6 Delicious Fruit and Vegetable Juice Blends

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When Cade and I first got married we had some good friends.  My friend had some major depression issues and some other chemical imbalances and many many people only saw her for her chemical imbalances.  

If they only had taken time to get to know the amazing girl that she is, their lives would have been forever blessed for having known her.  She is they type of person that would literally give you the shirt off her back if she knew it would help you.

She taught me a very important lesson that I will forever have in my heart.  Seek to see the good each person has to offer.  Nobody is perfect and if you truly seek and see them for the good that is within, you will see how truly beautiful they are.  Since then I look at the people in my life with that perspective.  Wouldn't the world be a wonderful place if everyone looked at each other in that light?  
"It takes at least a pound of vegetables to make a glass of juice," says Lauren Slayton, a registered dietitian in New York City. "So drinking juice is a very efficient way to consume more fruits and vegetables." Most of the bottled versions here contain both fruit and vegetable juices in varying proportions. Remember that fruit-heavy blends are packed with sugar and calories, so keep portions reasonable—say, a glass a day—and make sure to include whole fruits and vegetables in your diet as well.
6 new fruit and vegetable juice blends to try
Veggie juice neophytes can start off easy with this strawberry-and-peach-packed smoothie. It gets its green power from protein-rich spirulina and wheatgrass, known for its high concentration of antioxidants.

190 calories per 12-ounce serving.
$3 for 12 ounces; supermarkets
Carrots provide half the juice for this sunny mix, while orange, guava, and passion fruit make up the remainder. Substitute a glass for your morning OJ, and you'll get 260 percent of the recommended daily amount of vitamin A along with a hefty dose of vitamin C.

130 calories per eight-ounce serving.
$4.50 for 32 ounces; supermarkets
Purple carrots and sweet potatoes add an extra boost of beta-carotene to a base of cherry-and-plum juice. The result is exceptionally rich and fruity.

130 calories per eight-ounce serving.
$3 for 15.2 ounces; supermarkets
Go supergreen with this refreshing all-vegetable drink. Each 16-ounce bottle contains the juice from about two pounds of kale, celery, spinach, and cucumber.

50 calories per eight-ounce serving.
$4.50 for 16 ounces; Whole Foods
Think of this tomato-celery concoction as an updated version of V-8, with a jalapeño kick. It's perfect for a 5 o'clock drink (with or without a shot of vodka).

50 calories per eight-ounce serving.
$4 for 32 ounces; supermarkets

This raw blend of romaine, spinach, and cucumber has a lightly tart-sweet flavor from green apple and lemon juice—and an invigorating kick of ginger to combat afternoon energy slumps.

130 calories per 16-ounce serving.
$10 for 16 ounces; Whole Foods



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