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Healthy Hydration with Juice Press

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As the sweltering summer months kick into high gear, staying hydrated is paramount. Whether you’re relaxing on the beach, or burning up a sweat on the playing fields, renowned cold-pressed juice, clean grab-and-go food, and smoothie company, Juice Press, has you covered with options designed to hydrate (minus the chemicals and sugars found in other sports drinks). Read More »

The Good, The Bad and The Breakfast

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When your morning routine involves not only preparing yourself for the day but your family as well it can make the mornings hectic and rushed. Sometimes it might even be hard to get your kids to eat breakfast and the easy way out is to just hand them a piece of toast or a glass of juice and rush out the door. However breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day and making sure your children eat breakfast is not only vital for their health but it also affects their learning ability. Read More »

Can Peanut Allergies Be Prevented?

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Peanut allergies have become a serious affliction for a rising number of children in recent years, requiring homes, school and even airlines to remove any peanut-related food items from their cupboards and menus, as accidental consumption of peanuts – or even just a sniff - can often be fatal. While EpiPens have infiltrated thousands of kids’ backpacks and family emergency kits, things may be taking a turn for the better. Read More »

Move Over Coconut Water – There’s a New Drink Trending (And You Can Harvest It Yourself)!

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The humble coconut has undoubtedly had its fifteen minutes of fame – having gone from an exotic tropical treat you slurp on the white sand beaches of the Bahamas, to a pricey beverage consumed in the name of clean eating. It’s not surprising that the market for this super-drink has raked in $1 billion, turning it into quite the burgeoning industry over the years. But coconut water may soon be on the back burner once birch sap hits the market. Read More »