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Juice

In futures trading, the maintenance margin a trader must keep in an account in order to be able to keep a position open.
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The term "juicing" refers to juice extraction from fruits and vegetables, but not all juices are created equal, and many are not 100 percent juice.
" Cold-press juicing, on the other hand, is a two-step process: You masticate all of the fruits and veggies, and then they are pressed in cloth and the juices are very gently extracted," she explains.
On the other hand, Balzer says, there is real interest in at-home juicing. "It plays there," he says, noting that at-home juicing reflects other trends in at-home beverage-making equipment, such as high-end coffee and espresso makers and soda machines.
"The intense interest around juicing is concerning," said Cassie Bjork, a registered dietitian (www.dietitiancassie.com).
“Our Raw Juice Bar stores are enjoying more repeat customers because a whole new audience has been introduced to the idea of juicing. By expanding the Raw Juice Bar throughout all of our markets, Juice It Up!
Tart cherry juice is made by juicing Montmorency cherries--which contain high amounts of antioxidants, vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, iron and folate--along with melatonin.
Juicing will provide your body with optimum energy, help detoxify it of pollutants and strengthen your immunity to disease.
And as with any small electric product, cookbooks about juicing will help you get the most from your machine.
They come from Juicing for Health by Caroline Wheater (Thorsons pounds 6.99):