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- n. the unfermented juice of squeezed cranberries, often mixed with water and a sweetener, used as a beverage.
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- n. the juice of cranberries (always diluted and sweetened)
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Because of its low sugar content, unsweetened cranberry juice is the only juice besides aloe, tomato, noni, or goji in small quantities that I recommend.
They’re so easy to make that you can make a pitcher of them at home, using unsweetened cranberry juice and lime seltzer, or make a modified version of it at your favorite restaurant or bar by ordering plain soda water and adding your own flavored liquid stevia, or stevia-sweetened herbal concentrates find them in dropper bottles at the health food store and keep one in your pocketbook.
Lemon juice reduces bloat and helps detox, cranberry juice flushes toxins, and pomegranate is full of antioxidants and energizers.