Juicing for your kids is an excellent way to include and increase many immune-boosting and brain-boosting nutrients into one fun cup. The great thing about juicing for the kids — you can sneak a few vegetables that many kids may not like, such as the greens or cabbage family vegetables, into any fruit based juices. These can be easily hidden amongst fruit, as the flavour of these vegetables tends to be milder than the stronger flavoured fruit. In Australia it is getting colder and the days are getting shorter. Many colds and flus are out and about at the moment, and juicing can be an excellent way to include easily absorbed nutrients and anti-oxidants that your kids may not feel like eating when they are not 100% well. Adding a little lemon and raw honey to any fresh juice is also an excellent addition when your kids are not well.
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