet Peel and cut into chunks.

    Tomatoes Wash and remove stem and any leaves. If theyre large, you may need to slice to fit your juicer. No need to take out the seeds. Fresh tomato juice is worlds away from that canned stuff! Turnips Scrub and chop in chunks to fit your juicer. A great addition to a juice for cooler weather!

    Wheatgrass Some juicers are better at doing wheatgrass than others. If youre just doing a small amount, any kind of juicer should be able to handle it. If the juice is poured into a container while hot, it is cooled as quickly as possible. Packages that cannot stand heat require sterile conditions for filling.

    Chemicals such as hydrogen peroxide can be used to sterilize containers. Heat treatments sometimes fail to make a quality, microbiological stable products. In addition, the use of PEF results in minimal detrimental effects on the quality of the food. A juice or nectar including concentrate must state that it does.

    The term "juice drink" is not defined in the Regulations and can be used to describe any drink which includes juice, whatever the amount. A blend of fruit juice s with other ingredients, such as high-fructose corn syrup , is called a juice cocktail or juice drink. For example, most orange juice contains added ethyl butyrate to enhance flavor , vitamin C as ascorbic acid , and water if from concentrate.

    When fruit juice is too sour, acidic, or rich to consume, it may be diluted with water and sugar to create an -ade such as lemonade, limeade, cherryade, and orangeade. The 'ade' suffix may also refer to any sweetened, fruit-flavored drink, whether or not it actually contains any juice. Health effects Fresh fruit juices alongside the fruits used to prepare them Advertisers often urge parents to download juice for their children. Juices are often consumed for their perceived health benefits.

    For example, orange juice with natural or added vitamin C , folic acid , and potassium , [18] but may have added sugar, such as grape juice having as much or more sugar than soft drinks.

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