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Do you juice?

The beginning of the year can be a time of renewal, a time to realign ourselves with our own intentions of health and wholeness.

Throughout the year, especially during the holidays, it’s easy to get sidetracked. We forget the promises we made to ourselves.

But, with a new year comes an opportunity to make choices that nurture our health and leave us feeling energetic and alive.

For me, this means intending to eat more cleanly, especially after all of the holiday indulging.

The easiest path to clean eating is to consume more plant-based food. Fruits and vegetables are inherently detoxing and healing. They allow the body to do what it naturally does, more efficiently, without being overtaxed by processed foods, sugars, meat and dairy, which – in overabundance – can burden this normal process. Sylvia Fountaine, SR

Confession: Not only do I not "juice" I don't even know where my blender is and I sold my food processor at garage sale. Not in a hurry to buy a juicer, but many of my friends swear by the weird stuff they juice and drink

Do you juice?




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Cindy Hval
Cindy Hval is a freelance columnist for the Voices neighborhood sections. Her Front Porch column appears twice a month in the Thursday Voice.









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