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    This drink is delicious, has a slightly 'nutty' flavor and is good for improving the memory. It is especially rich in choline, one of the B vitamins that increases acetylcholine, a substance that is the message carrier of the brain. Recipe from Cherie Calbom.

    Recipe #327461

    Hollow out sun ripened melons, fill with fruit slush, and sip away! Adapted from BH&G magazine(July 1989). Cook time is freezing time.

    Recipe #325528

    Pretty, fizzy and tart! This non alcoholic drink is made by Joe Perrine, who bartends at Jack's Lounge in Louisville, Ky.

    Recipe #322795

    I love ginger beer! So when I found this I had to post it. I hope you enjoy! Ginger beer both tastes good and is good for you. Ginger root is high in vitamins K and B6 and also has magnesium. Ginger root is believed to relief symptoms of arthritis, motion sickness, nausea, gastrointestinal distress, and cold symptoms. Adapted from African Recipe Secrets. Liberia is in West Africa.

    Recipe #310515

    Creamy peanut butter gives the traditional hot chocolate a littel twist! Adapted from The Nut Gourmet Cookbook by Zel Allen.

    Recipe #306323

    I just love mango and this goes together so nicely! You can use fresh or frozen mango and fresh or canned pineapple. Adding a banana is good too and makes it a smoothie! UPDATE: Due to reviews I have changed the ingredient pineapple chunks to crushed pineapple to help eliminate stringiness. :)

    Recipe #303968

    I make this smoothie almost everyday to get my fruit and vitamins!

    Recipe #303554

    I just bought some Angostura bitters and this recipe was on the back of the bottle. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #302905

    I just bought some roasted carob powder, and this recipe was on the back of the can. A great alternative to chocolate.!

    Recipe #300053

    A delightful icy drink that will please the senses. I grew up in south Florida with no air conditioning. Enough said about that! Love this stuff!

    Recipe #298002

    A lightened up version of WI Cheesehead's Recipe#280094 made for the Make It Healthier Game. Enjoy!

    Recipe #294934

    This is a little different, in that you mix the berries and place in the bottom of your glass, then pour the yogurt blend over the top, mixing ever so gently. Enjoy! Adapted from Good Cooking with Jill Dupleix.

    Recipe #293979

    Start your day with this honey hydrator! It's like a sports drink, but healthy! It will give you energy to face the day.

    Recipe #292469

    The recipezaar computer will not allow me to put ginseng in the ingredients, so I slipped it in. Ginseng benefits the mind and body as an energy booster. Ginseng is a long term tonic, not a quick acting one. WARNING: If you have high blood pressure, do not drink this tea! Ginseng is also known to supress pain and improve memory!

    Recipe #285889

    A cozy drink with a little spice-ginger, a little kick-lemon, and a little soothing-honey! This drink is good cold too! This drink is excellent as an expectorant tea and/or a sore throat soother. Even if you aren't under the weather, this warming beverage will make you feel restored and comfy! Adapted from Growing 101 Herbs That Heal by Tammi Hartung.

    Recipe #277516

    I hear that the French sip this tea for pure pleasure, but it is also soothingly healing for sore throats, upper respiratory troubles, and tummy bugs. This recipe calls for only one herbal ingredient, and you probably have it in your kitchen pantry. As you sip your drink, take a moment to think of cozy French farmhouses surrounded by fields just beginning to thaw after the long cold winter. Oh, for the simple life..... French Tart, I am thinking of you! Adapted from Cait Johnson, Assistant Producer, Care2 Healthy Living Channels.

    Recipe #277520

    A cousin to the Virgin Mary, this has red bell peppers. Add a pinch of cayenne for a kick. Awesome with Sunday brunch! Get healthy! Adapted from The Balanced Plate by Renee Loux. Enjoy! The debate rages on about the Bloody Mary's origin. Many credit a bartender at Harry's New York Bar -- which ironically was in Paris -- with the drink's creation in the 1920s. However, bars from New York to Chicago to West Palm Beach lay some sort of claim. Most say the drink was named after Queen Mary I, who was called "Bloody Mary" in the 1500s due to her penchant for burning Protestants at the stake; others claim it was named after a girl named Mary who tried the drink and spilled some on her dress. Perhaps nobody wanted to settle the debate because it could have been -- you knew this was coming -- bloody. Update: After reading a review, I have made a few additions to the recipe.

    Recipe #275278

    Taken from the book The Balanced Plate by Renee Loux. This is what she says,"This homemade version of expensive tincture formulas sold in natural food stores has quite a kick! It stimulates circulation and really stands up to an assault on the immune system."

    Recipe #275246

    A really yummy syrup that can be used for a great drink! Adapted from Bon Appetit magazine(May 2006). Suggested uses for syrup:Place chopped mango or lime along with some mint in a glass. Muddle (mash), add ginger spice syrup, top with club soda or/and drink of choice. For a party, put out bowls of blueberries, chopped kiwi and pineapples, strawberries, etc. Have fun!

    Recipe #271638

    A delicious base for all kinds of drinks! Place chopped pineapple or lemon along with some mint in a glass. Muddle (mash), add citrus spice syrup, top with club soda or/and drink of choice. For a party, put out bowls of blueberries, chopped kiwi and mangoes, strawberries, etc. Have fun! Adapted from Bon Appetit magazine( May 2006)

    Recipe #271651

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