Chocolate Beet Muffins Juice Pulp

Hey we are going to try this one out.  http://forbiddenriceblog.com/2013/02/05/chocolate-beet-pulp-muffins/ Makes about 14-16 small muffins Ingredients: 1 cup all-purpose flour ½ tsp. baking powder ½ cup unrefined cane sugar ½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder 3 oz. dark chocolate (70% cocoa) 2 tbsp. unsalted butter, melted ¼ cup unsweetened applesauce ½ cup plain yogurt ¼ cup milk

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Radish Juice

Radishes are the Susan Lucci of vegetables. Always in the running, but never awarded the superfood trophy. It’s time to give these little guys the recognition they deserve. For Your Consideration: -Radish soothes sore throats, eliminate excess mucus and clear sinuses . Basically, they should be your best friend when you are fighting a cold.

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Stop Hunger with juice

Stop Hunger with Juice Stop Hanger. Hangry: (han-gree) adj. A state of anger caused by lack of food, hunger causing a negative change in emotional state. Hanger is an ugly epidemic. Don’t fall victim. This meal/snack is quick & easy to make and avocado’s heart-healthy fats will keep you satisfied…..and more pleasant to be around

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Guest Blogger Crystal: My Favorite Cleanse

Spring and Summer are right around the corner! It’s beautiful outside today and I can’t wait for the warmer weather to arrive! Kicking your winter hibernation habits and getting back into pool party shape can be a difficult thing. A Roots Juices cleanse is the perfect “jump start.” Trying one of the many refreshing flavors would be

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The Best move to lose your belly fat

A note from Chris Hudson: “Spring break, pool parties, summer vacation…it’s all right around the corner which means it is flat belly time! Diet, cardio, and core work will get you started but there is one thing people always forget and something I’ve been telling my clients and students for years! You will NEVER have

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How Stress Messes With Your Stomach

The enteric nervous system, or the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, is often referred to as the “second brain.” That’s because much like your brain, the GI tract relies on the same types of neurons and neurotransmitters to complete specific functions, as well as maintain communication with the central nervous system. Have you ever noticed that fluctuations

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