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Rather than giving kids store-bought juices loaded with sugar and missing essential nutrients, use a high-powered blender to make whole-food juices at home. Use carrots, pineapple and a little water to make a sweet yet healthy juice that contains antioxidants and fiber.

Rather than giving kids store-bought juices loaded with sugar and missing essential nutrients, use a high-powered blender to make whole-food juices at home. Use carrots, pineapple and a little water to make a sweet yet healthy juice that contains antioxidants and fiber.

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