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Juice of the Week: Sweet Green Punch

This pleasant blend of vegetables and sweet apple helps purify the urinary tract and optimize kidney and liver function. An effective combination of natural diuretics, this juice is excellent for relieving fluid retention.

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Soup of the Week: Everyday Bean Chowder

Simple and nutritious, this is one of my favorite “feel better” soups- one I often make when someone isn’t feeling 100%. Like many soups and stews, this mellow, comforting recipe tastes even better after a day or two, becoming creamier and more flavorful with time.

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Juice of the Week: Cranberry Revival

This week’s juice is Wai Lana’s “Cranberry Revival”, a wonderful tangy juice which will help cleanse and rejuvenate your digestive and urinary tracts and help your body eliminate toxins and protect it from disease.

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Soup of the Week: Vegetable Pho

This impressive mountain of fresh herbs, veggies, noodles, and scrumptious caramelized tofu is a beautiful sight to behold- especially when presented as your dinner. Inspired by a traditional Vietnamese soup, this spectacular meal-in-itself is fun to assemble and quite easy to make.

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Mango Pudding

Two blocks from our house, there’s a local fruit stand that sells the most luscious mangoes I’ve ever tasted. From late May to September- a time my daughters refer to as Mango-Fest- we buy them nearly every day to make this dreamy pudding for dessert.

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Soup of the Week: Russian Sweet and Sour

Also known as schi, this Russian-inspired sweet and sour cabbage soup is a full-flavored, fuss-free homestyle recipe that’s super-easy, quick, and inexpensive to make. Tangy, unique, and satisfying, it feels like a special soup despite the everyday ingredients.

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Juice of the Week: Miss Scarlet

I always make this sweet, aromatic juice for my family during flu season. Packed with vitamin C and bioflavonoids, this recipe helps protect us from colds and viruses. It’s also a top-notch cancer-fighter.

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Soup of the Week: Moroccan Chikpea Chowder

My friend Diana has a knack for simple one-dish meals that offer a variety of pleasing textures, colors, and flavors. This recipe is a prime example. The smooth tomato broth is fragrant with sweet, mellow curry spices, while the minted couscous with luscious medjool dates creates a beautiful centerpiece. When making it as an appetizer,

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