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    This is a super rich indulgence that is very much like the middle of an apple pie. A great recipe for those apples that are sitting in your fridge that nobody wants to eat. Prep time includes time to peel the apples by hand (but you don't have to peel them if you don't want to). Enjoy!

    Recipe #253442

    (LFRV compliant!) This is a great anytime a day drink however this is perfect as a before dinner smoothie as it contains digestive enzymes. Bromelain, an enzyme in pineapple, breaks down cholesterol in the blood and reduces inflammation in the blood and tissues. Bromelain also eliminates muscle, joint, and headache pain and also helps break down fats. Papain, an enzyme in papaya, breaks down protein molecules in the blood, reducing inflammation that is linked to allergies or pain. Papain even attacks a protein on the coating of cancer cells which helps eliminate this threat.

    Recipe #429535

    (LFRV) This is a quick delicious way to get some greens in and ensure all the iron is absorbed properly thanks to the Vit C in the mangoes. The spinach amount is a starting point and you can always increase it if your tastebuds will allow. You can also switch the water out for coconut water if that's something you do. ENJOY!

    Recipe #433777

    This is a basic smoothie recipe. It's what I use in the winter when fresh fruit is more expensive. Try adding some healthy extras like flax seeds, parsley, ginger, beets, etc.

    Recipe #347782

    Another recipe from the internet, it's said to be one fantastic green smoothie! Zaar does not recognize one of the FIVE ingredients to be included in this recipe, so here it is -- One Aloe Vera leaf, filleted!

    Recipe #327985

    From Jack LaLanne's Power Juicer book for use with a juicer.

    Recipe #329465

    A wonderful replacement for breakfast or lunch if you are in a hurry

    Recipe #21661

    From his anti-aging show on Oprah. I originally posted it as given on Oprah's show, but updated it with information from her website. Original posting: * 4 stalks celery * 1 cucumber * 1 cup spinach * 1 lemon, juice of * 1 lime, juice of * 1 large apple * 1/2 inch piece fresh ginger (peeled)

    Recipe #263850

    Quick and easy on a warm summers day.

    Recipe #318104

    From the South Beach Diet book. Frozen strawberries work like ice cubes to thicken and chill this shake.

    Recipe #438046

    This recipe is more about the method than the ingredients. If you don't already like green tea, this will not change your mind! I found it on several different websites including wikihow, but I am not sure where it originally came from. I use "London Fruit&Herb Company-Green Tea and Raspberry" for my tea. *Note prep time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #313567

    A beverage recipe found (& then tweaked) in the Southern Living Summer Grilling 2009 cookbook. Very nice for those of us who enjoy sweet fruity iced tea.

    Recipe #458903

    157 Reviews |  By Bev

    We love this Sangria and I hope you enjoy it, too! I found this recipe in the September, 2001 issue of Bon Appetit. It comes from the Malaga Tapas & Bar in Austin, TX.Prep time includes standing time.

    Recipe #46365


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