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Synonyms for juice

Synonyms for juice

the liquid part that can be extracted from plant or animal tissue by squeezing or cooking

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Which variety is most preferred for the organic pineapple juice market?
As a treat to their first 100 customers, they offered a Buy-1, Take-1 promo on their milk tea and juices during the opening day.
"This replacement of empty calories from sugar with healthy sugarcane juice is indeed a ground-breaking innovation in the beverage segment.
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Tomatoes and their juice also provide a rich supply of lycopene, various other carotenoids, numerous phytochemicals, making them an effective treatment or supplement for numerous health conditions.
Standard fruit juices often are produced from concentrate, and may include added preservatives.
According to her, there is no positive correlation between fruit juice and health risks such as obesity, cancer, diabetes and dental decay.
Study showed that overweight individuals with metabolic syndrome who drank one to two servings of V8 100 percent vegetable juice as part of diet lost more weight compared to non-juice drinkers.
This is the first update of the AAP's recommendations on fruit juice consumption by infants and children since 2001.
Summary: Juice offers no nutritional benefits early in life, and can take the place of what babies really need
VANILLA SUNRISE SERVES 1OOml Eisberg Alcohol-Free Chardonnay Cubed ice Juice of 1/2 a lemon 1 tsp granulated sweetener 1 splash cranberry juice TO GARNISH: Strawberry Orange Slice METHOD: Add Eisberg Alcohol-Free Chardonnay to an ice-filled wine glass.
"Fresh juice is such a convenient way to add nutrients to your diet -- just throw a bottle in your purse or in your car.