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Magic Mango Juice
Magic Mango Juice Guru

Kids adore this delicious blend of sweet and tangy fruit with a slight kick from fresh ginger. Mangos are loaded with more than 20 different vitamins and minerals, including an abundance of provitamin A, carotenoids such as beta- and alpha-carotene, and vitamin C. Oranges are also an excellent source of vitamin C, and are great for bolstering children’s immune systems while providing antioxidant protection. Pears provide copper and vitamins C and K.

Watermelon Straight Up
Watermelon Straight Up Juice Guru

Watermelon juice is not only refreshingly sweet and delicious but also extremely nutritious. While the juicy red flesh of watermelon is loaded with vitamin C and the carotenoid lycopene, the white part of the rind (which we typically don’t eat) contains an incredible amount of phenolic antioxidants, flavonoids and more vitamin C. Juicing both the flesh and the white rind helps us get all those nutrients we normally might toss onto the compost pile.

The Good Bean Chips
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Chips made of beans give snacking a dose of nice

Culinary Lexicon: What are Ancient Grains?
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What’s old is new again as a whole crop of forgotten wheat varieties make a welcome comeback