Beverages

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Beverages

Healthy Beverages from the pages of InnerSelf Magazine

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Papaya Orange Drink

Recipe for a cool, refreshing Papaya Orange Drink.

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Apricot Almond Orange Smoothie

Healthy recipe for Apricot Almond Orange Smoothie by Candia Lea Cole (from Super Smoothies)

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Frosty Apple Cinnamon Swirl Smoothie

Recipe for Frosty Apple Cinnamon Swirl Smoothie, by Candia Lea Cole from her book Super Smoothies.

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Hot Dulse Lemonade

This may sound bizarre, but Judith Cooper Madlener in the "Sea Vegetable Book" claims it's an old New England treatment for coughs and colds. That could well be, as many early Irish and Scottish settlers had eaten dulse "back home" and still enjoyed it in the New World.

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Healthy Beverage Recipes

Indes: Healthy beverage recipes to help you live healthier and longer!

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Spiced Tea (Chai) Recipe

The Indian chai masala has become very popular amongst Tibetans in the refugee communities, and is healthier in the Indian climate than the traditional buttered tea.

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Tropical Strawberry Smoothie

Recipe for a delightful tropical strawberry smoothie

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